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Fine Print At The Bottom
May 2001
Released: 2001, Resurrection AD Records
Rating: 0.1/5
Reviewer: EvilG

What is this? Why does a band like this send their CD to METAL Rules?? I’m confused. Imagine Green Day with rapping styled vocals, then throw over “horns” (a la swing styled music) on it and you get the song “One Time.” “Come Try Again” sounds like Green Day mixed with The Offspring, again with the GAY trumpets and horns. What drug are these guys on? Holy fuck, this sounds ultra GAYYYYY! According to the band’s bio they “dominate the ska-core genre."?!?! Ska? Wha??? Core? Apple core? Rap-Horn-Core is more like it! I’m still lost here…what is a ska? Is it code for crap? It has to be. The song “New Deal” again begins with the horns then the rapping cuts in…oh my god this is HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE music. I should end this review here because I do not feel good about trashing something that someone has worked hard on and believes in. Suffice is to say that this is NOT metal and that just about everyone reading this will have the same reaction to it that I had.
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