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Stop The Future

Fat Wreck Chords 689

Released on May 17, 2005


If Debbie Harry and Devo met and fell in love at a punk squat, then plotted to create a hybrid band in their likeness and image, they would be The EPOXIES! From their sound laboratory in Portland, Oregon, The EPOXIES transport us back to a time when there was not a distinction between punk rock and new wave. Led by the spastically melodic vocals of Roxy Epoxie, the band blends the traditional tools of punk rock (guitar, bass, and drums) with vintage monophonic synthesizers! On their second full length, The EPOXIES command us to Stop The Future. If the thirteen songs on this album are not enough to bring you to the other side, then certainly the bands live show will. Fog machines, laser tunnels, and strobe lights work in unison as the band, dressed in vinyl and wrapped in electrical tape, pump out dance punk rock that stimulates something instinctual deep in the brain stem which will not allow you to stand still!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Radiation Voted #1  29%
2 This Day  1%
3 Synthesized Voted #2  12%
4 Robot Man  6%
5 Wind Me Up  8%
6 Everything Looks Beautiful On Video  8%
7 Stop The Future  5%
8 Struggle Like No Other  10%
9 No Interest  1%
10 You Kill Me Voted #3  12%
11 At The Seams  0%
12 It's You  3%
13 Toys  5%
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Nick from Chehalis, WA 
Apr 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are really fun, both live and on the stereo. electronic pop punk craziness. i recomend it.

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Jordan from Belleville, IL 
May 24 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not nearly as good as Epoxies first album, but still alright. It seemed to me like Roxy was very dull on this album. She needs to be singing at the top of her lungs and going crazy like she did on the s/t. 3/5

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Ricardo from Round Rock, TX 
Dec 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

whoa man... this is sick... it does sound like blondie and devo... its amazing... its unique... it rocks... what a great sound they created on this record... hurry up and buy it... give it a 5

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Stephen from Philadelphia, PA 
Dec 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Just saw them live open for against me! the got alot of middle fingers thrown there way and they all had crazy suits on and roxy opoxie was getting angry then against me came on and rip the joint jawesome

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Bruce from Lovettsville, VA 
Dec 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD was extremely jawesome. Its really jawesome punk with synthesizers and a female singer, Roxy Epoxy. She is jawesome also. The artwork is really jawesome. Its one of those Cds that when you get it it is all you listen to for about a month. All in all this CD is jawesome to the Max Rapid Fire.

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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Nov 19 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I'm not a big fan of this. However, if you like the drop kick murphies with a girl singer, or rather the Tossers, you would like this album.

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Sean from West Hollywood, CA 
Jul 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I fell in love with the Epoxies after an amazing live show at The Eagle in San Francisco, where I purchased their first, eponymous CD, "Epoxies". The Ramones + Devo + Siouxie Sioux = super fun happy time making! Their second CD, "Stop the Future", lives up to, and surpasses their first. The extra polish in production does nothing to diminish their ultra-caffeinated style or the-future-is-plastic song content. Roxy Epoxy is in great voice here, and the slightly new line up (Goodbye Dr. Grip and Kid Polymer, hello Ray Cathode and Shock Diode) is still super tight. If we could somehow figure out a way to get these folks some radio play, I think they'd catch on and become the success story they deserve to be.

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Lisa from Oakland, CA 
Jun 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've been waiting for this cd for what seems forever...three years! I was a bit worried with the Epoxies move from dirtnap to fat rec., but thankfully they delivered an awesome second cd, maybe better than the first? So far (i've only had the cd for a few days) Radiation, Synthesized and Wind Me Up are the stand out songs. Oh, and after a little online research it appears that there's a Scorpions cover...Robot Man, totally weird and great. If you like punk rock, Souxie, Devo, and Adam and the Ants, then this is for you. With all the new 80's retro bands, it's a relief to find one like The Epoxies who are actually fun and not so serious. See them live if you want to dance and freak out 80's style.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
May 23 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I had very high expectations for this record simply because the Epoxies last release on Dirtnap Records was so refreshing. However, I'm tad bit dissapointed with this release. I like the robots cover song and "Everything Looks Beautiful In Video". I have listened to this CD about five times now and I just can't get into some of the songs. I think this band is very capable of making a classic album. They just haven't done it yet. The Epoxies imagery, photos, artwork is beautiful, but they need to bring those elements alive in their music.

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