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Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jan 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Cadillac Blindside -These Liquid Lungs CD
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Cadillac Blindside
These Liquid Lungs CD

This is "emo" for people who hate emo. But to glibly classify it as any one cozy sub-genre of punk is to do this band and this album a great injustice. Cadillac Blindside combine gloomy-as-hell lyrics with catchy melodies (kind of like Saves The Day, only these guys are better). But if you're into The Get Up Kids, Saves The Day, Alkaline Trio, Thursday, etc., you should check this band out. (PS - Unforunately, this band broke up a few months ago...)

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jan 10 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Get Up Kids -Four Minute Mile (Remastered) CD
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Get Up Kids
Four Minute Mile (Remastered) CD

Long before the Get Up Kids decided to become the Old 97's (and that's not necessarily a bad thing), they made albums with crunchy guitars, great hooks, and a great deal of energy. This is the first of two such albums. This record is not as complete as "Something To Write Home About", but its first four tracks alone make it a great listen.

If you prefer "On A Wire" to "Something To...", you probably won't be crazy about this album. But if you have even a slight interest in the Get Up Kids, this album is worth a listen.

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jun 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars
No Use For A Name -More Betterness CD
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No Use For A Name
More Betterness CD

This is NUFAN's finest work so far. This record is melodic without being pop, somewhat mellow but still punk, and simply excellent all around (with the exception of a God-awful cover of The Pogues' "Fairytale Of New York". Worth every penny. (Fans of the Alkaline Trio would probably like these guys.)

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Apr 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars
V/A -Another Year On The Streets Vol. 2 CD
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V/A
Another Year On The Streets Vol. 2 CD

This is Vagrant's best compilation yet. Every track on here is incredible (with the possible exceptions of those by Rocket From The Crypt and Viva Death). The CD has first class songs from Saves The Day (including the previously unreleased "Ups & Downs"), Get Up Kids, Dashboard, Alkaline Trio, and so on. Like the other two Vagrant "Streets" comps, this disc features nearly two dozen great tracks, all for under $7. You really can't go wrong with this or any of the others.

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Sep 20 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Ozma -Rock And Roll Part Three CD
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Ozma
Rock And Roll Part Three CD

There's absolutely no denying the fact that Ozma sound a lot like Weezer. But who ever said that a Weezer influence is a bad thing? This CD has a bunch of great tracks, including "Domino Effect", "Battlescars", and "Baseball". It's simply a fun and uplifting powerpop record that is worth many repeated listens.

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Aug 13 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars
V/A -Another Year On The Streets CD
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V/A
Another Year On The Streets CD

Easily one of the best punk comps in recent memory, this Vagrant sampler is an awesome value ($5 for almost 20 great tracks?). The Alkaline Trio and Saves The Day really steal the show from the other bands (just listen to "Crawl" or "Sell My Old Clothes..."). Also of note is Face To Face's cover of The Pogues' "Sunny Side Of The Street". There's an alternate version of the Get Up Kids' homage to the Pee Wee Herman movies, "I'm A Loner Dottie, A Rebel", which is excellent as well. If you're a fan of Vagrant or any of the bands on this comp, you can't go wrong when picking this up.

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jul 17 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Arthur -Loneliness is Bliss CD
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Arthur
Loneliness is Bliss CD

This EP from MxPx's side project, Arthur, is a decent musical experiment. "Self Evaluation" and "All My Life" are sure to please any MxPx fan. But the slow, melancholy tracks that make up most of "Loneliness Is Bliss" are not for casual listeners. The EP is also far less tuneful than the usual MxPx release. So, if you're a big fan of Mike Herrera and Co., I advise you to pick this one up. But if you aren't very familiar with MxPx, try "Life In General" or "Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo."

Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jun 25 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars
V/A -Five Years On The Streets CD
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V/A
Five Years On The Streets CD

This nifty little sampler CD from Vagrant Records is a good deal at only $5.25. Listen to Blink 182's cover of Billy Idol's "Dancing With Myself", or MxPx's cover of "Blue Moon". The Hippos' incredible "Far Behind" is included here, as is an excellent live track from Face To Face. There are some low points on this compilation (a couple of weak tracks from the Gotohells, and a goofy cover of "Goody Two Shoes" by Unwritten Law), but all in all the CD is a good value. It might also turn you on to some new bands you hadn't heard before.

 
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