Dumps Luck sounds like a gravelly version of what once was pop punk like if someone took a CD of a pop punk band and then backed over it with a pick up truck. They have a catchiness buried under a thick coating of grit, grim, and sound from the gutter. Under the sludge there's an enthusiasm to the whole CD that is infectious, and also a slight sarcasm that was once a standard for bands of this genre. "I hate myself but I don't want to die," declares a self-loathing yet funny at the same time. Dumps have got something here drawing inspiration from all things good from Jeff Ott, especially Crimpshrine and Fifteen.
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Trevor from Bloomington, MN
Jun 7 2008
this cd is soooo fucking good. really. pop punk is the shit! pets is a fucking amazing song, and ex brothers and ex lovers as well, but this whole thing jsut makes you wanna be moving around a basement drunk as hell with your friends. its that good. oh and it also makes you wanna cough(the singers voice is DEEP as fuck)