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Brian from Waterville, ME 
Apr 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Dirty Water -Dirty Water CD
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Dirty Water
Dirty Water CD

I don't know how I missed this EP until a few months ago when I picked this up. This EP has some incredible songs. If you are a fan or Mark Lind or Ducky Boys, you probably already have this. The songs are well written and some of the most memorable collection of songs you can buy. I must admit they are still not quite what the Ducky Boys are, but this was one hell of an effort by Dirty Water. Dirty Water are a mix of pop-punk and "dirty" rock & roll. A great buy that you cannot go wrong with! If you are a fan of Mark Lind I also recommend his latest release "Compulsive Fuck Up" which you can only get here on Interpunk for $6 and worth every penny!

Brian from Waterville, ME 
Apr 11 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Calabrese -The Traveling Vampire Show CD
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The Traveling Vampire Show CD

Calabrese are a very promising band in the horror-punk genre. The songs are catchy and the vocals are not unlike AFI/Misfits. Honestly though, Calabrese could be so much better if they developed more of their own sound and avoided the path that so many horror punk bands follow......trying to be like the Misfits. The singer even looks like Glenn Danzig from the Lucifuge era of Danzig. I still think Calabrese is among the best horror punk bands and I look forward to the singer using more of his vocal talents on the next album. I also look forward to Calabrese taking on the task of more originality because they certainly have the talent amongst them to deliver quite possibly the best modern horror punk album in recent history. If you are already a fan of most horror punk bands then this will be slightly better than the rest so definitely give it a try.

Brian from Waterville, ME 
Apr 3 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars
Michale Graves -Return To Earth CD
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Michale Graves
Return To Earth CD

Michale did a great job with his last release "Punk Rock is Dead" but this album is missing something. The cd is not catchy and sounds mediocre. I am a HUGE fan of his Graves era stuff and prefer melodic punk rock. He does not use his vocal talents as he has in the past. I guess every artist is allowed to make a mediocre albume once but after one or two listens it will just be on the shelf collecting dust.

Brian from Waterville, ME 
Mar 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Mark Lind -Compulsive Fuck Up CD
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Mark Lind
Compulsive Fuck Up CD

I have been a "fan" of Mark Lind's music since 1999 when I bought "Dark Days" from The Ducky Boys and with each release his song writing keeps getting better. If you are a fan of No Gettin Out from the Ducky Boys and think that is his best work, this is not for you. The latest EP from Mr. Lind is mature, catchy and simple. Compulsive Fuck Up is a very moody and sincere release. Mark's lyrics are depressing at times yet easy to relate to. If you picked up Death or Jail (his last solo album) then this is an extension of that side of Mark obviously. The music is much darker and less "upbeat" but the hooks are amazing and you will catch your self singing the songs after the first or second listen. If there has to be that unavoidable comparison that people must have then I would say take the acoustic side of Bruce Springsteen with the catchiness of the Beatles with the lyrics of Lennon/Billy Joel (Piano Man era) and I mean these in the best possible way. Mark has crossed into uncharted territory with this release to where I would have to label him as a “Classic Punk Rock Singer/Songwriter”. Although I am only one year away from 30 years old I cannot see how you younger kids wouldn’t enjoy this. Each song is sung from the gut with Mark wearing his heart on his sleeve. For a completely DIY release, you will not find anything worth your $6 like this. Great songs, good raw production and solid packaging. Mark hit it right with this release and I am already looking forward to the next release. Highlights for this release are “Everything Falls Apart” which is the best song Mark has written and “On the Outside.” Definitely a 5 out of a 5. – Brian Kenyon

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