|Origin||Southern California, United States|
|Labels||Green Boy Music, Cargo Music/Tackle Box, Saint Thomas Records|
|Members||Rev. Sean (vocals)|
Antonio Val Hernandez (drums)
|Past members||Ed (guitar)|
Litmus Green are an American hardcore punk band from Southern California, United States, who played from 1991-2002 and 2009–2017. They play short, fast political themed songs.  They were featured in the award winning documentary The Decline of Western Civilization III.  They played their "last" show together on October 26, 2002 before reuniting in 2009.
Mother Fuckin' Messiah
Circle That A (1995)
Do You Fear Something? (1996)
It Must Suck to Be You (1998)
More Than Animals (2015)
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