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Radioactivist

4.2 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. A3ke4bcr
  2. Damage Control
  3. High Revoltage
  4. Stalingrad
  5. Radioactivist
  6. Divebomb
  7. Droppin' Bombs on Your Moms
  8. Reactor
  9. Strike Tonight
  10. El Salvador
  11. Social Meltdown
  12. Golden
  13. The Waltz
  14. Shoot! Move! Communicate!
  15. Bl'ast! The System


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 10, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B00015U6F8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #388,969 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Nick on February 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I... hm... for dramatic influence I will draw this review out. THIS ALBUM IS THE SH*T! EVERY track on here is GOLD. I can't think of a single song on here that even whisped mediocre. I LOVE IT! From start to finish this cd rocks! This cd is comparable in revolution of sound to Refused's "The Shape of Punk to Come", At the Drive In's "Relationship of Command", Snapcase's "End Transmission", Hole's "Live Through This", Radiohead's "OK Computer", Pink Floyd's "The Wall", Nirvana's "Nevermind", The Dillinger Escape Plan's "Calculating Infinity", Tool's "AEnima", Nora, Vision of Disorder, Killing Joke's new s/t, NIN "The Downward Spiral", Faith no More's "The Real Thing", Pearl Jam's "VS", Quicksand's "Slip" Planes Mistaken for Stars and Give Up the Ghost: ANYTHING that shattered the way I looked at music is here and this cd will undoubtedly be in my player for a LONG time. This cd makes you want to get up and shake your fu**ing as*! Though this band may not go platinum they deserve to; and I'm not exaggerating in the least bit: THIS CD KILLS! It's sound is much like a mix of post, and oldschool hardcore with punk elements (not crap punk). Think Black Flag/Minor Threat mixed with Inside Out/Sick of it All mixed with Killswitch Engage/Poison the Well and hell; even some Christiansen and Beastie Boys if you want to get down to it. It's very short time-wise but you will NOT regret letting your ears feast on this. Hats off to Roadrunner for picking up such a unique band.
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This CD is one of the best punk albums I've bought in a while. The musical quality is just astounding. Amazing guitar harmonies and insightful (although a tad repetitive) political messages. These guys are like a much heavier version of bad religion or anti flag. Some of the songs sound fairly similar, but that is only a minor setback. There are also some crazy bass lines throughout, particularly at the beginning of the standout track "stalingrad". Semi-generic vocalist, but once again, the musical quality more than makes up for this and the lyrics are great, even if the style isn't so great. Awesome CD
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The band Red Tape I never heard of before I played a ATV game for the PSP. There was a lot of underground bands on the sound track of the game such as, Red Tape, Future Leaders of the World, Kill Radio, as well as some bands a little more well known like, Slipnot, and Chevelle. I found this Red Tape album not long ago, and I wish I found it a long time ago! The sound of this album and there other has a sound like Punk Rock. Howevery, I think This album sounds like rock. When I heard this album, I didn't it was bad nor good, but somewere in the middle. But after the secound time i heard it I was hocked. So i think you should check out the songs on YouTube to hear the hole song fisrt, or sample i here or somewere else.
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By Matt on August 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Coming from a background that includes a lot of hardcore punk, it's hard for me to rave about this album. Not that it's bad. It's fairly good, especially for a proper debut. But it's nothing I haven't heard before. The songs are sure to excite those who like a good mosh album and incite those who like political lyrics. While they lack the great guitar work of a band like Black Flag or the melodies of a band like Bad Religion, they do a nice job of running a middle ground between the two. They also threw in some heavier, more metal elements to a couple of songs. My only big complaint was that their lyrics were hard to make out at times and what I did hear sounded like it was a bit general. My advice to them would be to sharpen up the lyrics and add some diversity to the song structures. Otherwise, this is an above average debut from a band who could be around for a while.
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Not groundbreaking but it definitely fits the bill if you're looking for some good punk rock. Whatever happened to these guys?
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