Yet another gem to come out of Chicago’s Atlas Studios (Alkaline Trio, The Menzingers, Dead To Me, etc) and long-time Copyright’s fans will notice more instrumentation, experimentation, and added bells and whistles on this latest offering. But the nerds and die-hards need not fear, these are still the same pop-punk heroes we’ve come to rely on for big choruses, bigger hooks, and keen lyrics. This album—quite possibly their best yet—is the one that you bring along with you to that hypothetical deserted island... “North Sentinel Island” that is! *GONG*
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Chris from Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 14 2012
North Sentinel Island is definitely a different sounding Copyrights cd than their past efforts. However, it's not really too much different because i can't exactly point out what makes it sound so different. The songs seem maybe a little more "mature" and have less of a punk sound........Even though it's still an undeniably punk record similar to Teenage Bottlerocket and those bands (which i'm not too keen on). But i've always like The Copyrights. I really enjoy this album and i think it just goes to show that out of all the crop of bands on Red Scare and other labels reviving this sound, they've probably got the most depth. Old Copyrights fans should like this and fans of pop-punk shall rejoice!
Tyler from Peoria Heights, IL
Nov 13 2011
Other solid album by the Copyrights. It's a little different than their other stuff, but they still maintain their sound. It's a good cd.
Andrew from Mount Forest, ON Canada
Aug 29 2011
This record is a beautiful display of how this band has grown and will continue to grow. Really well put together and still true to the original idea that is "The Copyrights".