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Punks And Pints - Seattle's Best Punk - Vol. 2

by Various artists

The PUNKS AND PINTS CD (Vol 2) features 27 tracks by the best punk bands in Seattle. Includes former/original members of BLINK 182, FACE TO FACE, and FISHBONE.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. 3 INCH MAX - Dear Mr. President
3 Inch Max
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2. THE SPAZMS - Money Shots
The Spazms
2:52 $0.99
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3. SLEDGEBACK - Don't Wanna Know
Sledgeback
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4. SHIFT MAN SHIFT - Let It Go
Shift Man Shift
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5. NO MEANS YES - Excuses
No Means Yes
2:22 $0.99
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6. CALLED IN SICK - Gosh I'm Sorry
Called In Sick
2:08 $0.99
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7. THE FUCKING CHACHIS - Boots
The Fucking Chachis
1:44 $0.99
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8. SLITLIQUOR - Drinkin' Problem
Slitliquor
2:01 $0.99
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9. WHISKEY TANGO - A Matter Of Non-Fiction
Whiskey Tango
2:32 $0.99
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10. 26000 VOLTS - Reality
26000 Volts
2:07 $0.99
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11. POTTY MOUTH SOCIETY - Manifest
Potty Mouth Society
2:22 $0.99
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12. BLACKBELT - Nothing Beside
Blackbelt
2:18 $0.99
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13. TYPICAL ACE - Anything For A Smile
Typical Ace
3:11 $0.99
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14. MAUSER - Vaccination
Mauser
3:37 $0.99
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15. KILL THE PRECEDENT - Sniffummuffins
Kill The Precedent
1:09 $0.99
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16. HANG - My Girl Beats Me
HANG
1:46 $0.99
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17. THE MARKS - Go Away
The Marks
1:27 $0.99
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18. GUTBOMB - Ted But Not Forgotten
Gutbomb
3:18 $0.99
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19. FIFTY FIFTY - See Right Through You
Fifty Fifty
2:20 $0.99
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20. JADED52 - Promises And Lies
Jaded52
2:43 $0.99
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21. ACES OVER KINGS - Daily Dose
Aces Over Kings
2:29 $0.99
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22. LACK OF RESPECT - Stick It To The Man
Lack Of Respect
3:17 $0.99
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23. MR. PLOW - Piggy
Mr. Plow
1:10 $0.99
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24. DEATHLIST 5 - Zombapocalypse
Deathlist 5
1:16 $0.99
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25. LETHAL REJECTION - Just Enough Air To Breathe
Lethal Rejection
2:51 $0.99
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26. EIGHT-HOUR DISEASE - Fastorio
Eight-hour Disease
2:19 $0.99
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27. POD SIX - American Tragedy
Pod Six
2:44 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The PUNKS AND PINTS CD features the best of Trailer Trash Tuesdays, a weekly series held every Tuesday night @ the Central Saloon (www.centralsaloon.com) in downtown Seattle.
Punk rock starts at 9pm every Tuesday.

For more info visit www.punksandpints.com

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NeuFutur Magazine, James McQuiston

"another awesome compilation"
The first volume of Punks and Pints was pretty impressive to come out of
the place it came; 3 Inch Max comes out with a track that recalls both
Thought Riot and Strike Anywhere in its skillful mixture of AFI and
hardcore punk. The chunky bass of The Spazms during their “Money Shots”
is something pulled straight out of the Cali-punk of the early nineties,
while the Joan Jett meets Bikini Kill version of the vocals meshes well
with the rest of the track. The tempered sound of Sledgeback on their
“Don’t Wanna Know” is topped by a throaty set of vocals that mix Mike
Ness and Tim (Rise Against), while the simplistic arrangement of the
track seem pulled out of the past (think Osker).

The radio-friendly nature of the first few salvos of this second volume
of Punks and Pints says a lot about the Northwest’s punk scene, as it
entails a high amount of genres with a corresponding height in talent
held by each band here. The rfirst step down in the production quality
of this disc comes with Shift Man Shift’s “Let It Go”, but this drop in
quality is inversely proportional with the catchiness of the track. In
that sense, Shift Man Shift is easily the equivalent to “Ignition”-era
Offspring and “Recipe For Hate”-era Bad Religion. While the opening to
No Means Yes’ “Excuses” is admittedly a kibosh on the fast tempo of the
beginning of the disc, the break-neck tempo of the second half of the
track more than makes up for this audible weakness. There is not just
the Cali-style of punk rock covered by the bands on Punks and Pints,
especially considering the presence of an act like Lack of Respect, who
mix traditional “tough guy” hardcore with a chunky bass a la To My
Surprise or Primus.

Even when a band breaks out the done to death distortion like The Marks,
the intensity in which the vocals are couched on the track brings this
out of the dust heap into something that can genuinely be enjoyed by a
large section of society. Even incorporating the 90s emo of bands like
Fugazi and Sunny Day Real Estate (and even a little bit of The
Anniversary) to the mix, bands like Typical Ace continue the high
quality of all the acts on this second volume of Punks and Pints.

Top Tracks: Shift Man Shift’s “Let It Go”, Typical Ace’s “Anything For A
Smile”

Rating: 8.2/10
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Neo-Zine

Seattle has some damn fine punk.
This is a massive compilation. There are 27 bands: 3 Inch Max (good way to start, remind me a bit of old AFI,) The Spazms (awesome dual gender vocal job,) Sledgeback (I reviewed this band and interviewed them last month,) Shift Man Shift (sing along chanting - catchy,) No Means Yes (I Say Yes!!!,) Called In Sick (A bit Dead Kenendys,) The Fucking Chachis (Almost sounds UK,) Slitliquor (street rock-punk about life and drinking,) Whiskey Tango (young sounding, pop-punk, sing in harmonies,) 2600 volts, Potty Mouth Society (includes the Oi, oi, oi thing,) Blackbelt (odd jumpy, funky song,) Typical Ace, Mauser, Kill The Prescedent (sounds like a combo of Rollins Black Flag and the first Suicidal Tendencies album), Hang, The Marks, Gutbomb, Fifty Fifty, Jaded52, Aces Over Kings, Lack Of Respect, Mr. Plow (Old School,) Deathlist 5 (Hardcore – almost metal,) Lethal Rejection, The Eight-Hour Disease, and Pod Six. Lots of sub-genres represented here. Seattle has some damn fine punk.
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