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Dynamite Boy

Finder's Keeper's

Fearless 43

Released on October 5, 1999

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This band from Austin, Texas has been around since 1995. Playing super catchy pop punk tunes about girls, love, love gone bad and other teenage issues. The music is super is melodic and will have you singing along instantly. "Finder's Keepers" is their second full length and was produced by Jim Goodwin ala Face to Face, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Aquabats, etc.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Julie H. Voted #2  19%
2 Charmed Voted #1  20%
3 29th & Rio Grande  6%
4 Hard Times Voted #3  11%
5 Trampoline  6%
6 Background  7%
7 Happy  5%
8 Avondale  5%
9 Someone Forgot  6%
10 Knockout  6%
11 Wonder  6%
12 Johnny's War  5%
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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Sep 4 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ah, Dynamite Boy. No one gives an eff about you anymore, but at one time you were opening for many not-yet-but-now-famous pop-punk bands. DB is pure bubblegummy girl-infected songs. Some is really catchy, some just flows together. This is the second time I've purchased the album, mostly for the art, and to bring back nostalgia of my younger days.

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Chester Lew from Upland, CA 
Oct 15 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A must have cd! Power Pop punk about teenage issues. I've seen them at the local shows at San Fransisco Ca. And they were kick ass! They stoked my attention at the first place co'z the vocalist and the drummer produced an unusual but yet sophisticated combination in my ear. This reminds me one of the bands from Tank Records. But the only different are the songs from this guys are far more than long than bands from Tank Records if you guys take my meaning. But the Ironic thing is they have the same issue. Dont you guys notice? Well, what else can i say..Buy this cd! hit it to your music player, be ready to get naked and lose streak while eating your cereals!! ROCK ON!!!

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Shane from Tukwila, WA 
Sep 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is really good punk rock, some songs lack a little but most are good, I recommend this if you like Saves the day, NFG. Also check out the band Teenage Puberty they sound a lot like them.

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Sammy from Lake Jackson, TX 
Jul 19 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oh my goodness, this cd kicks ass!!! It makes you wanna run around in a Wal-Mart with your pants down.Serious.Well maybe thats just me.This cd rocks!! It is way better than all that main stream punk with their gay lead singers that get there manhood chopped off so they can get to that high note(a.k.a. NFG ),which for some reason or another they are proud of.Bastards!!!!Too bad D.B. are not popular.;) I saw these dudes live and they are crazy!! if you ever see them, keep your eye on the little guitarist.He can reach some killer air!!! I think i wet everyone in a 5 foot radius.But to get serious,these guys are good.The strings dont over power the vocals(which is a real treat)and they have some awesome guitar solos.The lyrics will keep you singin for decades to come.The lead singer has a normal voice, but in its own little way, special.For all the above i gave it a 5.So get your butt on interpunk and buy the hizzzouse up!!

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Patricia from Baltimore, MD 
Apr 28 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I actually bought this because i love "somewhere in america" so much. At first it was hard to adjust since I was used to the sound of the other album, but now I can't get it out of my cd player! A great band with great songs on this record! Killer break downs will make you sing along for hours. I highly recommend buying this album, and can't wait till the new one comes out!

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Linda from North Pole, AK 
Nov 21 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album isn't bad. Granted, there is better stuff out there, but not terrible. Slightly generic, a small bit repititive, but only if you're really paying attention. More on the poppy side. I would recommend it to fans of Blink 182 and New Found Glory. Good choice for younger or baby punkers.

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Kristofer from Malmö, Sweden 
Nov 1 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pop band heavily influenced by the likes of The Ataris and early Green Day. "Finder's keeper's" features simple and catchy songs, a lot of sing-a-longs and some nice vocal harmonies. If you like their latest effort, "Somewhere in America", you might just as well check this out. Beautiful cover artwork!

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John from Elizabeth City, NC 
Oct 30 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Pretty good cd.....gets boring but if u r really into this style of music pick it up....im just into faster harder stuff.

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Matt from Poquoson, VA 
Oct 7 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great cd i have seen these guys twice and they were awesome both times, this cd kicks somewhere in americas ass.

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Jason from Tyngsboro, MA 
Apr 18 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Dynamite Boy gives you a reality check in this album. It's filled with powerful rhythms, upbeat tempos, and fantastic melodic vocals that blends together perfectly.

This is Dynamite Boy's first album, and it sums up what they are all about. Head bobbin', toe tappin' tunes that will have you playing this disc nonstop.

Dynamite Boy should hit the big time soon. Buy this album before you see them everyday on MTV.

 
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