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Oxymoron: Fuck the Nineties...Here's Our Noize!Fuck the Nineties...Here's Our Noize! (1996)
Suburban Noize Records
Reviewer Rating: 5
Contributed by: FuckYouOiOiOiFuckYouOiOiOi
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This is one of the greatest punk albums of the `90s, right up there with Punk in Drublic, And Out Come the Wolves, Dookie, Smash, Against the Grain, etc. It truly baffles me why Oxymoron's Fuck the Nineties...Here's Our Noize! isn't given as much credit as those albums. Most people know Oxymoron .
This is one of the greatest punk albums of the `90s, right up there with Punk in Drublic, And Out Come the Wolves, Dookie, Smash, Against the Grain, etc. It truly baffles me why Oxymoron's Fuck the Nineties...Here's Our Noize! isn't given as much credit as those albums.
I was raised as a son who should get on."Borstal" is the standard Oi! song about a borstal, but it's really good. The vocals on "Mohican Tunes" are gleefully snotty and you'd swear that they're British (but they're not). "Beware, Poisonous!" rocks fucking hard. Whenever I listen to this song I can picture the band playing it to a bunch of skinheads/mohawked punks chanting along and throwing their fists up to the chorus. "Drug Shock," "Self Rule," and "Nuclear War" are all very fast and rocking. "Dawn Patrol" and "Strike" are both awesome songs with catchy, shout-along choruses. The secret song on the album is called the "Chicken Song," and it's pretty fucking stupid, but it's a nice way to end the album.
I didn't review every song because that would be boring, but the songs I didn't review are good too. BUY THIS FUCKING ALBUM. Even if you don't like Oi! or street punk, I can guarantee you that you will like this album (if you like punk). They are the Cock Sparrer of the `90s.
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