International Language Of Love
(Apers, TwentyYearOlds, Zatopeks, 20 Belows)
Whoa Oh 104
Released on April 8, 2003
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Zatopeks - Buddy Holly's Grand Children. Ramonesy pop punk with smoothed out vocals from the UK. Catchy tunes with a 50's rock and roll edge. Four songs about deaf girls, cities in Europe and science fiction.
The 20 Belows - Sweet, harmonious infectious songs about girls. "This band from Denmark steals the show here, dishing out four fast, giddy, cartoonish bubblebum punk tunes that you should LOVE if you’ve got any taste at all. The Kung Fu Monkeys mating with Screeching Weasel? Perhaps! Cute, sappy, and oh-so-fucking catchy, these songs will remind you of why you started listening to pop-punk in the first place. KILLER!!!!" Says Josh Rutledge of Now Wave on line zine.
The Apers - If you don't know these guys by now it's time to step out of your cave. These rule the school when it comes to catchy up beat pop punk. The best band in the Netherlands shines through with 4 exclusive tracks.
TWENTYYEARSOLD - "Early Connie Dungs style tuneage by the way of Spain. Snotty, tight, catchy songs that follow the formula to a T but don’t seem like mere puked-up rehash. Nothing groundbreaking, but pleasingly reminiscent of the glory days of Mutant Pop Records." Josh Rutledge of Now Wave. Think Green Day with killer spanish accents.