D.O.A. – Punk Rock Singles

October 19th, 2007
by Celtic Bob

D.O.A.

Punk Rock Singles

2007, Sudden Death Records

Rating: 4/5

THE definitive Singles collection from Canadian punk icons D.O.A. Everything you’d want is here from the infamous “Disco Sucks” to the cover of “That’s Life” to their take on the CCR classic “Down On The Corner” which they have modified to be “Billy And The Socreds”. A high energy and fast paced collection that demonstrates clearly why they have been so influential on many of today’s punk rock bands.

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26 songs that span over 20 years in the groups existence. Some are rare and others are not but one thing is certain: it’s all good. Even their version of Johnny Cash’s infamous “Folsom Prison Blues” deserves an mention as it’s not something one would think of hearing on a punk album.

 

A well thought-out collection of tracks that sums up the lifespan of

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