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Our Rebellion Has Just Begun

Punk Core 28

Released on August 26, 2003

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Hot on the heels of their self-released instant classic "Who's Gonna Die" EP, THE HAVOC have come to leave their mark on the punk rock world with their pulverizing debut album! The latest great addition to the Punk Core family, THE HAVOC bring something fresh to the roster with their relentless hooks and snarling dual vocals. Add a dash of older influences such as GBH and the DESTRUCTORS and some newer influences such as THE UNSEEN and DEFIANCE and you've got PURE PUNK ROCK! Just what the doctor ordered.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 24 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Death Comes Fast Voted #2  13%
2 Nothing To Prove  4%
3 Live Or Die  9%
4 We're All To Blame  4%
5 Worthless Words  3%
6 Selective Service Voted #1  28%
7 More Than This  4%
8 No Escape Voted #3  13%
9 Never Say Never  5%
10 Made It This Far  6%
11 Cause For Rebellion  10%
12 Another Cause  3%
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Rebecca from Downey, CA 
Dec 27 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is really creative. These guys defenitly know what Punk is all about. If you are reading this review check this band out.

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Isaac from Burbank, CA 
Aug 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty decent punk that never really heads down a steep road of mediocrity. The choruses are good enough so when attending one of their shows, one will be right there with them shouting along, never losing the spirit of punk rock. Great musicianship that sustains itself all throughout.

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Michael from Los Angeles, CA 
Jan 31 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd kicks ass.... but in "nOthing to frOve" it kinda sounds like "nO tiMe" and "no fUture no hope" from some old defiance and "liVe or Die" sounds like G.B.H. Don't get me wrong it's still worth buying but these two songs aren't that original to me. Also why do people hate them or not like them just because they believe in "GOD"? Aren't we ALL entitled to believe in what we wish to believe?

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William from Santa Rosa, CA 
Jul 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD by another great band on punkcore. Very street punk and just great stuff. There isn't really a bad song on this CD

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Jordan from Bel Air, MD 
May 30 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a thoroughly enjoyable album. The lyrics are nicely done, as is the music. The Havoc have some fast songs and some slower songs, but they all sound well as a whole. Not an extraordinary album, but not one to disappoint either.

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Chris from Savannah, TN 
Jan 7 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i had never heard these guys so i decided to take a chance and buy this.its pretty fuckin good .all the songs are ok they kinda sound like the unseen without all the fuckin bad words.i think their supposed to be religous or something but they have great should buy it.

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Paul from Colorado Springs, CO 
Oct 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD kicks ass and takes names. Havoc are street punk at its finest. The lryics are really well written and the songs dont all sound the same unlike some other street punk bands out there. Bottom line is, go buy the fucking album right now. It won't disappoint you.

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Austin from Humble, TX 
Sep 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

awesome debut from the havoc. fuckin kick ass. buy this god damn cd. fuck off posers and preps. PUNX NOT DEAD

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Michael from Pine Bush, NY 
Sep 8 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The first time i heard the havoc was at a friends house. He downloaded the song no escape and when i first heard it i thought it was great. the next day i decided to buy it. when i listened to it i was a bit dissapointed. all of the songs were good but they all lacked the energy that i heard on no escape. if you are looking for a good cd and you like the unseen then you might want to buy this cd.

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Mike from Houston, TX 
Aug 14 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This band stands out from your typical stree punk. This is a very solid CD from start to finish, and you can hear heavy influences from rancid, to the clash, to the casualties. It's got a good mix of mid-tempo old school punk, and some fast, gritty oi.

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