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The Agitators: Salute to AllSalute to All (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 3
Contributed by: JesseJesse
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Let's see if I can fit this review into one sentence: Old-guy Belgian, fun, angry, drinkin' punk. That's it. I don't need to write anymore. Fourteen songs featuring simple chord progressions, gang vocals, walking bass-lines, angry shouting, and topics ranging from getting drunk and not liking .
Let's see if I can fit this review into one sentence:
Peace, love and unity / Doesn't really work for me, You preach the word for a better world / But you selfish bastards are what's making it worse.C'mon, how much fun is that?
A lot of fun. That's how much.
This album gives us fourteen songs in forty-three minutes. Kind of a lot for a punk release, but whatever. If this is your bag, then be happy, 'cause it's a big one.
There's really not much else to say about it. Either you're going to like it, or not. I guess you'll have to see if you do yourself.
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