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Euthanize Me

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Disaster 2004
  • ASIN: B000255K9Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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This Dallas, TX threesome has been bouncing around the punk world for nearly a decade now, with this first issue on Disaster compromising their seventh full-length release. Though often described as having roots in the Ramones, they add a bit more thrash to their melodic punk, lodging them somewhere between the classic '77 sound and the skatecore of the early '80s. Songwriter/vocalist/producer Christy Brigitte Darlington is actually at his most powerful when he drops the proto-77 monotonic ranting for a stab at singing on tunes like "Oxygen," "Coma la Flor," and "The Sweetest Kiss" The rough edge of his voice, straining to hit notes that aren't really all that high, is a nice complement to the power chords.

None of the songs have the intellectual firepower of The Mr. T Experience or the youthful exuberance of Green Day or JFA, but given the guitar fury around which the band centers, those probably aren't the applicable yardsticks. If you like The Ramones, Undertones, Queers and others of the pop-punk camp, you'd likely enjoy this one. Listeners with sensitive ears are cautioned to heed the parental advisory sticker, as this disc is laced through and through with expletives. 3-3/4 stars if allowed fractional ratings.
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