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Radio Days: Radio DaysRadio Days (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: Rich27Rich27
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Italy’s Radio Days have long been peddling their power-pop-laced punk with comparisons to bands such as Screeching Weasel, the Vapors and the Knack following in their wake. It’s hard to deny any of those descriptions, as they all seem to come through at various stages of this album but without really attaining the heights of those three bands. Their self-titled album came out in the middle of the last decade and six years on still has its merits today. With a cover that brings to mind the Ramones Too Tough To Die, albeit lit up and a lot more colourful, you get an idea of where some of Radio Days’ main influences may be found, although they've channeled it through a Screeching Weasel filter with Dario Persi sounding a bit like the recently disgraced frontman of the aforementioned band.
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