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Disaster 9018

Released on April 15, 2003

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Hard-hitting and reliable, the BRIGGS are a punk rock Oi!-tinged outfit hailing from the Los Angeles underground. The band was formed in 1999 by brothers Jason (23, guitar & vox) and Joey LaRocca (21, vox & guitar) with Duck Matthews (25, bass & backing vox) and Chris X (21, drums). Their sound combines classic So Cal hardcore influences with the British sound of COCK SPARRER and the TOY DOLLS. In 2001 the BRIGGS released their self-produced debut album, Is This What You Believe?, which received amazing reviews. In 2002 they participated in the VANS WARPED TOUR, also appearing on the compilation of the same name. Numbers is their new sonic assault and this time it is produced by DUANE PETERS himself. This one is a great DISASTER release not to be missed.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 3rd World War Voted #1  17%
2 Media Control Voted #3  12%
3 Bored Teenager Voted #2  17%
4 Face Off  7%
5 Dead Men (Don't Tell Tales)  7%
6 Red Alert  8%
7 My Defense  4%
8 13197  6%
9 Voice Box  3%
10 Keep Us Alive  11%
11 Down  1%
12 Head Shrink, Dead Shrink  4%
13 These Streets  1%
14 Heroes By Choice  3%
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Joseph from Annapolis, MD 
Feb 12 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Briggs Are Awesome! Great Cd all the songs are great. Keep Us Alive is a the best song on the album. Makes u feel like a pirate when u listen to it!

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Daniel from Mary Esther, FL 
Jan 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's the Briggs. Need I say more? Their best album to date, with a shitload of great songs. If you don't have this, punch yourself in the face and get this.

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Santiago from Laguna Niguel, CA 
Oct 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Immediately when the beginning 3rdWW hits I pretty much stayed and listened to the whole cd but mainly the beginning of the cd. The vocals are really good too all raspy and shit. really good album and my first one. would really like to see these guys live and here a lot of these tracks which you would probably get the same feelin after listen to this cd. good punk album so click and add this item to ur cart.

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Timothy from Ballwin, MO 
Sep 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great punk rock, period. Combining West Coast hardcore, spirit of '77 punk, and classic Oi, the Briggs have created a unique and powerful sound that will kick your ass. The brothers LaRocca, along with Duck Matthews and Chirs X, have outdone themselves on this one. Musically and lyrically the albums rocks from start to finish. Although i liked some of the more popular songs from the record like Media Control and Bored Teenager, i found some of the more obscure songs like Voice Box, Keep us Alive, and Dead Men (Don't Tell Tales) to be the best on the album. All in all, it's a great record and a must have for punk fans. It doesn't matter if you like Cock SParrer or the Casualties, you'll like this record.

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Matt from Medina, TN 
Jul 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great punk rock anthems one after the other. I purchased Leaving the Ways when it was released on SOD, but this is my first Briggs full length. These guys are really talented, and it shows with Numbers. My favorite track is #1, but they're all good. For fans of Dropkick Murphys, Joe Strummer, and old school Rancid.

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David from Spotswood, Australia 
Mar 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are totally sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! real catchy singalong stuff........ mr D. Peters produced it... ballsy stuff!!!!!!!!1

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Matthew from Napier, New Zealand 
Nov 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

sick cd. if your into any street punk lars and the bastards etc you should get this. good sound coming from these guys and definately go see them if they are playing near you.

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Rosemary from Chesapeake, VA 
Nov 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jamshid(rosemary is my mom) THIS IS FUCKING AWSOME! worth every penny, sure maybe a little poppy BUT WHO FUCKING CARES? surly not me, so get this. TRUST ME, if im wrong write a review about how wrong i am.

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Danny from Carlotta, CA 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The Briggs are an awesome and very underrated band. I wouldn't call them 'Street Punk', they're more like 'Pop-Street-Punk'. They are a lot like Rancid, only with better vocals and worse musicianship. Anyone that likes Rancid, or bands that sound like Rancid should pick this album up.

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Brett from Duluth, MN 
Jul 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow. the only word that comes to mind when i hear the briggs. These guys could very well be the next rancid, if not better than rancid. I saw them with 7 seconds and picked up leaving the ways, which was even better, except for that whole 6 songs thing. Anyway, this cd is worth its weight in gold, so buy it. OI!

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