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How Fucked Up became a popular hardcore band by not being a hardcore band at all 

Before Fucked Up launched into "Police" at their sold-out record release show for their new Glass Boys in Manhattan's Bowery Ballroom last month, frontman Damian "Pink Eyes" Abraham barked a monologue that probably didn't mean much to most of the crowd. "This…

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