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The Baboon Show: Don't Don't Don'tDon't Don't Don't (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: Matt_WhelihanMatt Whelihan
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The Baboon Showís Donít Donít Donít transports you to the sweaty, beer-stained punk clubs of the late 1970s. Everything about the bandís speedy, manic sound screams of ripped denim, leather, shaggy hair, and filthy rundown venues. Okay, so maybe the production is light years ahead of anything by early punk acts, but the band do tap into the same energy, abandon, and in your face attitude of their predecessors. Still, what is most surprising is the fact that nothing about the Baboon Show seems contrived. At a time when numerous bands sound like they merely want to cash in on the retro-revival craze or waste hundreds of dollars picking up the threads of former rockers from vintage boutiques, the Baboon Show merely want to rock.
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