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GC5

Never Bet The Devil Your Head

Thick 83

Released on June 11, 2002

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Influenced by the drive and urgency of late 70's British punk, Chuck Berry guitar riffs, and the melodicism and bitterness of Elvis Costello, with a working-class ethic and D.I.Y determination, “brothers and sisters,” THE GC5. Balls to the wall rock’n’roll, complete with fierce guitars, street punk intensity and catchy fist raising anthems. Never Bet The Devil Your Head is the bands 4th record (2nd full length), and the kids barely twenty (two of which are brothers) know their roots. Recorded in their home town - Cleveland, Ohio - and produced by the Dropkick Murphy’s Ryan Foltz (who also plays organ and mandolin on the record) - themes of working class pride, leftside politics and antiestablishment outrage run rampant.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Long Goodbye Voted #1  26%
2 Broken Bones and Death Trips  8%
3 Turn Their Backs  8%
4 Straight Outta Luck  0%
5 Breakin Down  6%
6 Lies and Prophecies  6%
7 No Love  9%
8 Doghouse  3%
9 Negative Emotions  8%
10 Tear Down the Town  2%
11 Dead Ends  0%
12 When All Else Fails Voted #3  12%
13 Sparkling Streets Voted #2  14%
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Jacob from Grand Junction, CO 
Jul 14 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Probably my favorite album by the GC5. it seems a bit more melodic and slower than most of the stuff i heard by em, but it still it freakin awesome, i love this band.

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Hannes from Virginia, MN 
Apr 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the gc5 are the shit. gc5 rule too . that sucks i here they broke up so i figure i write review before i cant anymore. if you like gc5, hudson falcons, @whiskey rebels are the shit too. definetly a must have for the good ol oi street punks.

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Dave from Plymouth Meeting, PA 
Jan 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing mix of steetpunk and good ol' hard rock n roll. There are bits and pieces strewn into these songs that find influence from the 70's to present day. In my top 3 records of 2002. Thoroughly solid and impressive from beginning to end. So good you can keep playing a song back so many times that it takes an hr or so to listen to the whole cd. I have read other reviewers of this cd that prefer Kisses From Hanoi over this one. As far as I'm considered, if you listen to Kisses From Hanoi 1st and then this cd, you can hear just how much more polished their sound has become. Don't get me wrong, Kisses from Hanoi is an excellent cd in and of itself, but I think they have defined their style with this one.

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Jacob from Washington, DC 
Jan 7 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a great CD! I think I like Kisses from Hanoi better, but this is still good. Good street punk fused with rock n roll and blue collar lyrics. Similar to Dropkick Murphys.

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Mason from Danville, AL 
Jan 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This record rocks! It is one of those records that keeps getting better the more you listen to it. This is working class rock n roll. You can hear the soul and conviction of the band in the songs. Personally, I like their album "Kisses from Hanoi" more, but comparing them is like comparing sex with Jenna Jamison to sex with Traci Lords: either way you're getting your money's worth.

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Robert from Brunswick, OH 
Nov 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album picks right up where Hanoi left off at. To me this album is more rock and roll based with a real growth in songwriting. You definitely should here this.

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Triston from Salem, OR 
Sep 24 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Really good street punk. Probably one of the only bands out thier with tons of potential and upside. Get it if you like Dropkick Murphys, Rancid, The Forgotten, Virus Nine, and Pistol Grip

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Craig from Moorestown, NJ 
Aug 2 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've known about these guys for a little while. I've heard their first album briefly at parties, and saw them open for Dropkick Murphys, but wasn't familiar enough with their stuff to really get into them. The one thing that really stood out in my mind was their cover of The Replacements "Bastards of Young". So on my way home from work, the local college station played "Breakin' Down" and "Lies & Prophecies" and I went nuts! I cranked the radio so loud, I drowned out the car next to me with the kicker box playin' some crappy techo shit. So I HAD to get this album, and I ordered it as soon as I got home. The whole thing is solid, start to finish. Kick ass street punk, with touches of the Replacements and the Pouges. BUY THIS ALBUM!!!

 
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