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Matthew from Livermore, CA 
Mar 10 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Diesel Boy -Sofa King Cool LP
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Diesel Boy
Sofa King Cool LP

Not as good as their previous album, Venus Envy, Sofa King Cool still hits hard. There are a few semi-annoying songs, such as From the Used Bin and Voyeurotica. From the Used Bin says pop culture reference after pop culture reference, making it very dated and cringing to listen to. Voyeurotica is about exactly that: watching a girl undress from outside her window. The humor is a little immature, but then again, that's what Diesel Boy is mostly about (the ending line says "nothing beats free pornography"). The rest of the album shines: pop punk songs either about girls, lost time, or various vices. There is an instrumental in the middle of the album that reprises at the end. I suppose every good punk rock album needs a violin-based instrumental. There is a cover of Dead Milkmen's Punk Rock Girl that is performed well. And of course there is a track, All About the Abes, with contributing singers (Jen Burns and Bracket Marty). My favorite song from Sofa King Cool? Chin Music, a nostalgic story of a violin that was played by a soldier long ago, put into an attic, and his child later discovering the same violin and playing it as well. A good album, but not quite as strong as Venus Envy.

Matthew from Livermore, CA 
Mar 9 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Mighty Mighty Bosstones -Impossible Dream/Next To Nothing (Interpunk Exclusive White Vinyl) 7

Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Impossible Dream/Next To Nothing (Interpunk Exclusive White Vinyl) 7"

I really enjoyed these songs! The Impossible Dream is a punk anthem about striving for greatness. Really inspirational and a joy to listen to, it makes me want to just wiggle about in my room as if I were in a circle pit. Even better is the more ska-traditional Next to Nothing. I like this B-side a lot more than the title track. It's quick, catchy, and sounds like the Bosstones at their best. It follows the same optimism of the previous song, this time looking forward to the future because nothing can be worse than what has already been endured. The Bosstones do a wonderful job creating two songs that are so in-your-face positive; and you don't even care because the music makes you feel happy enough to agree.




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