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Strike Anywhere

Strike Anywhere: Chorus Of OneChorus Of One (2001)
Jade Tree Records

Reviewer Rating: 3.5
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Contributed by: KipDoyleKip Doyle
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I know this has been out since the summer of 2000, but who cares? I saw them last night in Olean, NY and Eric(the drummer) handed me this CD for review. I must say, this fucking rocks. Strike Anywhere treads the line between hardcore and melodic punk effortlessly with this 7 song EP on Red Leader Re.
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I know this has been out since the summer of 2000, but who cares? I saw them last night in Olean, NY and Eric(the drummer) handed me this CD for review. I must say, this fucking rocks. Strike Anywhere treads the line between hardcore and melodic punk effortlessly with this 7 song EP on Red Leader Records. They really blend old school and new school sounds without sounding cheesy or emo. Lots of shout along choruses. Smart political lyrics. This band has only been around for a year but they sound like well seasoned veterans. In that one year they have toured with Hot Water Music, signed to Jade Tree Records(album is slated for August) and have a 7" on the way with The Fat Club. Anyways, back to the review... highlight songs include, "Chorus Of One", "Question The Answer", "Earthbound", and "Cassandratic Equation". Do yourself a favor and check out Strike Anywhere here and pick up "Chorus Of One" now!

 

 
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Anonymous (June 17, 2006)

Oh, my world. It is ok

Anonymous (June 15, 2006)

Oh, my world. It is ok

Anonymous (July 3, 2003)

the best sone is definitely "notes..." because of that line FIGHTING FOR A LIVING WAGE. fuck yea, i hear that, i work and i dont even get minimum wage!

soulbleed (April 9, 2003)

this album is indeed amazing. but uh, it wasn't released on jade tree until way after their full length came out. it was on red leader, a small indie label. but whatever :)

evildeadalive (December 30, 2002)

This shit is amazing. Much more raw than their full length.

Anonymous (April 5, 2001)

I really agree. This band is pretty fucking amazing. I have heard a lot of wonderful music this year, but this has to be the best that I have discovered this year. Try listening to "Notes on Pulling Down the Sky." i think that one is my favorite, though it is hard to pick.

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