After four long years, Teenage Rehab is back with a new album showcasing the old school, straight forward, melodic punk rock, while bringing a definite change of attitude.
This is the third release from these punk rock vets, and comes off angrier and more angst ridden than previous releases.
"Goodbye Sanity" is a journey into poverty, drug abuse, hopelessness and mental illness. It is a whirlwind ride through a mind spinning out of control. In five in depth tracks, Teenage Rehab successfully paints an out-of-sequence epic tale of a man who is fed up and vows to go out swinging.
Pissed off, and in your face punk rock.
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Kevin from Houston, TX
May 30 2008
I have not heard pop punk like this since the VINDICTIVES (Chicago/1990's). Kids...this is how you should be playing pop-punk. Nasty attitude with catchy and raunchy music. Hopefully these guys will stick together and tour as much as possible. Real pop punk rock is back!
Sean from Goodlettsville, TN
Mar 29 2008
This is a short album but it doesn't disappoint. If you like the Lillingtons or the Queers, then you’re guaranteed to love this CD. Also, check out their second album, MORE THAN A JOB.