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Where The Sun Never Sets

A Global ThreatAudio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (February 7, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Better Youth Org.
  • ASIN: B000CR7SBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,665 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. AGT Crew
2. Scalped By Pop
3. Keep Dancing
4. Cut-Ups
5. Some Nerve
6. Stuck In The Skull
7. The Running Man
8. Making Enemies
9. Free Will
10. Set Up
11. One Way Street
12. Not A Time To Drop
13. Friendly Fire
14. Channel 34
15. Everything Is Wonderful
16. Not Those Kids
17. I Don't Want It All
18. Bonus Track 1

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On the album-opening song by Boston's A Global Threat, the band shouts that ''we want our part in something new.'' Not hardly. What they want is their part in something old - old-school hardcore, that is, Boston-style, circa 1983. Sure, there are other elements here as well, including the occasional subtle whiff of emo, but by far the strongest element on this record (their first for the Better Youth Organization label) is early-'80s hardcore. And good for them. Sometimes it takes a band like this to remind you how fresh and exciting those SSD and Gang Green concerts were back in the day, and if they can add the occasional fancy chord voicing or melodic interlude while still keeping the energy level up where it belongs, then so much the better. Where the Sun Never Sets features 18 songs and lasts just over half an hour, only one song going past the three-minute mark and several clocking in at right around one; this adds to the feeling of urgency, even panic, that flavors tracks like Making Enemies and Channel 34. Lead singer Bryan has a surprisingly good voice, and manages to yell with both raw power and impressive clarity - you hardly even need the lyric sheet. Recommended. --Rick Anderson, Rovi

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Bryan (vocals, guitar); John (vocals, bass guitar); Mike (drums). On the album-opening song by Boston's A Global Threat, the band shouts that 'we want our part in something new.' Not hardly. What they want is their part in something old - old-school hardcore, that is, Boston-style, circa 1983. Sure, there are other elements here as well, including the occasional subtle whiff of emo, but by far the strongest element on this record (their first for the Better Youth Organization label) is early-'80s hardcore.

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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT! February 10, 2006
A Kid's Review
Format:Audio CD
This is ten times better than 'Here We Are', which was a bit weak. Maybe that was cuz Mark Unseen had left. Oh, well. This record proves that they really don't need him to sound good. Yeah, this is different. It sounds more like an old school punk record, but that's what I love so much about it. It reminds me of Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, Subhumans...stuff like that. I love it!

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

(PS: I'm older than thirteen.)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty damn good. March 7, 2006
Format:Audio CD
Well, I'm not a punk, but punk rock happens to be a music genre that I really seem to enjoy listening to. So, one of my friends suggested this band to me. I bought this album, and fell in love with it immediately. Like the reviewer below said, this is a little bit like an old-school punk record, only a little faster. The songs on here are powerful, speedy, and loud. Basically, punk rock through and through. Yeah, there are a couple slower songs on here, like 'Cut-Ups', but they do the slower songs very well and they don't sound boring or anything, so that's fine. I think my favorite song on here would be 'Some Nerve'. It's just awesome. The song that I really don't like on here is 'Scalped By Pop', because it's your stereotypical 'punk-is-being-killed-by-pop-rock-bands' type of song and I've just heard it millions of times before. There were punk songs like that in the mid 90's, for cryin' out loud. Oh well. Atleast they don't overdo the 'We're punks' thing, like The Casualties, who I hate with every fiber of my being. So yeah. If you are a punk, or if you're like me and you just like the punk rock genre, this is a pretty cool album and I would suggest picking it up. I'm definately gonna get all their other albums. This band is so awesome!
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5.0 out of 5 stars what to do if you didn't like this: August 13, 2006
Format:Audio CD
alright. first off, this is different than their previous records. that's been said in other reviews. but i think it's the best record yet. here we are, in the red, and earache are my favorite punk albums i own. and of course until we die makes me wanna go break stuff every time i listen to it. w.t.f.w.c. is good street punk, but this...oh man. it's incredible. the bass has a metally distorted sound that is awesome and unique. and the drums alone a make it worth the money for the album. mike graves is a drumming god. the guitar riffs and solo's are 100% original and unlike anything else. bryan's voice on this album is awesome. he doesn't just scream, he growls and shouts and the lyrics are poetic, cynical, and amazingly intelligent. it's my favorite album ever, reminiscent of 80's hardcore but with an extra edge. so, if you didn't like this, get your dad's shotgun out of the closet. put the barrell in your mouth, and pull the trigger with your toe. (get in the coffin, man)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Here's what happened to A Global Threat... June 23, 2006
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todolosdolores; they got better. I remember being a 14-year-old brat sneaking into the Starwood to hear X. This was right after they released "Los Angeles." After the show, SO many people were talking about how X had sold out, had been watered-down, etc. For a comparison, also see the Dylan documetary Scorcese did. Same thing; as soon as he did something even slightly different/new/innovative, he got torn apart by "traditionalists." Henry Rollins said it best when he commented that punk fans are the most inflexible people on earth. AGT remains the best of its genre. New doesn't equal bad or watered down my friend. God bless 'em. If punk doesn't evolve, it dies. And that, in the words of my dead friend Darby Crash, would "blaaahbfhjty."
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