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A Page of Punk: Fool's Punk LineFool's Punk Line (2013)
Drunken Sailor Records
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: Rich27Rich27
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Oh my giddy aunt. A Page of Punk are back and this time they've managed to sort themselves out a whole LP. This isn't a split 7" onto which they manage to cram eleven tracks. Here, the sky is the limit for this Japanese band which excels are a short, sharp and snappy version of punk rock that goes.
Oh my giddy aunt. A Page of Punk are back and this time they've managed to sort themselves out a whole LP. This isn't a split 7" onto which they manage to cram eleven tracks. Here, the sky is the limit for this Japanese band which excels are a short, sharp and snappy version of punk rock that goes by in a blur. I was originally sent two MP3 files of this album entitled â??Side A' and â??Side B', causing me to think that perhaps these Japanese fellows had decided to eschew the â??three s' approach previously favoured and gone to a more prog rock side of punk. On listening to the two files it became apparent that despite the length of the files (around 10 to 11 minutes each) one was able to discern that there were different tunes being played throughout but it was almost impossible to tell where one stopped and another started beyond the frequent use of â??1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4', but I'm sure that this is deployed during songs too which doesn't help the listener. I can confirm that the 1st and 49th tracks are extremely similar if not exactly the same, both being entitled "We Are A Page of Punk"!
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