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Lost In Society Released A New LP At Asbury Lanes On Friday; Or A Booger Sugar Sighting

Chris Rotolo June 26, 2012 Live No Comments

On Friday evening Asbury’s own Lost In Society released its greatly anticipated sophomore full-length LP Let It Sail into the wild alongside Altercation Records label mates Two Fisted Law, The Scandals, and local solo artist Chris Brown.  Many believe the Lakehouse Music-produced record to be the one that breaks this outfit as its flame-licked and abrasive exterior ties the knot with melodious verses and haunting refrains that dig their hooks in deep.  The three-man Punk outfit ran through 14-songs including several cuts from the new record such as “Not Alone,” “Coming Back,” and the fan favorite “Halloween Song,” as well as a cover of the Marcy Playground hit “Sex And Candy,” and setlist closers “Not Afraid” and “Too Late Too Fast.”

When the final chords were slashed, the members of Lost In Society walked off stage warning patrons not to leave, only to return in moments later alongside Jimmy “Fuckin” Franklin and Kitty Blacktop (aka Sam Maynard of Blacktop Kids) as the Hair-Metal collective Booger Sugar, performing such classic tunes as the Scorpions’ “Rock You Like A Hurrican,” Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” and Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love A Bad Name.”

Check out some videos and photos below and be sure to scope out Lost In Society on this year’s Warped Tour with the likes of Streetlight Manifesto, All Time Low, Bayside, Emily’s Army, Senses Fail, Taking Back Sunday, Polar Bear Club, and more…The Warped Tour rolls through PNC Bank Arts Center on July 13th.  Tickets available here.

Not Alone
Need You
Coming Back
Halloween Song
My Door
Not My Day
Too Late Too Fast
Not Afraid
-As Booger Sugar
Rock You Like A Hurricane
We’re Not Gonna Take It
You Give Love A Bad Name

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Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May of 2011 with a Bachelors Degree in both Journalism/Professional Writing and Communication Studies. He's held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet’s Arts & Entertainment section as well as Consequence of Sound (http://consequenceofsound.net).

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