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Roger Miret and The Disasters: 19841984 (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: adamAdam
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This late in the game Roger Miret's very good at what he does, so while 1984 is an album full of street punk clichés and free of any real surprises, it still manages to deliver a catchy batch of shout-along rock'n'roll. The Disasters continue to have a lot in common with the U.S. Bombs, as Miret spits out lyrics with the delivery of Duane Peters while the band's backing vocals are layered to drive the chorus hooks as deep as possible. Miret's not going to blow any minds with 1984 but there's a workmanlike quality here that's admirable.
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