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Enemy You

Video To Radio

(Dead To Me, Western Addiction)

Geykido Comet 7

Released on April 25, 2003

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This is Enemy You's latest 7". It has a very 80s feel to it, with Atari-style graphics, clear green vinyl, and a cover of the theme song from a cartoon of yeasteryear, "Kidd Video." Ep also features other obscure covers and two original gems!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Video To Radio  17%
2 Hot Dogs Till You Die  11%
3 Dead Voted #2  19%
4 The Cut Voted #1  33%
5 Sleep Voted #3  19%
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Tino from Dover, NH 
Nov 6 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great band that should not have broken up. Melodic bad religion-esque punk. This particular record is more on the hardcore side. Hopefully one day they will play again!

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
May 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really good Punk Music that comes on clear green vinyl. I find this bands style a mix between Pop Punk Skate Punk and Bad Religion, so if any of these things seem apealing pick this up.

Actually pick up "Stories Never Told" their newest full length which kicks even more ass

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Jordan from Laramie, WY 
Mar 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is really good, obviously since its only a 7" it leaves you wanting more. But overall this is a really well done EP by a very good band.

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Lauren from Henderson, NV 
Jun 25 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This 7" didn't really do much for me. The covers were pretty lame and the originals were alright. It kinda reminded me of MXPX...which could be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it. For me its not too good. Their full lengths are much better than this. If you're new to these guys, do not get this first. The upside is that it's on green vinyl.

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Paul from Goleta, CA 
Jun 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I hate to say this cause I really like the band but this was not so good. It sounded trite and typical of late nineties Honest Don's style pop punk a la limp, except Limp sounds a lot better than Enemy You did on this record. Its just lame, nothing stands out, nothing moves you I really can't write a great review because everytime I started trying to listen to it I had to turn it off. So, buy a different record, one of thier full lengths or something. Don't buy this unless you love all things Enemy You.

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Aaron from Mesa, AZ 
Jun 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Mmmmm. Pop punk goodness. This is the way pop punk should be done. Just because it's pop, doesn't mean it has to be mainstream ready. It can still be snotty and meaningful. Enemy You are great. They take their cues from the older Bad Religion style with a little Screaching Weasel and any number of other new school punk bands (NUFAN, NOFX, etc.), plus there are really obscure cover songs on here. Stories Never Told is obviously their best album, but once you get that one and become a fan then get the rest of their this one.

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Aaron from Hayden, ID 
Feb 23 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

For fans only...personally, I found this release lacking...I like covers, but this was just rubbing me the wrong way all the way. Maybe it was bitterness toward the lack of activity, but I was disappointed.

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Adam from Orange, CA 
Jan 26 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

For those of you who came to know Enemy You by way of Afterschool Special, this 7"s for you!! By far there poppiest songs recorded to date. Catchy as cooties in the same vein as those precious records of Mutant Pop!!...more weasely, less bad religiony :)

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Nicholas from East Lansing, MI 
Jan 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this, i think, is Enemy You's best release. the covers are all just plain awesome. theyre originals are very cool as well. probably my two favourite EY songs. you just cant go wrong with this one.

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Derek from Tucson, AZ 
May 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This 7" has already been out-of-stock twice since being released on and it is currently ranked #2 in 7" sales on interpunk -- there is a reason for that -- IT'S REALLY gOoD! So, as soon as Interpunk stocks up on their Enemy You inventory, you should too! The covers are great. The new song is great. The old song is great. GREAT GREAT GREAT!

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