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Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Star Fucking Hipsters -Until We're Dead CD
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Star Fucking Hipsters
Until We're Dead CD

This might not be what you want to pick up if you're looking specifically for some Leftover Crack. It's a good album, but it isn't what you think it will be. With the exception of "The Path is Paved" (a weak track that throws the album off balance a bit), this is more ska/indie oriented than one would think of Stza Crack (known here as Sturg Fucking Hipster). The album really shines when the female vocalist Nic De Gaillo gets a chance to show her stuff. Songs like "Until We're Dead" and "Empty Lives" are still really good, but Stza's voice seems a little out of base with the slower music (he really shines in "Until We're Dead" and "Snitch to The Suture"), which is incredibly well played. I would recommend this to anyone who likes that crack rock steady sound, but beware that this isn't going to get your head bangin' so much as your hips swayin'.

Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Queers -Munki Brain CD
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Munki Brain CD

A good reason not to count the Queers out just because of that copy of "Beyond the Valley" you happened to get. It's poppy, catchy, and occasionally let's a glimmer of that old love songs for the retarded ferocity shine through. The only real downside is that songs like "Tangerine" (Ben Weasel's own contribution), "Houston We Have a Problem" and "I don't get it" are so bloody catchy you'll never get them out of your head.



Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Akiakane -Kasumisou CD
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Kasumisou CD

Easily one of the most amazing and original punk rock albums in my collection. I was fairly sure it would be average at best due to the language barrier (the album was rerecorded for asian man in english, but its really broken english), but the music is so catchy and passionate that I still feel I can understand the message. Maybe I'm wrong, but it does evoke emotion. The album is loud, angry, and catchy. I love every song on this album, although I had to get used to the shrill vocals in "clover".

I don't know if I can say anything else to do justice to this album, but my personal favorites are Fuckin' Media, Kaze to Tomoni, and Teepee. My only complaint is that the japanese version of "1945" (on their myspace) is quite a bit better. Also, Big Tree isn't on this album.

Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Mar 3 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Jets To Brazil -Orange Rhyming Dictionary CD
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Jets To Brazil
Orange Rhyming Dictionary CD

Damn good album, and easily the best out of the three JTB Cds. Catchy and more rock-fueled than Perfecting lonliness and four-cornered nights. songs like Conrad, I typed for miles, chinatown, starry configurations, and Crown of the valley all make this album worth the price. There might be two songs on this record i'm not big on. The songs are a little too lengthy for my taste, but that is too be expected with indie music.

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