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Armed n Dangerous

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  1. was an American thrash metal band formed in late 1988 in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, by pop singer, composer, producer Khanoda “Gus” Squillace and bassist and composer E. Patrick

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  2. also referred to as A n D

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  3. A n D’s members were Brandon Rafferty on vocals and lead guitar, Mark Kolczhec on guitars, E. Patrick on bass, and Khanoda on drums

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  4. released one album titled SCUM on January 24, 1989 (see 1989 in music)

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  5. Although Khanoda wasn't the vocalist for the band, he wrote or co-wrote the songs for the album

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