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Enemy You

Stories Never Told

Red Scare 102

Released on November 23, 2004



$13.00
$7.99

After first debuting a few years back on "Four On The Floor" alongside Screeching Weasel, Teen Idols, and Moral Crux, The SF foursome is back with 14 new songs of West Coast punk. Until now, their most recent release was their out-of-print Fat Club 7", but they have returned in glorious form with a new label and a new record. It's their best stuff yet, just give it a listen!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 27 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Your Way  0%
2 We Are The Ones  0%
3 These Halls  0%
4 Money Makes The World Go Round  0%
5 East And West  0%
6 Somehting New  0%
7 Hope (I Don't Want Your)  0%
8 The Only One  0%
9 72 Hours  0%
10 Plastic  0%
11 Ex Machina  0%
12 The Promise Breakers  0%
13 Failing  0%
14 Status Quo  0%
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Chris from Cortland, IL 
Sep 6 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Pennywise? Don't insult a great band like Pennywise and compare them to this crap. This CD just plain out stinks. If you have to listen to Enemy You, get their older release and don't torture yourself with this crap.

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Scott from Adelaide, Australia 
Jul 11 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Meh! I cant overly say anything special about this cd because really its nuthin special at all! Its fast, its catchy its melodic, its punky, its basic and boring! I donno, i always loved the speedy punk bands but these guys are a bit bratty or sumthin. DOnt get me wrong its a cool listen just not my thing i dont think. Theyre a lil crusty and a lil bratty for me but theyre still are a couple of cool fast punk tracks on here! Get it if you like oldschool so cal type punk like the faster bad religion or pennywise tracks! Dont get it if your after a wicked speedcore band (i think i made up that genre!)

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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Jun 7 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good Pop-Punk cd. Fast, melodic, and good lyrics. A good debut album!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's Davey Jones...how can it NOT be good. 3 chord pop punk meets melodic skate punk. Just as good, if not better than their first record. Now how about reissuing all the AFS on one disc? Grab the Teenage Bottlerocket cd from this promising new label as well....now, hooker.

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Paul from Fontana, CA 
Apr 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd, is unlike a lot of the cd's I have, It is hard, and catchy, but all good! If you like just to rock out get this cd!!

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
Apr 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

very, very good stuff. people criticize it for sounds like bad religion and face to face. i personally think they do have influences but are original for the most part. all in all its a pretty damn good album.

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Henry from Guelph, ON Canada 
Apr 2 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is catchy, I just don't like it because it's more on the pop side.

The Only One and 72 hours are two good pop tracks. Status Quo, Your Way, Money Makes The World Go Round, are more angst-filled and political.

It's a good CD if you're into pop punk.

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Corey from Moncton, NB Canada 
Mar 28 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

OK sorry about the low stars but i had to get your attention. OK Heidi from Tacoma, WA ARE you NUTS? fans of Lookout records would like this. LOOKOUT records fucking sucks since Livermore left. I mean do you really think he'd sign Ted Leo and the Pharmasists? WHO the hell are they? I could shit on a candle and that would make a better sound. As for Enemy You Davey Jones is cool. A little too Bad Religony though.

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Charles from Van Nuys, CA 
Feb 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Remember when punk wasn't Top 40? This album does. "Stories Never Told" is a GREAT CD reminiscent of Bad Religion when they were still good. For the pop-punk fans, buy this album just for track 9 and you'll be glad you did!

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Feb 23 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Not as good as I hoped. The reviews really hyped it up. Its not bad but I give it 2 stars because 80% of the cd are Bad Religion rip offs and the other 20% are Face to Face rip offs. Even his voice and the way he sings seems like he is trying to be Greg Graffin. I would much rather listen to Bad Religions Suffer or No Control album, or the Face to Face Big Choice album.

 
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