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Fuel: Monuments to ExcessMonuments to Excess (2000)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: feeeding5000feeeding5000
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For the past few weeks, I’ve been searching for an album to review where I could just name-drop the shit out of it. You know what I’m talking about: putting in endless comparisons to revered and slightly better-known bands just to show how much I know about a given genre. Well, I’ve finally found that album in Fuel’s Monuments to Excess. Before you start all your, “I thought this was PUNKnews” bullshit, this is a different Fuel than the one you’ve heard on the radio. This Fuel was a stellar late `80s / early `90s Bay Area melodic post-hardcore band, not some grungy crap. This CD serves as a discography for the short-lived band. It contains their self-titled LP, the Take Effect EP, their side of a split, and one or two compilation tracks.
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