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Yeah, Yeah, one last thing Im gonna post before I sell my beloved computer my own top 10 of 2001 list...here goes: 1. Strike anywhere-Change is a sound This came out of nowhere...and completely buried whatever else was out there at the time. 2. Pulley-together again for the first time What .


Yeah, Yeah, one last thing Im gonna post before I sell my beloved computer my own top 10 of 2001 list...here goes:

1. Strike anywhere-Change is a sound
This came out of nowhere...and completely buried whatever else was out there at the time.

2. Pulley-together again for the first time
What can I say?? I love every album this band has released.

3. Bouncing souls-How I spent my summer vacation
After hopeless romantic I thought this band had went down the drain..not the case the most bad ass album to date.

4. Drowningman-Still loves you
Ummm great sarcastic hardcore with some long annoying song titles...I'll let that go because this band destroys.

5. Satanic Surfers-Fragments and Fractions
different but in a very good way. Their best album ever...I hope they keep this up.

6. Horace Pinker-Copper Regret
This album was released in 2000 but I didnt get it until this year..great melodic pop punk everyone should check out this horribly underrated band.

7. Buried alive- Last Rites
last recording by the now defunct buffalo sXe hardcore band good fuckin shit.

8. American Nightmare- background Music
First thing I had ever heard from this band..and it sure impressed the hell out of me.

9. Zero Down-WIth a lifetime to pay
No One seems to like this album I think Jim has done good for himself. Fast melodic typical so cal punk. very good.

10. Shelter-the purpose the passion
Ray Cappo and company are back..more melodic and fast than old Shelter and not the huge krishna vibe either...it got old after a while.

There it is some may agree many will not. 2001 was a mediocre year for a lot of bands Ive liked for years. I hope '02 is a little better.

 

 
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Anonymous (January 21, 2002)

Hasn't anyone ever heard Lars Frederiksen an The Bastards (S/T) and Dropkick Murphy's (Sing Loud, Sing Proud). They both should have ranked 1 and 2. These top tens are surelt a dissapointment.

Anonymous (January 21, 2002)

hasn't anyone ever heard Lars Frederiksen an TThe Bastards (S/T) and Dropkick Murphy's (Sing Loud, Sing Proud). They both should have ranked 1 and 2. These top tens are surelt a dissapointment.

Anonymous (January 20, 2002)

to the previous poster, i seriously hope you're joking. strike anywhere totally would make good riddance their collective bitch. recognize the rock, muthafucka!

Anonymous (January 19, 2002)

so Strike Anywhere is just Good Riddance with their name changed right?

Anonymous (January 15, 2002)

Strike Anywhere tears shit up, expect to see big things from them in 2002...

They also released an awesome E.P. in March of 2001 called "Chorus of One."

Definitely check them out if you have not heard them, I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

sickboi (January 15, 2002)

I'm glad someone else recognized how rad Zerodown is.

CallingLondon (January 14, 2002)

hell yeah fat rob, i hear ya. haven't heard the live album, tho i've heard it's great

Anonymous (January 14, 2002)

Once again, everyone is overlooking Goldfinger. They released a live album independently this year and it was awesome. Goldfinger sure don't get as much reconition as they should. Can't wait for there new album in the new year, long live Goldfinger!
-Fat Rob

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