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Toni from Phoenix, AZ 
Mar 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Bad Religion -How Could Hell Be Any Worse (remastered) CD
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Bad Religion
How Could Hell Be Any Worse (remastered) CD

This album is so amizingly righteous, good classic Bad Religion. Along the Way is my personal favorite, but you can never go wrong with We're Only Gonna Die, Greg sounds so young. If you're barely getting into Bad Religion, unlikely, but anyways, this would be a great first album.

Toni from Phoenix, AZ 
Mar 3 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Devotchkas -Annihilation CD
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Annihilation CD

The Devotchkas are such an amazing female group, there's not that many out there. In many cases, it's a man's world, but this album proves that statement wrong.

Toni from Martinez, CA 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Pennywise -Straight Ahead CD
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Straight Ahead CD

Pennywise is incredible. I have never met a person who could honestly say they don't like them. This may very well be their best album, as you can never go wrong with timeless hits like "Alien". I think I can safely say that Pennywise is one of the few bands who haven't sold out, and to this day continue to be untouchable. I would so recommend this to a first timer in the genre.

Toni from Martinez, CA 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Crass -Feeding Of The 5,000 CD
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Feeding Of The 5,000 CD

What can anyone say? Crass is definitely elite when it comes to punk. The first album I ever heard by them was Christ the Album, and I was completely blown away by "It's the Greatest Working Class Ripoff", and on Feeding of the 5,000 it's definitely "Do They Owe Us a Living?".This album is absolute genius. If you like asswipe bands like Simple Plan or Coheed and Cambria, I would recommend you NOT buy this album, or any Crass album for that matter, as you probably won't understand them.

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