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Stand and Fight: Together We WinTogether We Win (2004)
Bridge Nine Records
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: FortyMinutesWestFortyMinutesWest
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Whether it looks awful or it looks amazing, the first impression many people get from a band is based on their cover art. Certain bands and labels can be associated with certain styles, like Jacob Bannon's artwork is associated with Deathwish, or like pictures of girls can be associated with Victor.
Whether it looks awful or it looks amazing, the first impression many people get from a band is based on their cover art. Certain bands and labels can be associated with certain styles, like Jacob Bannon's artwork is associated with Deathwish, or like pictures of girls can be associated with Victory. Now, I already have Stand & Fight's first release for Bridge 9, so I already had a good idea of what I was in for, but still, the first thing I thought of when I saw the covert art was Time Flies' "On Our Way."
"I'm so sick of intimidation, that kid didn't do a thing to you, he's just new and didn't follow your rules, but I'm sure your crew will teach him a thing or two. Policing the scene, why don't you say what you mean, you're getting off on picking on kids that are weaker than you, because you think they won't fight back."
I had Stand & Fight pegged as another hardcore band that was fun to listen to, but that wouldn't be much more, but this release shows promise. This is catchy hardcore, and I'm pretty sure you don't need one of those watches with an x on the face to enjoy it.
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