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Let It Go

Rally 12

Released on October 21, 2008

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Following the lead of New England greats like the Queers and the Leftovers come Portsmouth New Hampshire's Guts. Singer/guitarist Geoff Useless writes the songs while bassist/singer Nate Doyle holds down the rhythm section with drummer Rick Orcut. Recorded at Smart Studios by Justin Perkins with production help and guest vocals from Ben Weasel, the tunes on "Let It Go" combine melody, aggression and a sense of urgency in a way that every pop punk band aims for but so few nail - The Guts' take the direct, honest approach to playing music that is so often lacking in the fashion conscious punk bands on the magazine covers. They aren't very pretty and they don't move in all the right circles but they know how to write a kick-ass tune and remind you that after all the hype has died down and all the bells and whistles cease to amuse, there's still nothing like a good old-fashioned kick-ass punk rock band.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Blackout  8%
2 Let It Go  0%
3 Cigarettes And Valentines Voted #2  17%
4 Do What You Do Voted #1  19%
5 Crazy  11%
6 She's Gone Voted #3  14%
7 The Reason  8%
8 Heartbreaker  14%
9 Cold Sweat  0%
10 Always And Forever W/ Halie Bullit  3%
11 Don't Wanna Be  0%
12 Invisible Guy  0%
13 Love Love Love W/ Ben Weasel  6%
14 Down The Drain  0%
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Bill from Kennesaw, GA 
Jul 18 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good CD. The Guts are probably one of the best bands to carry on the pop punk torch in the same vein Of The Queers and Screeching Weasel. In fact, it boasts an excellent cover of The Queers' "Love, Love" Love" which is sung by Mr. Ben Weasel himself. The best songs are the ultra-catchy "Heartbreaker", "Always And Forever" w/Hallie Unlovable and "Blackout". Definitely recommended for any fan of pop punk.

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Mike from Yellowknife, NT Canada 
Jan 4 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Buy this album now!! It album pretty much rocks from beginning to end, you will not be disappointed.

Yo Guts, come to Canada!

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Lisa from Gaithersburg, MD 
Dec 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

let me start off by saying, The Guts rawk!!! having waiting for this cd ever since i heard of them which was back in like May or soemthing of this year, i couldnt wait to have 'Heartbreaker" playing in my ears 24/7. but then they released some more songs on their myspace, and over the summer i eventually got "Sometimes You Just Cant Win". very good album, but my only question was, when was "Let It Go" coming out? probably one of my personally most anticipated albums of 2008, and quite possibly my favorite! from the fast and furious catchy opening song "Blackout" to the still fast and catchy song "Down The Drain" these guys can rock! and the Guts and Ben Weasel do a mean good cover of the classic song by The Queers "Love Love Love". "Do What You Do" sounds even more catchier and upbeat than the live version ive got from Insubordination Fest, and someother songs i was dying to get my hands on were "Cigarettes & Valentines", "She's Gone (my friend is obssesed with this song), and "Let It Go". but the rest of the album doesnt dissapoint, and the only thing i have left to do is see these guys live, so hopefully thats soon!

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