B-sides the Orbison-like single, you get a redone "Disgracelands"
(originally off the Nurse LP) featuring super skinpounder Graham
Hopkins manning the kit and the obscure rarity "Kids Stuff", one
of the most fiercely manic songs in this great band's canon.
Buy it, listen to it, then get lost in the sunlight...
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Real solid, energetic street punk mixed with
some quick ska beats makes this release a real
win/win situation. A bunch of 20-something NY
kids put out something you've heard before, but
make it fresh all over again. Cool lyrics, 2
buzzsaw guitars and a lot of fun packed into
about 45 minutes. And bassist Mike Malarkey is
outstanding. He's already got that Matt Freeman
thing going on...
fans of the Bosstones, Operation Ivy, Face To Face,
Rancid, Street Dogs, DM's - this disc will have you
grinning from ear to ear.
The political consciousness of the Dead Kennedys
mixed with the precise minimal pop of the Buzzcocks.
Add in some foreboding harmonies spread all through.
These French lads had all bases covered. At times,
some slightly off pitch singing...but it's easily
overlooked by the cohesion of their collective
They were really something else at the time.
Very invigorating, pulsing tunes.