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Bronx III

Original Signal 12

Released on November 11, 2008

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Their latest effort - The Bronx (the band's third self-titled album) continues the band's tradition of creating blistering, white-hot rock that kicks you in the loins to make you move, and slaps you in the head to make you think!

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Knifeman Voted #1  33%
2 Inveigh  0%
3 Past Lives Voted #3  17%
4 Enemy Mind  0%
5 Pleasure Seekers  17%
6 Six Days A Week Voted #2  22%
7 Young Bloods  0%
8 Ship High In Transit  6%
9 Minutes In Night  0%
10 Spanish Handshake  0%
11 Digital Leash  6%
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Craig from Moorestown, NJ 
Nov 17 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Bronx have perfected walking that line between 80's hardcore punk and straight up rock n' roll. Instantly the first two bands that came to mind when hearing this were, Black Flag and The Stooges. This new album eases up a little bit on the viciousness of their first album, but it's still a good record to listen to too loud and for breakin' shit, which is required for any great punk rock record.

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