The Yesterday's Kids are Neenah, WI's best-kept secret and Panic Button's secret weapon. On a shoestring budget the band and co-producer Eric Thelen have created an incredible album of soaring pop punk that has the music sensibilities of Weezer with the crunch and bite of Screeching Weasel. Can't Hear Nothin' is an exciting guitar rock record with massive melodies and imaginative productions. It is an undeniable album whose charm, inspiration and character put it into a class by itself.
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Nic from San Clemente, CA
Oct 1 2003
After hearing this band on the fourth Lookout! Freakout! I was pretty impressed. The guitar sounded a little like old Green Day, while the vocals sounded like New Found Glory. I personally am not fond of NFG, but that's beside the point. After purchasing this CD I couldn't put it down. It has some really good songs. Plus the band members have a great sense of musicality and arrangement. This is just my humble opinion, but if you're looking for a new pop punk band to get into, but you want a little more depth, Yesterday's Kids are for you!!!
André from St-etienne De Lauzon, PQ Canad
Feb 13 2003
This CD is Ok but I expected much more. Songs are great but I think there's too much piano. Best tracks are Shadowy Men, Keep It Down and I Wanna Be Alone. But I'd suggest you to check at the Sonic Dolls instead if you like the Ramones pop-punk style.