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Sixgun Radio

Please Press Me

(Guest Vocals By Stza From Leftover Crack, Choking Victim, Public Serpents, Morning Glory)


Released on December 9, 2003


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Debut full length from NY's kings of progressive hardcore, Sixgun Radio. Guest vocals on The Bitter End by The Stza (Leftover Crack, Choking Victim). If you dig Swingin' Utters, Kill Your Idols, Bad Religion or Social Distortion, you should check these guys out.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Welcome To The Big Time  10%
2 Bring It Back Voted #1  24%
3 Arrowed!  9%
4 Culture Crave  4%
5 Hard Work Big Dreams  3%
6 Fire Inside  6%
7 Get On Your Way  3%
8 Down Again  1%
9 Redlight  3%
10 ... And So It Goes  2%
11 You May Be Right  2%
12 Kings And Queens Voted #3  11%
13 Lights Out  6%
14 Bitter End (feat. The Stza) Voted #2  14%
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Santiago from Laguna Niguel, CA 
Aug 4 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really enjoyed tha music and songs on this album. Cd opens up with a neat intro you have to listen to and the guest vocals by stza are great, unexpected but once you hear him all tha crack rock steady shit comes into mind. I like that. Worth the money in my opinion, but shit this music is pretty fast and riffs are well crafted. The acoustic song of kings and queens puts a nice touch to all the fast power chords and such. Well put lyrics and music is what this album is

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Michael from Holbrook, NY 
Jan 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good.Some songs i loved other i could take or leave.Stza sings in it i would request it for a loc fan

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Jonathan from Albuquerque, NM 
Apr 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD; five stars. I got it because of their song off the Against Police Injustice compilation CD that I got at an Anti-Flag concert. That CD has forever changed my taste in punk. This band is one example. It's a three-man group: two guitarists (no bass) and a drummer. I like how it sounds. They do have a female guest bassist on some songs, like the one off the compilation. I also got this for the two songs featuring STZA from Choking Victim / Leftover Crack. I would suggest it to anybody who likes New York bands like the Stockyard Stoics. It kicks ass.

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Kathy from Hollidaysburg, PA 
Dec 29 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

if it had lyrics man it would be a lot better. The Stza sings on it, its totally recognizable and its fucking cool. they just keep going and it dont slow down, it might start slower than usual but its all good man. pick it up. <3 slip

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Pat from West St. Paul, MN 
Jul 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok, I actually really fucking digged this album. Sixgun Radio impressed me a lot. I can't wait for future releases. Buy this, if you like punk music, baby.

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Mike from Bethpage, NY 
May 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing album. I've seen them twice live and they're just as good live as they are on the album if not better. And i agree with the other two people that said it was Stza on Bring It Back, his voice is recognizable anywhere its definetley him. Anyway, the chords in these songs are insane along with the solos, recommended to anyone, cause it kicks ass.

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Matt from Park Hall, MD 
Apr 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

quite fantastic. i bought it at first seeing that The Stza was on it, so i knew it had to be good. it was beyond my expectations. i highly recomend it to those who are fans of indk or morning glory or those who just want some fine ass rock and roll. the billy joel cover is pretty slick. thug love in a gangsta nation. slums from the chums. frankie says relax, but weasely says nnnnnyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeaaaaaa!!!

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Drew from Annandale, VA 
Mar 8 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A highly enjoyable release, this album. I don't know why more people aren't buying this album. It kinda sounds like early Vandals with less humor, Kill Your Idols, and a tidge of NYHC thrown in for the mosh-factor. Good Stuff. I'm looking forward to maybe seeing them come to town in the future.

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Mark from Nazareth, PA 
Jan 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is such a great CD. They remind me a little of INDK. The guy below me is right The Stza does sing in Bring it Back. He says something about the Sixgun and Leftover Crack. Anyway just buy it cuz you'll love it.

Peace MC Kreditt

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Steven from Brooklyn, NY 
Jan 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Whooo, first review. Man what a great album. This album is so hard to review because it's so good, I don't know where to start. First off the album is a decent length, 14 minutes and every song averages 2 minutes and 40 seconds, the short songs feel just right and the long songs don't bore you with their length cause they're so full of variety and power. The guitar lines are original and packed with energy, and the solos are fantastic, especially on songs like Fire Inside and Redlight. The vocals are fantastic, and the use of double vocals on chorus' is great, especially on Arrowed!, and the folk/acoustic song Kings and Queens. The bass could have been a little more clear, but there are still plenty of punchy and catchy lines. The drumming is fantastic, and the ska breakdown in Bring It Back is greatly led by the drums. There is also a fantastic cover of Billy Joel's You May Be Right, which gives you a nice break from the blazing punk rock and gives a nice taste of straight rock and roll. The last track brings us some guest vocals from a head figure of the NY punk scene, Scott Sturgeon, or Stza, of Leftover Crack/Crack Rock Steady 7, the late Choking Victim, and most recently of the Mad Cowz rap group which can be heard on the Against Police Injustice Compilation, and though it's not written in the album, I could swear that the ska breakdown of Bring It Back is sung by him as well, probably a little treat for NY punk fans who notice it. Overall, my only problem with this album was that the bass wasn't recorded at a high enough volume, but that's probably because this band is more driven by other things, I'm also upset that it does not come with a booklet or lyrics, since it doesn't come in a jewel case, but rather a digipak case. Go by this album! It's well worth your time.

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