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    Hit After Hit

    by Jay Debauchery

    I'm totally shocked that more people don't know about this band. They are just too fucking good to let slip through the cracks and wallow in the bargain rack of your local record store. Really tight and catchy new wave influenced punk rock. This has definitely got a Devo feel to it. Although it doesn't come from the bands sound. You will find no synthesizer here. What you get is a lot of fun, quirky punk songs about catching crabs, killing Bob Seger, new shoes, being a raccoon, Dolly Parton and so on. Yeah these guys like to wear skinny ties and shades from Back to the Future II. Hit After Hit is one of the catchiest punk albums to appear in a very long time and it's about time we were given something FUN to dance to (at least until the new RFTC album arrives).

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