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Grant from Lincoln, NB Canada
Jul 13 2011
Originally released in 1981, China White's Danger Zone six song 12" has that well known vintage Huntington Beach/Orange County sound coupled with a slight but definite metal influence. The vocals sound especially snotty. Admittedly China White are the not the best of the early OC bands, but tracks like "Dangerzone" "Nightlife" and the instrumental "Anthem" hold up remarkably well today. The Flyboys sound like America's under-produced answer to The Starjets or maybe a male version of the Go-Go's. These two bands on the same disc make for an odd coupling but that doesn't detract from the overall enjoyment. "I Couldn't Tell" is the arguably the best track, but "Different Kind Of Guy" could easily be classic Dickies.
Matthew from Bridgend, United Kingdom
Jul 10 2005
Pretty good but nothing groundbraking. Similar to the adolescents but some of the songs enter the 3-4 minute mark which hinders them. The flyboys side was too poppy for me, good if thats your thing but not for me.
Brian from Tomkins Cove, NY
Feb 12 2005
Really great. China White is fast OC hardcore, a lot like the Adolescents. The Flyboys is poppy new wave music that is catchy also good.