Lagwagon – Resolve – Review

February 3, 2006

Melodically less stellar, Resolve’s main strength is in its words. As most know, original drummer Derrick Plourde took his own life earlier this year.

Lagwagon – Live in a Dive – Review

June 13, 2005

For over a decade now, Lagwagon have penned the soundtracks of our lives. And having seen the band countless times, not much comes close to a Lagwagon show.

Warped Tour 2003 – Review

October 15, 2003

Everyone should stop worrying about “corporate music” ruining punk. When it’s no longer profitable to produce, they’ll stop signing.

No-Fi Trash – Review

February 22, 2002

The biggest, brightest, and not-so-bright names in independent music, offering multitudes of subgenres to chose from. Most songs are previously released.

The Blasting Boom – Review

September 1, 1999

Not every track is award-winning and there are some omissions, but there are plenty of unreleased tracks from damn good bands that make this worth picking up.

Metal Rüles – Review

November 1, 1998

Mëtal Rüles has the good graces to cover some not-so-obvious songs of the ’80s, and has a variety of punk, swing, and rockabilly bands cover them.

Happy Meals 2 – Review

November 1, 1998

This perfect marriage of punkpop and powerpop lasts 50 minutes, the exact amount of time I’ve been lamenting to my therapist cuz a comp like this didn’t exist.

Lagwagon – Double Plaidnum – Review

March 1, 1998

Catchy, melodic punk with Joey Cape’s vocal tales digging deep, but the NOFXian drum rampage seem secondary to layered harmonies about how no one understands.

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