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Black Halos

We Are Not Alone

People Like You 153-2

Released on March 14, 2008

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THE BLACK HALOS are Vancouver's prime purveyors of punk rock n roll.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Disbelief  0%
2 Princess St. Princess  0%
3 Love And War  0%
4 We Are Not Alone  0%
5 Migraine  0%
6 Holes  0%
7 Suck City  0%
8 Monstrosity  0%
9 Madam Merlot  0%
10 Dreamboat  0%
11 Damaged Goods  0%
12 Download  0%
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Dan from Suwanee, GA 
Apr 12 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ah Canada's Black Halos! I actually haven't always liked these guys. I saw them open for The Queers a few years back, and I thought they were a total trainwreck, especially singer, Billy Hopeless. Think of an even more drunken/doped-up Dee Dee Ramone attempting a Stiv Bators stage presence, and that's what he was like. I didn't exactly like them, but I will admit that I was intrigued. Flash forward to almost a year ago, and friend of mine was playing me a comp tape he had made, and the song that really seemed to capture my attention was a cover of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers' "I Need to Know" by none other than The Black Halos. I had to have a copy of that cover so I broke down and bought Alive Without Control, their last album. Needless to say, I loved it, and then this record, We Are Not Alone, came out. I can say right now that this one is just as good as Alive Without Control. What's so great about The Halos is how they blend the old raunchy punk sound of The Dead Boys or, perhaps, the New York Dolls with a catchiness that's not far off from bands like The Queers, The McRackins, or The Parasites. This sound was very present on their last album, and it's still present on this one on songs like "Madame Merlot" and "Princess St. Princess". Of course, their primary NY punk influences shine through on the sleazy "Suck City" and the bitter "Damaged Goods". Basically, this record is an excellent buy if you like the old stuff and wish more bands played music in that vein.

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