Genres: punk, punk rock, street punk
Nov 25 - Dec 1 2002
This CDR is comprised of five songs by punk band Final Notice,
who boast a very fast, powerful sound that really works well. Blending
the sounds of old eighties street punk with the more modern elements
of punk rock, they have very enjoyable style.
"Repeat That" is a speedy punk song that brings to mind
comparisons to the US Bombs and Rancid. "Tragedy" has a similar sound, except with a more distorted
guitar part and poorer recording quality. When the singer bellows out
"Let's GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO," it really hits a strong
point. "We Suck," then, has a great mood to it, starting off
fast and then bringing it down a notch; the transition works
perfectly. After it comes "Refused and Abused," a bash-em-up track that
is sure to get any audience jumping around and punching. Finally comes
"Lost & Found," an instrumental that just pounds forth
mercilessly until the end.
Though this has all been done before, Final Notice do have a
very nice, powerful sound. The recording quality is terrible, the
lyrics are potent and offensive, and the songs are criminally short -
this is punk, baby!
5 tracks; distributed by the