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A Global Threat

Where The Sun Never Sets

BYO 109

Released on February 7, 2006


A Global Threat has been a household name in the underground punk community for the past 9 years. Sharing the stage with bands like Dropkick Murphy's, Strike Anywhere, The Casualties and The Unseen, who AGT has also shared many members with, A Global Threat has been relentless on the road as well as in the studio. Having already released 3 full lengths through labels like Punk Core, ADD and Rodent Popsicle, AGT enters the BYO family with a loyal fanbase and a few notches on their spiked belt to boot!

Hailing from Boston, the hotbed of punk bands, AGT has quickly become one of the most exciting up and coming bands of the area. Combining old school punk rock with hardcore metal riffs, AGT has created an original sound that transcends their counterparts.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 21 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 AGT Crew Voted #3  8%
2 Scalped By Pop  2%
3 Nothing Good To Say  2%
4 Cut Ups Voted #1  24%
5 Some Nerve  5%
6 Stock In The Skull  5%
7 Running Man  8%
8 Making Enemies  6%
9 Free Will Voted #2  9%
10 Set Up  7%
11 One Way Street  1%
12 Not A Dime To Drop  3%
13 Friendly Fire  5%
14 Channel 34  3%
15 Everything Is Wonderful  8%
16 EFG  1%
17 I Don't Want It All  3%
18 AGT End  1%
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Jason from Mcallen, TX 
Mar 9 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This was an alright album. Not like any of AFT's original stuff. It has more of an 80's Hardcore sound than their usua streetpunk stuff. It's a good album but dont make this your first AGT purchase if you like their punkier stuff. The songs that sound closest to their original stuff on this album have to be Free Will and AGT Crew.

Must buy but not a first priority

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Sean from Birdsboro, PA 
Nov 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good CD, coulda been better. It got boring at points, but I like the style. Get What the Fuck Will Change, definitely AGT's best.

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Sonam from Houston, TX 
Jul 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is awesome and global threat is always so fast,and i love "Freewill" its really good,you should buy this cd

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Steve from Lasalle, ON Canada 
Jul 6 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's ok. I'm an AGT fan as well as Self Destruct, and i prefer the old AGT, faster, like Until We Die. This just kind of has a different sound to it, not as good as other AGT, kinda slowed down, too melodic, but the lyrics are good. It's respectable cause it more of an individual sound, but not something I'd listen to alot.

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Chris from Waldport, OR 
May 4 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Meh...Not my favorite album. Its not very fast which I liked about the other albums. This album has a unique sound though, kind of creepy. Yep, not much to say, Im probably being generous by giving it 3 stars.

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Josh from Lockport, IL 
Mar 23 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Plain and Simple this is AGT. Quick Boston style hardcore/ punk. Their sound hasnt changed and they are still the same old Threat (well... minus Mark Unseen that is). Despite the lineup changes, this CD is good if you like the Hardcore/ Streetpunk style music.

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Patrick from Rocky Face, GA 
Mar 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This IS a great album, I loved every song on this cd. Infact everything AGT does is good, I haven't ever been disapointed in anything they have done. The words are good, smart, and original, and the music isn't jsut ypical fast punk...I like the way Bryan did things with this album. It was a great buy!

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Mark Adam from Troy, TN 
Mar 12 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This Album, is nothing at all like the older AGT. People have been comparing it to the Earache/pass the time E.P. But I have that and to mean, this still is really different from even that 7inch. The first time I listen to the cd I honestly felt kinda disappointed, only liked a few songs and even questioned if i should have spent my money on... However I picked it up the next day and gave it another shot. That time around the cd was much better and to be honest made a lot more sense, the lryics just didnt seem to click in my head the first time around. So in Short, its nothing like the old AGT at all so dont expect to hear another "Flase Patriot" or "We're all Equal in the end" becuase its not there, however this is still a very good cd, its just different. Weather that's a good thing or a bad thing is for you to decied. As for me I dont know if its better or worse its just a change thats still slowly growing on me..

Over all it msucially it sounds like a older 80's hardcore album... Notable songs are Scalped by pop, Cut-ups. Keep Dancing, Channel 34, one way street, Set up, and a few others... well hell actually all the songs are good.

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Angela from Galway, Ireland 
Mar 5 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Its Mike not Angela, This is a totally different sounding A Global Threat than the past albums but I think its defitnetly one of their best if not best. Theyve slowed down a bit and arent as heavy and are even more melodic. This album has a lil more of an oldschool hardcore feel to it with great riffs. Great lyrics too.This is a great record.

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Edward from Apo, AE 
Mar 3 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I had never heard of A Global Threat before and after buying this cd, I can say it was a great punk album. I recommend for fans of So-Cal Punk.

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