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Axel from Washington, DC 
Oct 29 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Good Clean Fun -On The Streets Saving The Scene From The Forces Of Evil CD
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Good Clean Fun
On The Streets Saving The Scene From The Forces Of Evil CD

Good Clean Fun is a really fun band. Although they are defenitely hardcore, they add this sily twist to it which makes it so much more enjoyable. Tough guys beware! I initially chose this cd because if you check out the tracklisting , it's huge. But of course, that's a typo -or otherwise I was sent the wrong cd-, as on going from song 12 are actually the songs from the album "shopping for a crew".

Nonetheless, my disapointment of having half the tracks I hoped for put aside (yes I know kids, it looked too good to be true), this cd is the shit. Classic lyrics, fast straight up hardcore, jokes and references just about everywhere. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face (I could also recommend some ska, but something tells me that all the HxC kids are not all gonna like this idea...). Still, I can't really tell which of this album or "Shopping For A Crew" is better..

it's hard to explain why I like it so much.. maybe it just represents all that I like in hardcore, without all the Hatebreed tough-guy shit.. just get it and see for yourselves!

"I can't wait until two thousand ten So we can relearn these songs and play them again and again!"

Axel from Paris, France 
Oct 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Rufio -Perhaps, I Suppose CD
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Perhaps, I Suppose CD

I know this band is now quite well known and this album quite popular, still, I thought I'd give my point of view as an "outsider" (pretty much compared to most ppl here, since I'm not american).

The first song I heard from this album was "Still". I was immediatly blown away by the nifty bass intro and the general feel of the song, with nice back vocals, cool riffs and overall speed. Some find Scott Sellers' voice annoying and compare it to New Found Glory's singer, I for one, don't really agree. Sure the voice is quite high pitched, but the way it's sung is much tighter and "true" (if I may say something as cliché as that), I feel more passion in his way of singing. (also, this was recorder when the singer was 18, so his voice changed a bit since). Rufio has defnitaly a pop edge, but the global speed of their songs (appart from a few tracks on the album such as "one slowdance" or "tears") and the great musical skills from basically all members definitaly puts them appart from the usual "disney punk" scene. Basically, this is very fast and very melodic punk rock. No more, no less.

To some extent, it's kinda like a cross between Satanic Surfers and Jeff Buckley (well maybe not, but you get the idea ;) ). Most songs have really good guitar work from both guitarists and are really well constructed for a first album (fuck! they were like average 17 years old when they wrote this stuff).

So I'd obviously, seeing the mark I gave it, advise you to get this record (quite different from the '1985' album released june '03) and just consider it as fun and melodic punk rock.

Not gonna change the world, not gonna start a revolution, but will get your head banging, which is more than some others, and should do it for a while (I've found the album's interest really long lasting, I still enjoy a lot now).

and they are one of the best bands I have seen live (and yes, I've seen a bunch).

Mind you, this is just my opinion...

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