Never Again (Discharge EP)
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For the 1984 compilation by this band, see Never Again (Discharge album).
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|EP by Discharge|
The cover features an infamous photograph of a dove impaled on a dagger. It is a work by John Heartfield from 1932 entitled "The Meaning Of Geneva, Where Capital Lives, There Can Be No Peace".
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