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The John Stamos Project: North American All-StarsNorth American All-Stars (2004)
Knock Knock Records
Reviewer Rating: 2.5
Contributed by: KirbyPuckettKirbyPuckett
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Greatest band name EVER!
C’mon, you know Uncle Jesse was a big part of your life too!
Opening North American All-Stars is a quick instrumental ditty racing with a pulsing guitar and crashing drums. After that you’re sucked into Ramonesland for another seven songs.
Is there any sound in punk rock as over used as this?
I don’t think so, but how come it still sounds so good?
Everything about this is textbook Ramones, Queers, Screeching Weasel material. Much like the Huntingtons, Methadones, Riverdales, all of the music is played carbon copy from the forefathers, even the cliché lyrics are sung in the exact same manner that Ben Weasel pours his voice into the mic.
Somehow the majority of the time these bands still manage to turn out not half bad and the John Stamos Project is entertaining enough to warrant a few listens.
You’ve made up your mind already. You either have this, hate this, or want more of this.
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