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Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
Mar 25 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Mutiny -Co-op Brewery (US Release) CD
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Co-op Brewery (US Release) CD

Who can be disappointed with some good ol' Australian folk punk? A delightful swagger into the raucous pub-anthems of Australia. The songs are quite well-written historic stories. Both the music and the lyrics will satisfy your ears.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
Mar 25 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Mad Caddies -Keep It Going CD
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Mad Caddies
Keep It Going CD

Another fine release from the Caddies. This one is much slower than their previously releases as it features more reggae-style influences. The song writing is still excellent (as is the musicianship.) But having more reggae does not mean that the punchy-dixieland-punk-rock is completely left behind. Most of the songs are similar to mini-rock operas, having alternating slow/fast/reggae/rock sections. "Coyote" is a wonderful track. Too bad it hasn't been released on vinyl.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
Mar 25 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Streetlight Manifesto -Somewhere In The Between CD
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Streetlight Manifesto
Somewhere In The Between CD

This is one freakishly fantastic album from one of the most talented and musically-conscious performing groups of today. I enjoy the diversity in the structure of each song the most; on the first listen, it is hard to predict what part of the song comes next (i.e. verse/chorus/interlude.) The album stands incredibly well on its own as a result of the ear-pleasing horn section and general composition complexity/musicianship displayed throughout. Only when compared to "Everything Goes Numb" does the album falter. After having around four years to produce another CD, fans come to expect something better than "EGN." The songs on "SITB" are diversely structured but have a strange habit of featuring some similar melodies/horn arrangements as those found in other songs/albums. Even at brief points on "SITB," I found myself thinking, "Didn't I hear this already?" The consistent driving force of "EGN" is not found on "SITB" as some of the songs are slower paced and display greater influences (which is not a negative thing but it disrupts the pace we're all accustomed to.) And surely one negative: it's only ten songs.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
Jan 8 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Decemberists -A Practical Handbook DVD
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A Practical Handbook DVD

This is such a wonderful little DVD. The set list is quite encompassing of their old and new material and the DVD features a splendid lot of um...bonus features (you just have to look for them!! (*wink wink)) One of the main points I like about the album is the sound. The DVD has the feel of an actual live performance. The tracks don't appear to be cleaned and polished up in a studio, avoiding the nauseating illusion of perfection. It's a live performance that you would see in person. It captures their energy and art perfectly.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
May 7 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Meisce -Bored Of The Dance 7

Bored Of The Dance 7"

Great sea-shanty punk rock mayhem. Furious, gruff songs. "The Death of Michael Flatley" is a wickedly funny song. A little better production quality would have let the Celtic/folk instruments stand out more, but it fits the music well to have a rough sound.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
May 7 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Gogol Bordello -Multi Kontra Culti Vs. Irony/East Infection LP
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Gogol Bordello
Multi Kontra Culti Vs. Irony/East Infection LP

This band is one of the most original and unique punk bands of the last few years. The album focuses more on the lyrical folk-gypsy tales of Huntz rather than a punk rock sound. Some of the songs are slower paced than the ones on "Gypsy Punks Underdog World Strike." The East Infection LP has some experimental songs on it, which shows Huntz's influence of dance music. It's a greatly diverse set of songs, definitely worth the price.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
May 7 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Swingin' Utters/Youth Brigade -Split Series Vol. 2 LP
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Swingin' Utters/Youth Brigade
Split Series Vol. 2 LP

A great split from two great punk bands. The Swingin' Utters' cover of "'39" makes the album completely worthwhile. This is what punk is suppose to be.

Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
Apr 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Filthy Thieving Bastards -I'm A Son Of A Gun CD
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Filthy Thieving Bastards
I'm A Son Of A Gun CD

The Bastards come back with another fine album. The classic folk-rock-country influence remains prevalent on the album but does not feature the fine 60's-ish pop music on "My Pappy Was A Pistol." I was hoping for more songs like that but I'm completely satisfied with what the Bastards have to offer this time. The percussion and layering of the songs is just fantastic. The song writing again is top notch. I can't say enough about this album.

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