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Signal Lost

Children Of The Wasteland

Prank 68

Released on June 15, 2004

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SIGNAL LOST brandish a raw guitar attack and passionate female vocals, playing catchy mid tempo hardcore punk rock with heavy emphasis on songs as opposed to over the top thrash bludgeoning. Akin to The MOB, ZOUNDS and other UK Peace punk, the anthems of the best of Polish Punk like DEZERTER or POST REGIMENT or even like later era ARTICLES OF FAITH or PROLETARIAT, SIGNAL LOST carry the rich legacy of Texas Punk a step further with a sound that riffs off of familiar elements but has it's own distinct identity. Guitarist Stan played guitar in Memphis's DEATHREAT who released numerous records on both Prank and the Partners In Crime records, as well as the criminally underrated and prolific New York City band BALANCE OF TERROR. The raw guitar sound of those bands remains, but the tempo slows to allow the melodic framework of the songs to shine. Recorded at Jackpot studios in Portland ( ELLIOTT SMITH, SLEATER KINNEY) by Larry Crane ( Tape op Magazine), Children of the Wasteland is a unique record, different than your typical Prank release and a unique addition to the Prank family of bands.

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Rodney from N. San Juan, CA 
Jun 9 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this album is pretty good. the singer, she's got an amazing voice, quite the range. at times, it sounds like the songs are still comming into fruition, but there is also very strong songwritting here as well. their new 7" really shows what this band is capable of doing.

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Sean from Phoenix, AZ 
Mar 15 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

uhh... i got this because MMR interviewed them and kissed their asses so much i figured i'd atleast check them out... and...um... they really kinda suck. It's not that their lyrics suck cuz they're actually really good, but they sound like the peace punk equivalent of AFI and that is just not a good thing. i'll spare it a 1 rating cuz the lyrics were pretty good.




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