Blue Collar Biography is exactly what it is – it’s our story about being us. Lyrics on the album might not be about work, but more about the lives we carry as we still consider ourselves blue-collar workers.
Blue Collar Biography is Last Action Zeros first full length self release featuring fifteen original tracks and a remake of a Billy Joel’s song as a bonus/secret track. Almost 12 months in the making, the band is anticipating on what doors this album will open and hopes to spread it's blue collar, punk rock & roll to a larger audience.
Other releases in the past include an 8 song EP titled Red White and Bruised and various demos and compilations that span the entire west coast.
Cant Go Back
Boys Are Out
Punk Rock Girl
Forever The Same
Against The World
Red White And Bruised
Smash The Past
Cross The Line
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Marilyn from Portland, OR
Sep 19 2006
This is Saul writing this review, not Marilyn.
This CD is for fans of Rancid and Time Again. It doesn't sound as similar to Rancid as Time Again does, but you can definitely hear the Rancid influence. When I first listened to it (yesterday) there was a lot of good tracks, and just a few great tracks, but after listening to it a couple of times, its a lot of great tracks, with a couple good tracks.
In my opinion, these are the good tracks:
Bright Lights Boys are Out Punk Rock Girl Go Away Trapped
Every other song on the album is great.
If you want to hear some songs from Last Action Zeros go to their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/lastactionzeros
the only track from this CD that is on their myspace (at the time I'm writing this) is "Smash the Past" but the one on their myspace is from Rancid Radio.