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American Steel

Rogue's March

Lookout! 231

Released on October 19, 1999

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In the tradition of punk rock bands which occupy the space between hardcore and emo, a new band has come blistering out of the fertile East Bay scene. They are called American Steel. In the sonic tradition of Crimpshrine, early Rancid, Leatherface and The Rudiments, American Steel brings their tough, insistent melodic punk to the masses through the revolutionary means of Lookout! Records. The songs are very catchy in a non pop way!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Loaded Gun  6%
2 Every New Morning Voted #3  12%
3 Graveyards  8%
4 Got A Backbeat Voted #1  15%
5 Rogue's March  9%
6 Whiskey, Women, and Blackguarding  12%
7 Hope Springs From Somewhere  3%
8 Insurrection Ave.  3%
9 Bloody Murder  3%
10 One Of These Days  7%
11 There Could Be More  1%
12 Optimist Voted #2  15%
13 Parting Glass  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, October 19 to vote for your favorite songs

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a darn good record. A good mix of sound. Its a shame this band broke up. It seems as soon a bands hard work pays off and they make a good name for them self, they break up the band! Boy that pisses me off. I was fortunate enough to see American Steel play once with Alkaline Trio. American Steel is a classic. Think about how people talk about Operation Ivy now, because one day people will be talking the same way about American Steel! Buy this album and there last one!!!

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Dante from Malvern, PA 
Aug 22 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is American Steels second album and their first on lookout!their first was on new disorder records which everyone should check out even tohugh its ahrder to find. its not on this sight.this cd is a little more hardcore i geuss than jagged thoughts but is still a great cd. try to get all their stuff in order but if not GET THIS!!!any fan of skacore will love american steel.

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Ashley from Santa Monica, CA 
May 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sucks that they've broken up and we're not getting any more from Amer Steel. This CD rules-- much harder and better than their first album.

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Patrick from Leeds, United Kingdom 
Nov 24 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of those rare cds that takes absolutley no time to get into. From the very first chords of Loaded Gun, you know you are going to love this album. Like Hot Water Musics punkier cousin, this is one of the best cds i've heard for a long time. Buy it now. NOW!

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Keith from Wareham, MA 
Aug 30 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is quite simply, a masterpiece. Every song on this album is just amazing. They have a punk/hardcore sound with an emo influence. The lead singer's voice has a rough quality to it like that of Joe Strummer or Tim from Rancid. "Got A Backbeat" is one of the greatest songs I've ever heard in my life.

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Tyler from Darien, CT 
Apr 28 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one hell of an album. Ska, punk, even slight touches of emo...

The songs, from the blazing "Loaded Gun" to the ringing choruses of the lengthy "Parting Glass", will kick your ass in a good way. Amazing lyrics, too. Fans of Rancid will appreciate this on the same level as fans of Avail and Leatherface will. Strongly recommended......get it already.

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