While many ’90s pop punk bands went acoustic, Strung Out still layer the harmonies thick, play fast and tight, and the breakdowns come right on time.
A scattershot of videos from various punk, indie, hardcore, and metal bands. I’m sure the title was tongue in cheek, but thankfully this thing has a low price.
Videos by Jimmy Eat World, Midtown, A.F.I., Strung Out and The Ataris. The highlight is the video for Taking Back Sunday’s song “Cute Without the ‘E.'”
By far the most metal-sounding punk band on Fat (a cover of “Bark at the Moon!?”), Strung Out shred like Sodom on a Propagandhi high.
The fifth edition in the Fat Music series. I recommend this sampler to anyone who quips that all Fat bands sound the same. That was a long time ago, loser.
An eight-song, 25-minute EP to tide over their ravenous fans until their next full-length (by punk standards, probably 30 minutes long).
Punkers admit they liked glam metal (and some of the better stuff), and suddenly they feel compelled to cover it badly, like they do everything else.
Before You Were Punk2 begins its 12 songs (only 37 minutes) with The Suicide Machines’ take on The Romantics “What I Like About You.”
101 bands each contributing a 30 second song. This is a who’s who of punk, from all over the world, spanning decades of punk in its many forms.
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