This is the new 4 song ep from the Brooklyn punk hardcore machine. The band's sound is more diverse here and the lyrics are quite thoughtful. Don't be the last on your block to hear the final sounds of De La Hoya. (Released in conjunction with the band's last 3 shows in April 2002).
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Travis from Canton, NC
Nov 2 2013
Not quite as strong as their preceding album and EP, but it's decent nonetheless. The melody is there, the speed (for the most part) isn't. I wish some worthy label would PLEASE release a De La Hoya Discography already.