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Andrew from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Jun 14 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Rancid -B Sides And C Sides CD
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B Sides And C Sides CD

Yes, the guys of Rancid have been busy with their individual projects (a la Transplans, LFATB, Freeman with Social D, etc). However, Rancid fans have waiting for over five years since Indestructible came out. This album gives us something to taste in the meantime, and it is incredible. Several songs are seen on other albums, especially on the Give Em The Boot, Punk-O-Rama and Fat Music For Fat People Series'. Many of the songs are pretty rare and range from the early straightforward punk to Op Ivy inspired ska to post-Indestructible Rancid. Great album with virtually no songs that went mainstream (maybe with the exception of I Wanna Riot featured in Beavis and Butthead Do America). A must buy for Rancid fans.

Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
May 1 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Specials & Friends -Concrete Jungle CD
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Specials & Friends
Concrete Jungle CD

If you're a two-tone fan, this is something that should be an immediate purchase. The Specials redefined ska and set a standard that few will ever come close to. On disc one, the first half of the CD is of the Covnenty Automatics, which is the band minus Neville Staple. The last half of the first disc has some of the very best of the Specials and shows the transformation. Concrete Jungle's second disc features Desmond Dekker songs along with the Specials/English Beat comb band known as the Special Beat, which has a good selection of ska songs period. Disc Two is great because of Desmond Dekker, and the whole album is a must buy.

Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
May 13 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Danzig -Danzig [Explicit Content] CD
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Danzig [Explicit Content] CD

Danzig's best cd by far. "Mother" is the most popular Danzig song, yet there are plenty of other solid songs on here. Quality metal/hard rock if you're into it, and has the dark accent of the Misfits. Glenn Danzig is a genius and he knows how to make you want to kick someone's ass.

Andrew from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Apr 24 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Mad Sin -Survival Of The Sickest CD
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Mad Sin
Survival Of The Sickest CD

This album is definitely the epitomy of psychobilly. A very good album with some impressive stand-up bass. Loud, fast, in-your-face kind of music. Some really great songs including "Communication Breakdown," which features Nick 13 of Tiger Army as backing vocals. Only knock on this album is that it kind of sounds the same, but that could just be me.

Andrew from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Apr 19 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars
Living End -Living End CD
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Living End
Living End CD

I hear "Prisoner of Society" and bought this album shortly afterwards. Though "Prisoner of Society" is a great song, and perhaps an instant classic, the rest of the album is very mediocre. The band seems to be stuck between a roaring punk band, a ska band featuring an upright bass and a pop/punk band. Their guitarist is phenomenal, but I just see the Living End as becoming mainstream. They have a lot of talent and could do a lot with their amazing guitarist and the upright bass is unique, but overall, spend your money on a different band.

Andrew from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Apr 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Aggrolites -Aggrolites CD
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Aggrolites CD

From the day I heard this album, I have had a hard time not listening to it. I'm predicting that the Aggrolites are going to become pretty popular. Jesse Wagner's voice is like James Brown meets Ska/Reggae. Roger Rivas is a master on the organ, and live, he is even more amazing. These songs are very, very catchy and you'll find yourself having the songs stuck in your head for days. Perhaps the only thing they lack, if anything, is the lack of guitar usage. Even so, reggae and ska is about skanking, and they make up for it with the vocals and organ. Some songs have very few lyrics, but the instrumentals alone will make you want to get up on your feet and start dancing. Once you hear this album, you'll feel the need to see them live and you will become part of the dancing crowd.

Andrew from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Apr 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
AFI -Black Sails In The Sunset CD
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Black Sails In The Sunset CD

This was the album that originally got me into AFI and one of the first punk albums I owned. To me, this was the first AFI album that was a completely serious album and turned to more of their dark image as opposed to albums before that featured comical lyrics and just seemed less serious. Though this is not as hard as their first few albums, it is, in my opinion, AFI's best album (I'm not a fan of the last two albums). If you like AFI, this is a must buy. Everything from Havok's deep, cutting lyrics, Adam Carson's brilliant drumming and classic group chanting/singing, this is what AFI is about.

Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 19 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards -Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards CD
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Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards
Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards CD

A very solid album overall. Lars Frederiksen is kind of the "other" guy from Rancid as he came into Rancid after a few years. This album shows his background and is more 80's metal (Motorhead) than a straight up punk album. "To Have or Have Not" is a classic and is often played at Rancid shows. "Dead American" and "Skunx" are great songs as well.

Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Pogues -Very Best Of The Pogues CD
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Very Best Of The Pogues CD

These are the guys who essentially started the Celtic Punk movement. This album does have a pretty good amount of the best of the Pogues, so it is a pretty definitive Pogues album. If you're into Celtic Punk, it is not certain that you will like the Pogues. If you're strictly about punk, you might not be a fan, but if you love or even appreciate the traditional aspect, this is a great album. Personally I'd recommed Rum, Sodomy and the Lash as most of those songs are on this album and Rum, ... has Billy Bones (Dropkicks redid the song very well).

Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
V/A -Give 'em The Boot 3 CD
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Give 'em The Boot 3 CD

Another one of Armstrong's great compilations with the feel of Punk-O-Rama mixed with the diversity of the Hellcat Label. Number 3 is roughly split into the first half punk, a few psychobilly and the last half is ska/reggae. One of the most diverse in the series, but features the last Give 'em The Boot with the Distillers, the great Joe Strummer and even a song from the short-lived Devil's Brigade (original Rancid trio playing psychobilly). One of those types of CDs that you can listen to over and over and your ADD will be satisified.

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