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Sex Objects

BYO 98

Released on June 29, 2004


They combine influences from late 70s English punk, early 80s LA stuff with a little bit of early NYC for good measure. There was so much great music around in the late 0s states the bands lead singer, Steve E. Nix. It was fun and imaginative and had aggression, he adds.

These guys have been exhausting audiences with their manic live engergy since the start of the millennium, building a loyal following by playing nonstop and connecting with their growing fan base.

Sex Objects is their 3rd full length release and shows the maturity and precision song-writing, that can only come with the hard work and experience that this band has produced. This one is destined to be a classic!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Orange Alert Voted #2  18%
2 Halfsize Girl  4%
3 Destroy The USA Voted #1  21%
4 Ephedrine Blue  5%
5 So Stupid  3%
6 Sex Objects Voted #3  12%
7 Killed By Ants  4%
8 No More Presidents  5%
9 Shoplifting At Macys  6%
10 Mystery Pill  5%
11 Sally I Can't Go To The Beach  6%
12 Antisocial  3%
13 Vitamin Bomb  4%
14 Lifestyles Of The Truly Lazy  3%
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Anders from Hönö, Sweden 
Apr 11 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It took me over three months to get this record, but it was worth waiting for. The Briefs is a great punkband and even if this is not their best, it's still so much better than all the emo-crap and MTV-punk out there. Pogo you fuckers!

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Heather from Olympia, WA 
Feb 1 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Who doesn't love The Briefs? I mean seriously, they are such an incredible band that has always had something about them that made them just a little different. Not only do they never dissapoint with their releases, but they also put on one hell of a live show. I bought this on cd finally last year and decided I should just review it! Get this and all their other releases.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Nov 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Briefs are hot shit, plenty of fast and fun songs that fit the Ramones-core (you can make anything a "core" these days) definition but also has somewhat of a retro UK punk type sound to it, despite them being from Seattle, WA. So yeah, despite what others here may say in these reviews, this is my favorite Briefs record out of all of them. There are so many great songs on here with witty lyrics.

Orange Alert has to be one of the catchiest songs I've heard in a long time, I dare you not to sing along to it every time you listen to it. No More Presidents and Destroy the USA are fitting political rants full of energy. Sex Objects and Shoplifting at Macy's are more on the humorous side. Ephedrine Blue and Antisocial are also great tunes with some damn catchy choruses. This is such a great album, the Briefs should be a household name by now. Do yourself a favor and buy this now if you don't own it yet and prepare to enjoy!!!

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Andrew from Willowick, OH 
Jun 20 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I like the Briefs, but this CD didn't make me want to keep listening. I love 'Destroy The USA' though. But none of the other songs got me too excited. A decent CD though. Just not up to par with previous releases if you ask me. Ok.

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Tom from Jersey City, NJ 
May 10 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This was a sleeper. I didn't care much for it at first, but it grew on me. It's got that kind of Brit garage rock sound but with the message and positive attitude of punk rock. Give it a try, you'll be surprised.


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Greg from Lenoir, NC 
Feb 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This C.D. is quite good. It is like a lot of other street punk records, but is different in the fact that it is fresh and the music is not always cluttered. Almost like pop-punk but with a street edge. Great fucking record. GET THIS a.s.a.p.

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Josh from Pittsfield, MA 
Dec 23 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A spunky, 70's and 80's style punk record; if Bad Brains liked New Wave, and wrote snotty lyrics about things ranging towards hatred of the government (Destroy the USA) and being killed by ants (Killed By Ants). Ranging from straightforwards punk to more poppy tracks, it's a very catchy, if a little repetitive, record, with well written guitar and bass hooks and riffs.

I love the audacity of this band...inside the CD case, the phone numbers of the band members are listed. The style and design of the actual case is very 'Give 'em enough rope'-esque, and has the DIY cut-and-paste thing going on. On the whole, it's well produced eye-candy for an above average record.

Stand-out tracks: Orange Alert, Destroy the USA, No More Presidents, Shoplifting At Macy's (this song could have been written by the Clash)

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Chris from Nesconset, NY 
Dec 20 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Once again the Briefs have decided to rise out from deep within the obscure confines of the underground music scene which has served as their home for the last few years. In doing so they've managed to release yet another record that follows in the same footsteps as "Hit after Hit," and "Off the Charts." "Sex Objects," is the band's third full-length album and although it doesn't stand out as much as it's predecessors it is still a great record that any Briefs fan shouldn't be w/out. The record offers fast and snotty vocals that compliment favorite anthematic numbers like, "Destroy the USA," and "Shoplifting at Macy's." New-comers should definately consider purchasing earlier Briefs releases before getting cozy with "Sex Objects." In the end, remember to-POGO YOU MOTHER-FUCKERS!!!

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Lauren from Chico, CA 
Sep 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Love them!!! cant get enough!! The only thing it lacks is "I think my baby is a communist". Dose anyone know were i can find that? But anyway this cd kicks ass and you should all have one or maybe five.

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Matt from Desoto, MO 
Sep 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've read some bad reviews about this one, so I was reluctant to buy it. WTF are you mouth-breathers talking about? This is a great record! It's faster, more consistent, and more politically charged than "Off The Charts". Listening to the record, you would never know the Briefs changed labels for this. It still sounds like the Briefs. Loud, fast & warped fun. Yes, Steve E. Nix sings with a silly English accent, but he also apparently writes the best tunes. I can't wait to see 'em live again. This is a band that has really come into its own. Clearly one of the best punk bands around.

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