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New Brains For Everyone

Thick THK123

Released on May 8, 2007

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Hailing from the mid-sized, semi-urbanized community of Elgin , Illinois, roughly an hour due Northwest of Chicago, The Brokedowns are an essential milestone for the contemporary punk purist. Forty years after the genre's inception, while countless individuals, crews, and pseudo-bands, are reveling in outdated retrogressive fashions, sounds, and cries of unconvincing angst, these four lads hold it down proper: genuine, aggro, and gritty, with a solid sense of humor to boot. Loosely founded around fast, overdriven, gravely, pop-inclined fist pumping anthems, The Brokedowns play off of a format that when done right (a rarity that they enable us to celebrate) is irresistible.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Brains Voted #2  17%
2 Whos Stabbed Sean Spencer?  11%
3 Pro-Gear, Pro-Attitude, Pro-Results  0%
4 We Are Billionaires  0%
5 Year Of The Hydra Voted #3  17%
6 Huge  0%
7 The S.A,R.S. Groove  0%
8 We Don't Buy Nothing (We Buy Everything!)  6%
9 Barefeet  0%
10 Sinking Century  0%
11 Space Babies Voted #1  33%
12 Coke Mule Blues  17%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 15 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I never thought I would hear a band that sounds like a cross between Dillinger Four and Danzig (creepy aspects of Danzig, not the vocals). Good stuff and I bet they are amazing live too. Check this out!

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