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“The year is 2069. Human civilisation has been razed to the ground by nuclear fallout, leaving earth a mere relic of its former self. The once fertile and bustling lands of our planet are now consigned to the memories of the last remaining survivors, who themselves are struggling for air to breathe.”

“An undecipherable echo becomes a distant rumbling, to which the survivors turn their hopeless attention. A crash is heard close by, and a bright light penetrates the smog. An arched door to a highly sophisticated flying structure opens, and music fills the vacuum of silence. This music becomes louder and more triumphant as four beings emerge.”

“IT’S SUUUUPERRRRRR-GAAAANGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!”

*earth gets saved*

This is the tongue-in-cheek context in which the boys from Blah Records imagine their new album being played. Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Sniff, and Sumgii have joined forces to become Supergang, producing this self-assured alternative hip-hop album in the process.

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