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Travis from San Diego, CA 
May 23 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Sore Thumbs -Listen Up!! CD
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Sore Thumbs
Listen Up!! CD

So, this is pretty much the best CD I've purchased in years. Literally, years.

This is street punk with a ton of energy and talent. The lyrics are meaningful and intelligent, the songs sound different enough from each other to avoid being too repetitive, yet they always manage to maintain their style and there aren't any "what the fuck was that?" tracks on here.

I love the Swingin' Utters, but dare I say these guys do a better job of creating a similar type of music?

Miles does an outstanding job with the vocals and that's definitely my favorite part.

The lyrics are really hard to read because they're so small on the CD insert and they need to release new material NOW, but other than that I have no complaints.

Travis from San Diego, CA 
Apr 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Falcon -Unicornography CD
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Unicornography CD

This is definitely a great album. It contains a lot of variety with one constant - Brendan Kelly's vocal performance is fantastic throughout. In fact, it's his performance that carries the entire album. The dude manages to infuse so much energy and anger into his voice that it's like he's trying to be the personification of the entire true punk scene. The only downside of course is that this is their only full length out right now. It leaves you wanting more, and there isn't any.

Travis from San Diego, CA 
Jul 25 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Bad Religion -New Maps Of Hell CD
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Bad Religion
New Maps Of Hell CD

I've been reading a lot of reviews of this album and it seems most critics find this to be mediocre. They claim it's unoriginal, we've heard it before, and Bad Religion is trying to relive the past.

I think they're just looking for something to bitch about.

This is my favorite BR release to date. I've felt all of their past albums, while completely awesome, have been lacking...something. I can't describe what it is, because I don't know what it is. This album has whatever that missing piece was.

It's got passion, energy (Graffin's voice especially), and anger which seemed to be lacking on the Empire Strikes First. It's not as experimental as their last installment. It draws upon all of their previous albums and takes a little from each, combining the whole thing together in what I feel is their strongest showing to date.

There's a fantastic mix of songs. I'd list the best ones, but it would be a lot shorter to list the ones I don't like:


The jury is still out on 52 Seconds, the distorted vocals seem really out of place, especially considering how powerful Graffin's voice is.

It's Bad Religion and they sound better than ever. Buy it.

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