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Mark from Lafayette, LA 
Jul 5 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Creeps -Back To The 'Bin CD
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Creeps
Back To The 'Bin CD

Great follow up to 'Gamma Gamma Ray'. This one has a darker feel to it...both musically and lyrically. The gritty production adds to it. When I first heard these guys, they reminded me of the Lillingtons (sorry guys) 'DBTV' era...with poppy numbers alongside spy tunes. 'Back To The 'Bin' rids a lot of the pop tendencies and brings more 'balls to the wall' sounding tunes...without losing melody. If you like 3 chord pop punk (Riverdales, Lillingtons, SW), then this is up your alley. Favorite song: 'Henchmen'.

Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Enemy You -Stories Never Told CD
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Enemy You
Stories Never Told CD

It's Davey Jones...how can it NOT be good. 3 chord pop punk meets melodic skate punk. Just as good, if not better than their first record. Now how about reissuing all the AFS on one disc? Grab the Teenage Bottlerocket cd from this promising new label as well....now, hooker.

Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars
Vapids/Riptides -Split CD
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Vapids/Riptides
Split CD

While I dug the Riptides 'Drop Out' and (somewhat) Vapids 'Charm School Dropout', I didn't care for this one too much. Both bands turn out (from what I hear) forced tunes. There's a few in the bunch that are good ('Joe Queer' being one), but nothing to write home about. Bad production and playing (at least for the Riptides, their drummer isn't too great). Mediocre at best. Check out the full lengths before getting this. Poop.

Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Bullet Treatment -What More Do You Want ? CD
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Bullet Treatment
What More Do You Want ? CD

This one tore me a new asshole. Furious hardcore with 'I eat sandpaper and glass' vocals. Harsh. The songs start to sound the same towards the end, but it's over in 12 minutes....before your emo ass can complain. Nice Circle Jerks cover as well. The only downside, I'd say, is the production....a little too glossy. For fans of Out Cold, Redemption 87 (?).....you get the picture. It's cheap....buy it.

Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
John Stamos Project -North American All-Stars CD
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John Stamos Project
North American All-Stars CD

Surprised the piss out of me, seeing as I really didn't care for their first album too much. Catchy 3 chord pop punk. 8 songs in 12 minutes. Too cheap NOT to buy. Get to crackin'.

Mark from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Creeps -Gamma Gamma Ray CD
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Creeps
Gamma Gamma Ray CD

Another dose of 3 chord rocket science, which is a good thing. Definite Lillingtons feel, I find. These guys keep it simple and catchy as all hell. Better than all this regurgitated emometalmathcrapangularhaircut core garbage that people dig. Back to the roots, bitch.




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