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Roger Miret And The Disasters

My Riot

Sailor's Grave 011

Released on August 22, 2006


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"Let me take you by the hand, back to the streets of New York City," is the opening line from Roger Miret and the Disasters' third album, My Riot. The Disasters represent an honesty rarely seen in music today. A sound which can only come straight from the heart of New York Hardcore's most legendary front man, a sound which can never be replicated or imitated, a sound which can only come from true life experiences. From someone who was there for the birth of, and lived through the most turbulent times of, one of the most honest genres of music. A genre that's viewed by most as a lifestyle. Their new album, My Riot sees the band exploring even more styles than ever before, including Reggae, Acoustic and straight up Rock 'n Roll. "We've always tried to do something different, something the fans weren't necessarily expecting. That's how we've kept the band's sound so fresh over the years." With the release of My Riot, Roger Miret and The Disasters are ready to prove that there is still a place in the world for true, honest Street Punk, Rock 'n Roll! Features guest appearances by members of Dropkick Murphys (Al Barr), Rancid (Lars Frederickson), Horrorpops (Patricia Day) and The Slackers (Vic Ruggerio)

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Warning! Warning! Voted #1  17%
2 Roots Rockin' Roll  0%
3 My Riot!  6%
4 Noho Soho  11%
5 Ramones  0%
6 Janie And Johnny Voted #2  17%
7 Everything I Do  6%
8 Once Were Warriors  0%
9 Straight Jacket  11%
10 Fxxx You Voted #3  17%
11 R.F.F.R.  0%
12 Pride  17%
13 Emily  0%
14 Another Generation  0%
15 TV News  0%
16 Runaway Reggae Remix  0%
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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 27 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I first heard this record streaming at punknews and knew that I had to have it! The third full length from the Disasters led my Agnostic Front vocalist Roger Miret. First release after leaving Hellcat and then Epitaph for Sailor’s Grave. Straight up catchy ass street punk rock ‘n’ roll! Excellent. Roger shows his roots on songs like "Ramones". Its got tons of guest artists like vocals from Lars Frederiksen (Rancid) on "Roots Rockn' Roll", organ from Vic Ruggiero (Slackers) on "My Riot", "Janie and Johnny", and "Runaway Reggae Mix" and piano on "Warning! Warning!", vocals from Patricia Day (Horrorpops) on "R.F.F.R.", guitar from fellow Horrorpop and Patricia's husband Kim Nekroman (Horrorpops, Nekromantix) on "R.F.F.R.", and vocals from Al Barr (Dropkick Murphys) on "Once Were Warriors". Even though its not the fastest, "Once Were Warriors" might be the best song on the record because it goes and then slows down with just guitar and has clapping then builds back up and ends. (Although there is also clapping in "Pride"). Lyrics are pretty standard for Miret with keeping to the streets and New York and stuff but also stuff about being a young punk like "My Riot" etc. just like looking back at his life. "Emily" is about his wife whom he married 6 days before this record dropped. There is an acoustic song on here, "Everything I Do", track 7. That song is short but it is not the shortest on the record. That award goes to "Fuck You" clocking in at :50. The last track, "Runaway Reggae Remix" is a different version of track 6, "Janie and Johnny". Its much slower and has a dub beat with hollow drums and the whole 9 yards, hence the one minute longer than the original. You may recognize this "Janie Hawk" character from track 12 of the previous Disaster's record "1984" that dropped exactly a year and a half before this one.

Overall fantastic street punk rock and roll record. Do not expect Agnostic Front because this is a punk record not a hardcore record. Clocks in at 33:24 and comes with lyric book. CD is enhanced with the music video for "My Riot" on it.

Roger likes to Riot, eh?

Also came with free poster, thanks to interpunk pre-orders!

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Danny from Long Beach, CA 
Aug 15 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great album. roger and the disasters bring us some great punk rock once again. although i had a bad feeling about the album at first, it has turned out to be my favorite so far by the disasters. the whole album flows steady and is the same style as their previous records. stand out tracks are "noho soho", "tv news", "roots rocknroll" with lars, and "fuck you" which kicks you in the fuckin face and makes you want to hop in the pit. all in all a great album, must have for any disasters fans.

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Jonathan from Albuquerque, NM 
Jun 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you put the Ramones and Agnostic Front in a blender you would have Roger Miret and the Disasters. They keep getting a little more talented and diverse.

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Matt from Medina, TN 
Oct 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't know what it is about the Disasters. I cannot get enough of these guys. Every release gets better and better. My Riot has reggae, acoustic, punk, and straight up rock n roll. In your face the whole album. Roger Miret and the Disasters is kick ass punk. Get this and everything else from these guys.





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