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The Mr. T Experience: Love is DeadLove is Dead (1996)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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If you want to boil down pop-punk to its most basic components, pick up the Mr. T Experience’s Love is Dead. The vocals are snotty but the harmonies are pretty. The guitars are simple. The lyrics are most decidedly lovelorn. Recalling the Ramones, Green Day circa Kerplunk and, to use a more contemporary reference, Teenage Bottlerocket, MTX lets off a string of catchy tunes that showcase pop-punk’s building blocks.
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