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Friday, September 11, 2009


To be honest, Agression's self-titled record doesn't hold nearly as much of a special place in my heart as "Don't Be Mistaken" does...That doesn't mean it's a bad record in my eyes, it's just not as good. I'm sure that there'll be some asshole who comments and says "You don't know what you're talking about" and "Your blog sucks ass"...Hell, I readily admit that my blog does in fact, suck ass, but I have my opinions and opinions are like assholes in that everyone has one. Let's say, this is more rock than punk rock, but still punk as fuck and a bit more technical...It's fucking badass, just not as classic as "Don't Be Mistaken". I just have a hard on for Nardcore and Skate punk bands, so I like. What's even worse though, is that before posting this, I hadn't heard any of this record since 2006...I liked it more then. Enjoy!


1. Rich Kids
2. Dear John Letter
3. I'm Alive
4. Salty Leather
5. The Keeper
6. Guillotine
7. Go To War
8. Voo Doo Stew
9. Watching You
10. Never Alone
11. Foxy Lady
12. Drunk On Your Love
13. Ripped Off


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1 comment:

Eric the Terrible! said...

I do prefer this album over Don't Be Mistaken, to me it's just more energetic.and lively. I really wish this would get reissued, a pity for it to be lost. I've heard some say that it has a 70s rock influence, but I don't hear it, they're just better at their instruments this time around. I love this one.