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Mike from Springfield, IL 
Feb 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Crass -Stations Of The Crass CD
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Crass
Stations Of The Crass CD

More of the great chaotic, vulgar, ska-punk you always love to listen to. Crass same out with another gem after Feeding of 5000 and the same wit, intelligence, and humor is as present as ever. The album is a non-stop assult from the band who always had something to say and actions to back it up. From sexism to the Clash, the band attacks with great wit and an unflinching passion. Recommended for everyone.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Feb 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Anti-Flag -Die for the Government CD
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Anti-Flag
Die for the Government CD

Good album and one of Anti-Flags best. Musically, I think the album is great for what it is. It's a great mix of pop-punk and the Pittsburgh style street-punk. However, I always thought Anti-Flag was lacking lyrically. They always sound like they want to speak with the insight and intelligence of a band like Crass or the wit of maybe the Dead Kennedys, but its never comes through. Instead settleing for repetitive shouts of "Stand up and fight!" and concentrating on subjects that seem cliche at times. Still, the album is catchy as hell and there are some great songs in here. Try it out.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Feb 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Subhumans -Day The Country Died CD
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Subhumans
Day The Country Died CD

Terrific album. The Subhumans at their very best. It is great hardcore punk, sounding like a musically talented Crass, and the lyrics are nothing short of astounding. A truly great political concept album that never lets up from begining to finish. One of the greatest punk albums ever made.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Oct 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Crass -Feeding Of The 5,000 CD
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Crass
Feeding Of The 5,000 CD

This is classic Crass. Intelligent anarcho punk that many bands today wish they could duplicate. This is one of the best records from one of the smartest bands in punk. It's vulger, offensive, and oone of the defining records of the genre. Get it now, along with everything else by Crass, you're missing out if you don't.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
US Bombs -War Birth CD
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US Bombs
War Birth CD

Duane Peters and the rest of the US Bombs know how to make a true punk album. This is great '77 style punk which is every bit as vital as the Pistols. It may seem stereo-typical: a punk band singing about skating and war, but these guys somehow separate themselves from all the other repetitive crap that we call punk and just make great music. Highly recommended.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Kid Dynamite -Shorter, Faster, Louder CD
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Kid Dynamite
Shorter, Faster, Louder CD

Maybe the best post-Lifetime hardcore/pop-punk album ever. The entire album is fast, powerful, and fun and never gets old. This is the sound that so many bands are trying too duplicate right now, but nothing ever compare to what Lifetime and Kid Dynamite created.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Link 80 -17 Reasons... CD
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Link 80
17 Reasons... CD

Some very good and powerful skacore. Nick was the best on vocals. It isn't the best ska out there, but it's pretty damn close.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Wire -Pink Flag (Remastered) CD
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Wire
Pink Flag (Remastered) CD

This album is the very definition of perfect. The songs are amazing, the order is great, and even the space in between the songs seems right. The songs combine social commentary common in '77 punk with subtle and clever humor. In the end, it's one of the most complete punk albums ever made.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Julia -Julia CD
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Julia
Julia CD

A truly dark and powerful album. Julia somehow took the chaotic fury that is rarely found in emo these days and created a beautiful style which is all their own. Buy this and blown away. "End" is amazing.

Mike from Springfield, IL 
Aug 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Kerosene 454 -Race CD
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Kerosene 454
Race CD

This cd is by one of the best and most underrated punk/emo bands of the mid 90's, Kerosene 454. On this album is the band's best material of their short but influencial career with some of the most beautiful and powerful guitars you will ever hear. They had a great post-Dischord sound that went far beyond what other bands were doing at the time. Amazong.

 
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