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Street Brats

You'll Never Walk Alone

Full Breach 77 1

Released on December 10, 2004

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The new Street Brats 7" is finally here and it looks and sounds great! This is guaranteed to amaze fans of the Brats, and anyone not familiar with their new material and punk rock anthemic sound will love this as well. Their music seems to fall somewhere between the lines of more ‘77 influenced punk with hints of harder classic bands like the Cockney Rejects and Slaughter And The Dogs. Very anthemic and catchy street punk rock with tinges of Mike Ness, Joe Strummer, Hanoi Rocks, and the Ramones, all also being major influences of the band. They've been called "the best street punk combo to come out of Chicago's mean streets since the glory days of the Effigies,” with enough hooks, guitar twists, and sing-a-longs to satisfy anyone that's bored with all the watered down retro crap that's passing as ‘77 punk these days.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 You'll Never Walk Alone Voted #1  43%
2 I Remember Voted #3  27%
3 Mind Control Voted #2  30%
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Rene from La Habra, CA 
Aug 18 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Street Brats are one of my favorite bands, but this wasnt as good as I thought it would be. I would recommend Dead End Kids or See You At The Bottom .

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Daniel from Mary Esther, FL 
Feb 9 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is an ok e.p. Nothing special. Just a kinda generic '77 style type of sound. Only 3 songs. It may just be my copy, but song 3 skips on the record. I wouldn't waste the money on this, but I already did.

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Bradley from Dalton, GA 
Dec 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's the Street Brats. What can you say? When I first put this on for a spin, I wasn't too impressed by the title track, but it quickly grew on me. Mind Control and I Remember are great as well. So if this is your first experience with the Street Brats, you can't go wrong. Any release by them is bound to strike yer fancy.

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Nathan from San Diego, CA 
Apr 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Street Brats never cease to flatter me. Ever since I first saw them here in San Diego in 2003 with The Skeptix, I've been in love with '77 style punk. If it wasn't for them, I NEVER would of heard of The Exploding Hearts or The Stiffs. The songs on this 7" are alot more mature and creative than their other releases. In my opinion, this band is as revolutionary and unique as The Exploding Hearts (in their own way). I've grown out of most of the modern cliche punk bands such as The Casualties and other Punkcore Records bands but The Street Brats will stay with me for a long time.

I highly suggest buying this record if you are a fan of The Exploding Hearts or any other '77 style band.

I look foreward to the upcoming LP.

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Jeri from Waldorf, MD 
Jan 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

yawn...first thing i noticed about this single is the title. they stole it from the greatest fucking football (soccer) team in the world: liverpool. second off the song they do title youll never walk alone...couldent be more boring and watered down. a good 7" and i reccomend you buy it because i remember and mind control are really good songs.





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