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Luke from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Dec 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Green Day -American Idiot (Special Edition) CD
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Green Day
American Idiot (Special Edition) CD

Green Day's newest release re-cements their post at the top of the punk scene. Exploding through your speakers, it shows a return to form that stays true to their roots, while being an infinitely more radio-friendly release. The title track is an instant anthem and slower tunes, such as 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams', read like an instruction manual for what a multitude of crappy pop-punk bands have attempted (but failed) to create. The album is {necessairly?} political, but this doesn't detract from the quality of the music. It's cool to see that artists still feel they have a responsibility to educate their public!

Luke from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Dec 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Green Day -1000 Hours 7

Green Day
1000 Hours 7"

A classic release from the Green Day back catalogue. Still sounds fresh, with an energy that has been lacking from some of their more recent releases. Not just one for the completeists, this is a brilliant 7", that is a steal at the price. Buy now, before they delete it again....

Luke from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Dec 10 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Sunshine -Electric! Kill! Kill! CD
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Sunshine
Electric! Kill! Kill! CD

This CD crackles with energy, from the kinetic fury of 'Vampire's Dancehall', to the more traditional approach of 'Lower Than Low'. It's also a good release in that it manages to blend recognised electronic staples with lyrics so dense that they're practically post hardcore :-) This CD is also quite special for its genre as it sounds fab played quietly. For fans of New Order, VNV Nation and equally The Mars Volta and Sparta. I would have given it 5 stars, but for the fact that the lead singer's voice will probably grate on you initially (think At The Drive In married to Franz Ferdinand!)




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