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Weird punky 7” here, opens with samples and then there’s some comedy oi vocals which I think are coming courtesy of Steve Ignorant of all people and then it goes into a fist-pumping ‘90s pop punk bit that’s almost like Propagandhi or something. Propagandhi meets Hard Skin maybe? I’m finding it quite amusing.I turn it over and there’s a Backyard Babies-esque punk ...

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Ltd 7" on Louder Than War.

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Rock And Roll And Revolution by Paranoid Visions
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6/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 21 December 2012

Weird punky 7” here, opens with samples and then there’s some comedy oi vocals which I think are coming courtesy of Steve Ignorant of all people and then it goes into a fist-pumping ‘90s pop punk bit that’s almost like Propagandhi or something. Propagandhi meets Hard Skin maybe? I’m finding it quite amusing.

I turn it over and there’s a Backyard Babies-esque punk’n’roll guitar lick alongside a punchy d-beat anthem with yet more comedy vocals. Are there like five singers on this or something? It’s a weird mix of ‘80s oi and ‘90s pop punk but sped up to hardcore pace. It’s really cheesy, but it’s got a relentless, lively charm too I suppose. At least they sound like they’re having fun.

Except on the diabolical acoustic song at the end which they should have been able to tell was not fit for human consumption in time to cut from the release, surely? What the hell? Kim says “it’s bobbins”, Brian says “it’s bollocks”. First two songs are funny though.




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