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Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 18 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars
D.I. -Horse Bites, Dog Cries CD
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D.I.
Horse Bites, Dog Cries CD

This is the only one I haven't managed to get my hands on. I used to have all these on cassete back in the day...but never got this one. BIG FUCKING MISTAKE!!! A little poppier than their other records...kinda surfy sounding. Living in the USA is the best get this record!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 16 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Suburbia -Movie VHS Video
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Suburbia
Movie VHS Video

Some people just have no clue what they are talking about...too hyped up? This is a great example of how true punk kids lived back in the 80's Train hoppers to squats to abandoned houses...It was all commonplace. Punk wasn't the flashy, corporate multi million dollar industry that it is now...and I think the 80's scene was conveyed very well through this movie. I witnessed somewhat the scene when I was a kid, and I or this movie could probably never do the (impact of the 80's) socal scene justice.

Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Ill Repute -Big Rusty Balls CD
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Ill Repute
Big Rusty Balls CD

I used to have this on vinyl...stolen, eh...But man is it a great fucking record!!! Ill repute are one of the last of a dying breed...I used to live in Ventura,CA and had the chance to see these guys way back when...to this day it still ranks as one of the best shows I've ever witnessed. Even with this record the high speed melodic hardcore/skate punk sound is still there. And never sounded better. To see personally a punk scene evolve when your a naive 12 year old from the south can truly change your life. As this band and the entire nardcore scene did. For fans of: (old) face to face, Rhythm collision, scared straight, (old) ten foot pole, RKL, many others....

Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 12 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars
That's It! -Really? CD
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That's It!
Really? CD

Well, this is kind of odd. This was one of Shawn Stern's side projects when youth brigade was on hiatus/broke up/time off...whatever. Don't expect a Youth brigade sound exactly. This would be your perfect soundtrack to take a day off and go surfing, but ehhh the music is just not what I thought it would be. Think 7 seconds (soulforce revolution era) meets Reggae and a little pop and produce an incestual, brain damaged child...it would be That's it! The cover art..everything just screams errm uggh...early 90's? which I live for the late 80's early 90's socal punk scene. And interpunk,...I hate paying 13 bucks for a used CD...but I didn't have to fool with those ever so stubborn wrappers. So it's ok I guess.

Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 11 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars
Iconoclast -Discography CD
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Iconoclast
Discography CD

The old school hybrid of the $-hot profit-$ marketed shit you hear today...I mistook this as the CA Iconoclast..But no. I would have been raving about this back when it initially came out. It's good for hardcore...but made boring by the impostors flooding the scene today. If your a hardcore nut and you've got $7 lying around pick it up.

Travis from Waynesville, NC 
Mar 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Youth Brigade -To Sell The Truth CD
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Youth Brigade
To Sell The Truth CD

Wow...Ive always loved youth brigade. They changed a lot in the 16+ years up until this was released. I've always been a sucker for the early to mid 90's melodic punk (re)explosion. This truly ranks up there with: early Face to Face, Horace pinker...you get it, the old Epifat sound to be cliched. Beware the cookie cutter bands trying to do what bands like this pioneered. Learn from the fuckin masters.




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