Free Beer was brewed in Dec. 1981 as a master plan of a young Bay Area Brewmaster who blended ingredients from two of the then youngest San Francisco punk bands on the scene in 1979/80. Free Beer included teenage skateboarder/musician brothers Tony (Guitar) and Tommy (Bass) Guerrero who were just a part of the short list of founding fathers of the budding musical and cultural movement known as "Skate-Punk." All of the band members - Mike Cassidy (Vocals), Dan Magee (Guitar), and Steve Tatum (Drums) - were practically raised on skateboards and it was the inevitable converging of punk rock and skateboarding that brought them together eventually to form Free Beer.
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Kristen from Huntsville, AL
Feb 28 2006
Free Beer was a lot better in my mind than it is on CD. Musically they aren't bad, maybe a bit strong on the bass guitar on a few songs though. Its basically fun snotty music. So if your an underage drinker, or if your late on your rent because of your drinking budget, then this is the album for you.
Brendan from Elmhurst, IL
Dec 16 2004
THE FIRST CD IN THE COLLECTION OF 4 SKATEPUNK RE-ISSUE SERIES FROM ALTERNATIVE TENTICLES. IF YOU LIKE THE FACTION, JFA, OR ANY SKATEPUNK BAND THEN YOU WILL LIKE THIS FUCKING CD, JUST BUY ALL OF THE COLLECTION OF 4. MY MONEY OR MY CAR? WE CAN DRINK WHEN EVER WE WANT!!
Andrew from Union Beach, NJ
Oct 14 2002
i heard these guys on not so quiet on the western front this cd is really good its got some really nice moshing music not like all fast and screaming but more like skate punk its aggresive and good