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Roger Miret And The Disasters

Roger Miret And The Disasters

Hellcat 80447

Released on September 10, 2002


At the dawn of the '80s, New York City was mired in debt and crime, one of the most trying periods in its history, but it’s underground music scene was extremely active. 100s of kids living in Manhattan and it’s boroughs began forming rock groups to rail against the dangers of urban life. Through the early years of Reaganomics, New York became a melting pot/hub for a flourishing hardcore scene, dubbed N.Y.H.C. (New York hardcore). At the forefront of this scene was fronted by Roger Miret, whose assault and socio-political rants came to epitomize the essence of the NY hardcore style. Roger Miret and the Disasters is street punk, not hardcore. Roger’s approach is not unlike Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards. Great street anthems, hooks and great punk style. For Punk Rockers. Fans of Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards, Give ‘Em The Boot comps. The Dropkick Murphy’s, Tiger Army, The Business, Swingin’ Utters, The Forgotten.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Run Johnny Run  7%
2 Kiss Kiss Kill Kill  5%
3 Give 'Em The Boot Voted #1  23%
4 Radio, Radio  1%
5 It's Alright  11%
6 Boys Will Be Boys  3%
7 Screw You Voted #3  12%
8 Smash It Up  5%
9 Punch The Clock  9%
10 Gal Friend  0%
11 Just Us  2%
12 Break Away  0%
13 Look At Me  2%
14 NY Belongs To Me Voted #2  20%
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Jeff from Austin, TX 
Aug 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ya... Its Not Lars And The bastards. Its better. Way better. So damn much better that this is my forth copy, 'cause it keeps getting stolen. If your expecting Agnostic Front, its not. Its Roger Miret putting his music to another style of punk. And if you havnt caught them on the road yet, your missing one hell of a show.

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Matt from Jackson, TN 
Aug 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I agree with Daniel from Florida. This is Roger Miret at his best. I love The Disasters. They sound pissed off, and that makes me happy. This is probably as good or better than "1984". Just good street punk.

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Kyle from Robinson, TX 
Oct 24 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is great street punk... the songs are fast and hard with great guitar and with Roger Miret on vox you just cant lose... the only complaint I had was the love song "Galfriend"... it's not so good... otherwise this album is more than worth the purchase!

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Christina from Clifton Park, NY 
May 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

love the ripping guitar and wailing vocals by miret even though some people might say it sucks since it came from hellcat but those people are idiots

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Daniel from Jupiter, FL 
Apr 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You should consider what Jerry from Illinois thinks to be irrelevant. This is a great street punk cd. Ive always loved Roger Mirets voice, but was never the biggest Agnostic Front fan, so this was perfect for me. Rather than the NYHC style that agnostic front plays, this is more of an oi/street punk sounding record. There are one or two weak tracks on the cd, but overall its excellent. Just us is an amazing song, probbly my favorite. Imagine Roger Miret singing for the Pinkerton Thugs or old One Man Army, and youll know what to expect. One of the better cds ive bought in a while. PIck this up, definitely.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Jul 7 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This is a pretty below average album. I probably listened to it 2 or 3 times, then I buried it at the bottom of my CD collection. Just stick with the Agnostic Front albums, this is nothing but a throw away side project. Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards it ain't, that's for sure!

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