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Breathe Pollution

Sore Loser 3

Released on April 25, 2009

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Crookedhook's third release, a five song EP.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Breathe Pollution Voted #1  50%
2 Ends Meet Voted #3  17%
3 Size Zero  0%
4 Don't Think, Just Swallow  0%
5 Just About Time Voted #2  33%
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Onofre from Las Vegas, NV 
Oct 7 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Crookedhook's third EP, “Breathe Pollution,” is five tracks of catchy punk-pop medleys. The songs span a variety of themes from environmental concerns to social commentary on music and fashion ideals. Gang vocals and guitar solos are common throughout the EP along with an element of ska. This four-piece has an original style of fusing punk and ska and its made clear on the second track, “Ends Meet.” The track, “Don't think, just swallow,” is one of the more tightly written songs in which every member of the band has a chance to shine. It's also the track with one of the better openings. A few special guest vocalists appear on the EP as well. Steve Rawles (Belvedere) appears on “Breathe Pollution,” and Simon Paik (Permanent Bastards), Walker Ferri (Movie Music) and Gideon Naf (Phat Bastard) appear on “Just About Time.” The EP clocks in just under 17 minutes, but it's definitely worth every second.

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Jack from Vancouver, BC Canada 
Jul 4 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This band is sooooo close to being an amazing band overall, but they fall just short.

I got this because i really liked 'Just about Time" so spending 5 bucks or whatever wasn't a big deal.

it's decent, the beats are solid and they hit the drums hard. it's a good pace to most of it, but they almost go in to many directions on their songs.

it's good punk, won't be the best thing you've ever heard, but will be pretty good.

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