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Zero Down

With A Lifetime To Pay

(Members Of Strung Out, Pulley, Down By Law)

Fat Wreck Chords 619

Released on February 20, 2001


This Recently formed power punk trio from the Los Angeles area consists of Former Members Strung Out as well as current members of Pulley and Down By Law.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Way It Is Voted #1  20%
2 No Apologies  6%
3 Bite The Hand That Feeds Voted #3  10%
4 Empty Promised Land Voted #2  10%
5 Going Nowhere  9%
6 It Ain't Over Yet  6%
7 Everybody's Whore  5%
8 Suck Seed/Jeremy  5%
9 Temptation  5%
10 Never Gonna Be The Same  4%
11 Self Medication  6%
12 The Best  4%
13 A Million More  9%
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Christina from Niceville, FL 
Sep 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Zero down wasnt with us that long due to there siger pasing away but they left a piece of work with us. This cd is old school fat wreck all the way anway good cd good buy just wish they where around to write more

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Chad from Brandon, MB Canada 
Nov 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best albums i have ever heard. Every single song is rock solid. It's pretty much perfect in every aspect. Raw and hard hitting just like I expected it to be. Buy this one right now.

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Anthony from Newhall, CA 
Mar 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Theres so much to say about this album...but I'll keep it to a minimum. First of all, this is a fucking awesome FAT release. If Screw 32(under the influence of bad people)and pulley(which ever album)had sex and then pulley had an affair with strung outs(suburban teenage waste land)Zero Down would be the result. this album is so underrated.Lyrical topics range from personal struggle just living, drug addiction,and taking a second look at the way people live blindly through religion. These guys are also from my area which is pretty rad. Its a shame Jim Cherry (singer/bass player) had died of a overdose on heorin. He really had something special going here.RIP.for fans of Screw 32,strung out,and pulley for sure. those are the bands I cant most compare this one too.

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Rickard from Karlshamn, Sweden 
Jan 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fucking awesome album. Not a bad song on it. This is punkrock at it's best. I'm just pissed the "self medication" killed this guy, people like that aren't supposed to die, damnit. R.I.P. but at least his music will never die.

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Matt from Ottawa, ON Canada 
Apr 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is an amazing album. Best tracks are "The way it is", "No Apologies", "It Ain't Over Yet", and "Suck Seed/Jeremy". The band, to me, sounds like a mix between old Strung Out, and Pulley. If you are fan of these bands, check out this album. Alot of the songs are about the late Jim Cherry growing older, while still doing what he loved to do.

Fans of southern California Skate Punk will not be dissapointed(speaking of skate punk, check out the new TFP album, "Subliminable Messages", amazing album from start to finish).

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Pat from Westminster, MD 
Dec 31 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I haven't given this Cd enough listens to really make a complete review. I'm a huge Pulley fan. When I think of the kings of punk rock, I think Pulley, Strung Out, Down By Law, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, etc..etc There's just something I really don't dig about 3 piece bands. They always have something missing, no matter what type of sound they have. I don't know what it is, not enough back vocals, not enough guitar? Whatever it is, there's just something missing in this bands sound. I really like the lead vocals. Good energetic music, just something missing.

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Greg from Lake Worth, FL 
Nov 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is unquie, but if you like strung out and other fat records bands you will like this, It takes a few times of listening to get used to, but will definitly become attached to it.

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Mike from Walnut, CA 
Nov 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the best CDs i've ever heard. Its too bad that their singer died because they had the potential to become one of the biggest punk bands around. I would definitely reccomend this CD to fans of good melodic punk.

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Debbi from Sandy, UT 
Sep 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fast, catchy punk with maybe a little bit of hardcore mixed in there. Really good rhythm, most of the songs flow really well, impossible to get out of your head. I was singing the chorus from Temptation for like a week one time. And if any of you were wondering why they don't have any more CDs, it's because the singer, Jim Cherry died last year. That is really too bad because they would've been cool to see live I bet, and another CD would've been awesome.

R.I.P.: Jim Cherry 1971-2002

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Sam from Bristol, United Kingdom 
Jun 23 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I had this CD burned from a friend but its really good so I had to get it. The lyrics are well thought out as is the music. Its very similar in style to Good Riddance Symptoms of a leveling spirit, so get that as well. I like track 1 and 10 the most.

Ride on.

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