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Small Brown Bike: Fell & FoundFell & Found (2011)
No Idea Records
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: DycelotDycelot
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No Idea Records! Hot Water Music kicks some ass and inspires its label to sign a bunch of like-minded, scruffy kids to progress the sound. In 1999 I couldn't give a crap and ignored the label, (while loving HWM). Then a pal introduced me to Small Brown Bike. Loved 1999's Our Own Wars and played the .
No Idea Records! Hot Water Music kicks some ass and inspires its label to sign a bunch of like-minded, scruffy kids to progress the sound. In 1999 I couldn't give a crap and ignored the label, (while loving HWM). Then a pal introduced me to Small Brown Bike. Loved 1999's Our Own Wars and played the shit out of it; liked a few songs from 2001's Dead Reckoning, and couldn't stand 2003's The River Bed. I forgot about the band for years, and was reintroduced to No Idea Records recently because I really dig Gatorface, Paul Baribeau, Latterman and North Lincoln (who surprisingly flew beneath my radar back then). Thats how I found out that not only was Small Brown Bike back, but had a few 7"s entitled Composite, Volumes One and Two. I loved both of them, and when I got the chance to stream the new record I was pretty jazzed. I've been listening to the record religously for the past few days, and it's hard for me to write about. This would only be my third review for this website, and I don't wish to develop a reputation for writing only about the albums I approve of. It's a testament to my own integrity not to break the tradition with this record.
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