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River City Rebels

No Good, No Time, No Pride

Victory 1872

Released on October 8, 2002

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Now, Dan O'Day and the River City Rebels are releasing their third album for Victory Records. Entitled "No Good - No Time - No Pride", the album showcases the Rebels' unique ability to create infectious punk anthems with powerful, politically aware lyrics. The special enhanced cd will feature a documentary filmed when the Rebels were on tour back in april of 2002. Detailing all of their on the road antics, this documentary is the true life behind the Rebels.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Such A Bore Voted #2  14%
2 Aborted  9%
3 Drunken Angel Voted #1  20%
4 Life's A Drag  12%
5 No Time  2%
6 No Good Voted #3  12%
7 Pass The Basket  10%
8 Johnny AKA  4%
9 Rotten Brain  2%
10 US Crush  8%
11 No Pride  3%
12 Mutiny  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, October 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Rick from Colorado Springs, CO 
Feb 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD!!! It is classic punk rock at its finest. If you like bands like the clash then buy this CD. It has alot of attitude.

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Alyssa from Hardwick, NJ 
Jun 21 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pretty good cd. Not as good as the last two but RCR is a great band. I really recomend seeing them live also.

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Jacob from Huntington, NY 
Feb 5 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Any one who knows there old stuff will be dissapointed with this. i expected much more from them after hearing there old release and any one who wants to check them out dont waste your time with this "racism, religion, and war" was much better than this.

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Ben from South Euclid, OH 
Jan 5 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

If you're an old fan of the rebels, then prepared to be dissapointed. This release has nowhere near the amount of intensity their other releases do. It's a very frusterating album because you know that each song is one step away from having the fire that "Small Town Pride", "Religion", or "The Country's Doomed" have. If you want real street punk then check out their other two releases. If you really love the rebels though and you can't do without all their CD's, go ahead and grab this one but be warned, you might be let down. I sure was.

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Nick from Raynham, MA 
Nov 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW thats all i have to say, this was my first river city rebels CD and i know it wont be my last. I like the use of horns but they are really just a good punk band. i cant wait till they come to boston with catch 22 its going to be awesome

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Triston from Salem, OR 
Nov 19 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Don't fucking call it ska. It's not. This is some good ole' fashioned street punk with horns. Now yeah I suppose I could do without the horns, but hey why limit yourself. These guys are fucking rule breakers and re-defining a bored genera. This cd is better than the last, but not as good as the first. Dan O'day is on vocals now so fucking get it or die. UP THE PUNX!!

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