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Eric from Los Angeles, CA 
Jun 2 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Rancid -Let the Dominoes Fall (Deluxe w/CD, DVD, Acoustic CD, 3 Posters, 4 Picks) CD
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Rancid
Let the Dominoes Fall (Deluxe w/CD, DVD, Acoustic CD, 3 Posters, 4 Picks) CD

Been a HUGE Rancid fan for about 14 years. I was very excited about this coming out and keeping my fingers crossed that it would be better than the last album (Indestructible). It's not. I have to admit the more I listen to it the more I like it...but still. Tim has always had kind of a bad voice but it worked for the kind of music they play. Now it's just BAD on alot of songs. The one style they have on the album that I am pleased with is the ska. I Ain't Worried and Up to No Good are great songs. There are a couple of poppy-punk songs that are also good. East Bay Night is always stuck in my head. You Want It, You Got It is probably the best punk rock song on the album. Other songs are just terrible, both in terms of lyrics and Tim's declining vocals. Lulu, Let the Dominoes Fall, This Place and Disconnected are f'ing terrible.

And another thing; Matt Freeman may be one of the best bass players of all time, but he should NEVER EVER be allowed to sing. Sweet Jesus. His vocals and lyrics on LA River are awful beyond words. To sum it up, Rancid is one of the best punk rock bands ever, Let's Go, Out Come the Wolves and Life Won't Wait are genius, but I think it's time for them to call it a day. It's really hard for me to say that. Damn.

Eric from Oceanside, CA 
Nov 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Koffin Kats -Drunk In The Daylight CD
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Koffin Kats
Drunk In The Daylight CD

I've always liked the Koffin Kats but this is their best record by far. Faster, louder and harder than their other albums (see song "Loud and Hard"). If you've never heard them, they sound like a pissed off, satanic Elvis Presley fronting Tiger Army if they grew testicles and were high on a crapload of speed. Every song rocks. If you're a punk rock fan and are just getting into Psychobilly this is a good transition album, along with any album by the Gutter Demons. Those guys are the best psychobilly band in the world.

Eric from Oceanside, CA 
Nov 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Gutter Demons -Misery, Madness & Murder Lullabies CD
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Gutter Demons
Misery, Madness & Murder Lullabies CD

This is an awesome record. I don't understand why The Gutter Demons are not more popular. I think they're the best Psychobilly band out there today. This album, Enter the Demons and Room 209 are all awesome. Not a single bad song on any album. If you like the Nekromantix, Mad Sin or Tiger Army you'll like this. The Gutter Demons are a step above those bands (several steps above Tiger Army...what the hell was that last pile of crap they called a record?).

Best songs are House by the Cemetary and Firestarters. These guys are amazing. If you can find it, also get their other albums listed above. Enter the Demons is probably their best.

Eric from Oceanside, CA 
Nov 24 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Matadors -Sweet Revenge CD
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Matadors
Sweet Revenge CD

This is a decent record but not nearly as good as their last record, Horrorbilly 9000. Get that first. This album really has no standout songs; they all seem to blend together. Usually when listening to a new album for the first time I'm listening intently. With this one my mind was wondering. For really good, modern rockabilly try The Amazing Royal Crowns self titled album or Fight Songs by The Kings of Nuthin'. For awesome Psychobilly go with any album by the Gutter Demons or the Koffin Kats. Word.




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