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Enemies

Seize The Day

Lookout! 278

Released on July 30, 2002

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The Enemies are from Oakland, California. This is their second full-length album and follows up their split CD with Pitch Black, released on Lookout! last year. The band has continued to develop their refreshing original sound, gaining ingenuity and intensity. The music is dark, yet catchy and the melodic songs get stuck in your head while the powerful, hardcore sensibilities make you clench your fits and throw punches at the sky.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Palm Of My Hand Voted #1  23%
2 Something To Lose  6%
3 4 AM Voted #2  15%
4 Broken  0%
5 She's A Mess  0%
6 East 14th  10%
7 Moving On  10%
8 Checkmate Voted #3  15%
9 Jocklip  0%
10 Through Jaded Eyes  6%
11 Burn The Page  6%
12 Last Rights  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 30 to vote for your favorite songs

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Brian from Sullivan, IN 
Feb 22 2013 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Eh. I got it for $2, so I can't really complain I guess. But this just isn't punk enough for me. In the second review the guy said they were a hardcore punk band, which I disagree with. I'd call it rough-pop-punk. I don't know. Everybody's entitled to their own opinion, but when I think of hardcore punk, this doesn't come to mind. I got three or four decent songs out of it though, and I'd pay $2 just for them. Give it a try, it isn't a total waste of money, you may like it ect. Geesh.

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Cynthia from Houston, TX 
Apr 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are very good. a great comeback band for a record label that sort of dissapeard after op ivy broke up.(new logo ha)it has that look out sound but they are original in ther own way. pinhead gunpowder meets strung out in my opinion. this is russell not cynthia.

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Eric from Alhambra, CA 
Feb 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Eastbay punk at its finest! what can i say about this band? Bands like the casualties and the unseen are part of a trendy streetpunk invasion, putting punkrock on the agenda of every hottopic in the usa. The enemies are far by one of the best new hardcore punk bands out there, this band features a drummer from the uk. subs and the bass player of neurosis, you'll never see a band like this at hottopic, its awesome and its kept secret the way punk rock should be.

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Kevin from Monroe Township, NJ 
Aug 13 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a good album. It's one of those you'll pop in every once in a while because you know it's worth listening to through till the end...however it's not an album you'll always have in the player, for me at least. It kinda reminds me of Descendents and 1208. It's worth giving them a try.





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