Catchy, overtly political, mosh pit inciting street punk. Expression In Laymen's Terms has no songs about drinking with the lads, it's all conscious lyrics about the pitfalls of capitalism and the injustices of war. And it's set to a beat you can dance to.
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Angela from Galway, Ireland
Jul 31 2006
This is one of the best records i've ever heard. It's now almost 3 in the morning and I can't sleep because I have every song from this album stuck in my head. Their lyrics are amazing and very intelligent and never come off preachy, their riffs are excellent and get stuck in your head. There is not one song on this album that is less than amazing. I seriously don't see why these guys aren't one of the biggest bands in the scene. Their kind of like a mix of Knucklehead with a bit of old Bad Religoin but nothing like either if that makes sense. I know everybody says oh buy this cd now! but sincerely buy this cd now. I have a massive cd collection and this is in my top 3. I'm going to go and order their new record right now. What a band. I'm going on a huge rant now but what a band. -Mike