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Street Brats

See You At The Bottom

Full Breach Kicks 5

Released on December 6, 2005

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Three words come to mind when describing Chicago’s own Street Brats’ new album: explosive Explosive EXPLOSIVE!!! This is the album the punk rock world needs to hear, the album that defies any punk rock genre, the album that makes you want to sing and dance in front of the mirror to. This is the album you get ready for your big date to, the album that should be the soundtrack to the movie you take your date too, and the album you take your date home and fuck to. Are we getting the point across yet? Reviewers couldn’t put the Street Brats last 7” into any specific punk category, and damn did they try, and damn will they have a harder time with this one. Slaughter And The Dogs, The Boys, Ramones, Vibrators, whatever! Power pop, pop punk, glam, street punk, we’ll just say punk rock! This is the Street Brats’ answer to “Mommy’s Little Monster” and to “Rocket to Russia” and even to “God Save the Queen!” In our (humble) opinion, “See You at the Bottom....” is going to be one of the most powerful and exciting releases Full Breach Kicks will ever do and we’re sure will be one of the great punk rock albums of the decade.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Seventy-Seven Fallen Angels  4%
2 We're Alright Voted #3  10%
3 Destination Nowhere Voted #1  25%
4 North Side Story  8%
5 Southbound  8%
6 Your Future  8%
7 I Remember  4%
8 Mind Control Voted #2  21%
9 Born Rejected  6%
10 Lean On Me (One Life On Love)  6%
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Donna from Ventura, CA 
Mar 9 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is Amanda not Donna. The first three songs are the best. But this doesn't sound at all like Dead End Kids. Well, I only liked a couple songs on there though anyway......same here.......I could've lived without this really.....didn't miss much. I don't know, not really my thing.

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Chris from Waldport, OR 
May 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I liked this album! It has some catchy riffs and vocals! Some little minor things I didnt like about the guitar, but over all its really awesome! 'We're alright' 'Destination nowhere' and 'Mind control' are really good songs! I found it fun to listen to, high energy, and defiantly worth the money!

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Chris from Savannah, TN 
Apr 18 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

THis is an ok cd.its pretty good 77 style punk.some good catchy lyrics an should buy it,you might like it.

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Jimmy from Lafayette, LA 
Mar 27 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a really great cd! its fresh new punk but it still has a strong street underground influence. most notable tracks are mind control and destination nowhere.

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Jared from Houston, TX 
Mar 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really liked this CD. The tracks are very catchy. The singer pulls off a pretty good Paul Westerberg, which is a good thing in my opinion. Buy it!

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Will from Mc Cloud, CA 
Jan 30 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I think that this cd is pretty good. it is fast and has a good sound to it.the only song I did not like was the remake of LEAN ON ME, other than that I liked it. If you like any kind of punk (not emo) than you would probably enjoy the street brats.

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Angela from Galway, Ireland 
Jan 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is mike not angelaThis is an excellent record, From start to finish its great fast anthemic catchy choruses with great lyrics. Great cd,No filler tracks,Get it!

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