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Revolution...I Think It's Called Inspiration

(Strike Anywhere, Ann Beretta, River City High)

A-F 44

Released on October 25, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Pulse Voted #2  17%
2 Mute  2%
3 Fuse  7%
4 Idle Kids  2%
5 Hotel X (Idle Kids Part Two)  0%
6 Warning  5%
7 Uproar Voted #1  21%
8 We Got A Bomb  7%
9 Open Letter  7%
10 Strike Anywhere  5%
11 Doubting Thomas  7%
12 Greta Brinkman Vs. The City  0%
13 Copsong  7%
14 Bulletproof Voted #3  12%
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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Nov 16 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A good CD. It's really catchy and doesn't seem to be lacking the fullness that some bands have with only one guitar player. I really enjoy the bass lines as well. The vocalist is none other than thomas from Strike Anywhere. Definitely worth the money.

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Jonny from New Britain, CT 
Jul 18 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Without the righteous hooks, sing a longs, and sweeping choruses of this record, melodic hardcore would be very different than what we would know today. Inquisition should be given props for laying the road for bands like: rise against, anti - flag and numerous others... Members went on to be in ann bereta, river city high, and strike anywhere. Buy this cd.

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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Mar 11 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

an amazing collection of recorded material by a band which later gave birth to strike anywhere and ann beretta. thomas and co. perform with intense passion and amazing lyrics which acompany catchy tunes. too many songs to decide which i love most, but pick it up, you won't be sorry.

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Inquisition destroys. Fast ass melodic punk record. Of course, I got it because Strike Anywhere is the shit and I hadn’t heard this record and sure enough, its bad as hell. It actually dropped in 1996 when they while they were still a band but then got re-released by A-F Records (I believe all the dudes in Anti-Flag have the Inquisition heart logo tattoo!) in 2005.

Track 4, "Idle Kids" starts out with a badass bass line and harmonica. It sounds a bit like a Matt Freeman Rancid bassline. Track 5, "Hotel X (Idle Kids Part Two)" is acoustic with harmonica. Sounds ill as hell, kinda Tim Barry-esque. Anyway, Thomas took the name of track 10, Strike Anywhere, to use on his current band. Zero cuss words that I could find, but damn the message that this record gives is hella positive. Its all pretty fast ass catchy punk shit! I don't know much about Ann Beretta (except the bassist and drummer were in this band) or River City High (except the guitarist was in this band too) but if you dig those, theres another reason to give this a shot!

They broke up in 1996 but got back together this year in May to play some shows and I believe are playing a live DVD or CD of those shows. Cross your fingers! Until then, dig this record!

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Mark from Charlestown, MA 
Jun 14 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This band was the starting point for some of the guys in Ann Beretta and some of the guys in Strike Anywhere. And it comes across as just that; a starting point. They're much better at what they are doing now. This cd is good for Strike Anywhere superfans and people on a nostalgia trip.

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Jeff from Austin, TX 
Oct 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great CD, wish these guys would of stayed togther a little longer, but they all went on to play in even greater bands. It might take a few listens to get over the quality of it, but once you do you will understand why it is still one of the top CDs out there.

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Matthew from Derwood, MD 
Jun 5 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is great a little rough but awsome. at first i wasnt that impressed by it but then i listend to it more and more and i really like it not to many lyrics to alot of songs but nice and fun to sing along or break somthing in a few cases. If u like the 1st strike anywhere cd u might like this it is probly what they would have sounded like if there was a cd before change is a sound. wekll it pretty much is it came out before that execpt thomas has moved with strik anywere any way great cd.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
May 8 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Pretty good Cd, very political, Thomas from Strike Anywhere still manages to get an excellent message across.... but I still enjoy Strike Anywhere better. :)

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Vinny from Orange Park, FL 
Apr 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a really fun and energetic CD. Like everyone else has said, if you like Strike Anywhere then you'll like this cd. In all honesty, if you weren't told it was a different band then you'd be like "Oh Strike Anywhere...sweet!" So if you're a fan and can't wait for Strike Anywhere's next record then you need to own this cuz it's pretty damn good

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Joe from Corpus Christi, TX 
Feb 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First things first, this CD is quite amazing. Great anthemic rock 'n roll/hardcore influenced punk rock. Uproar, Bulletproof, and Fuse take my vote as the best songs on the album. If you like Strike Anywhere, you will most likely enjoy this great precursor.

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