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Link 80

The Struggle Continues

Asian Man 54

Released on February 29, 2000


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The long awaited sophomore release from LINK 80 is here. The new album features 14 tracks of blistering punk rock, soulful ska and aggressive hardcore.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Addiction Voted #3  12%
2 Evil Twin Voted #2  12%
3 Right Hook  7%
4 Intolerance  1%
5 Nothing New Voted #1  20%
6 Resist In G Minor  5%
7 Step Up  2%
8 Face Down  2%
9 My Girl  7%
10 Past Tense  9%
11 Time For A Change  1%
12 Tengo Nada  10%
13 Peril After Peril  1%
14 Unbroken  8%
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Katie from Prior Lake, MN 
Apr 3 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good cd, but not great. Nick's lyrics were a lot more heart-felt and meaningful. If you are going to buy a Link 80 cd, get 17 is fabulous!

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Scott from Fort Wayne, IN 
Jan 22 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's all right, the last half of the CD is better than the first in my opinion. Maybe I just like bands that don't have to scream in songs or something.... Anyways, it's not too bad, pretty average ska-punk I guess.

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Bobby from Carmel, NY 
Dec 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a great cd these guys mix pure punk, hardcore and ska together and come out with blazzing horns and vocals and the lyrics are really honest and relatable

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Daniel from Ammon, ID 
Nov 13 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Link 80 has the best hardcore ska punk I've ever heard. If you like punk or ska this is a must have. A mix of fast paced punk with hardcore ska, without this cd your cd collection is incomplete.

Evil Twin is a great song along with the rest of the them. If anyone knocks on this cd they don't know real music. A 5 without question.

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Joe from Leicester, United Kingdom 
May 22 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

When I bought this cd I didn't know if the ska and hardcore punk would be a god mix. But I was surprised to find that it blends really well in fact. The cover of Madness's song 'my girl' is really cool and theres a secret track at the end that rocks. Not great but certainly a very good 4 stars!

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Patrick from Corinthh, NY 
Feb 21 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd fucking rules!! I got this awhile back. I can't seem to get sick of it. Very nice blend of harcore punk and ska. Ryan has a very nice voice, although much different than Nick's. The music seems to be much more mature than the earlier stuff. The first five fucking tracks alone are worth the price. I love this cd!! If you are a fan of ska hardcore, or a fan of Link 80's older stuff, you should get this. It will not dissapoint. Five stars*****

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Alex from Park City, UT 
Feb 1 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Like whats his ass said, they replaced the lead singer very well. It is an awesome cd, but not as good as seventeen reasons.

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Tyler from Wausau, WI 
Jul 28 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is awesome. I hear too much crap about the "new lead singer" and "they aren't the same Link 80". In my opinion, they could not have replaced Nick with anyone better than Ryan Noble. The lyrics and vocals are amazing, as is the band's great horn section. Some of my favorites on the album are "addiction", "evil twin" and "intolerance". If you are a fan of either punk or ska, definitely buy this album.

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Carl from Mesa, AZ 
Jun 10 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Link 80 is a great ska-core band and I recommend this to anyone who even remotely likes Against All Authority. Pretty much the same shit, but sound is quite different in my opinion. Ive had the pleasure of seeing Link 80 live with both singers and both are great vocalists, but style kinda changes between the struggle continues and 17 reasons...but are both good cds, but I prefer this one. I just like Ryan's voice better. Anyways just buy this cd and support a great bunch of guys....


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Chris from Newry, PA 
Feb 5 2001 Rating: 1/5 Stars

When you see this cd just keep this in your head "do not by unless you music category blows." I don't recomend this album to anyone because mixes hardcore and ska "hu uh" not a good mix!

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