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Artist - 22nd Century
CD – The 22nd Century
The first track from this Canadian Band from Vancouver is called 509 and it reminded me of our Punk rock days in 77 – 78 when bands like The Clash, Undertones, Generation X, Buzzcocks played our local venue. It was a very good raw punk sound with a modern sound that kids of today would just love. . Let It Be was more of a slower rock track with some excellent guitar work the song grew on you as it progressed.
The CD is of excellent quality throughout with no duff tracks, Stevie Guide is catchy tune that could easily become one of the band anthems, would go down well live as I'm sure it does.
I good easily imagine myself at the front of a live gig jumping around in the Mosh pit as the band play tracks like Nightmare On 6th Avenue a high energy song.
The band are Tom Plommer – Vocals & Guitar, Duane Chaos – Vocals, Bass, Didgeridu, Guitar, and Glen Gaupholm on Drums. CD produced by John Webster that must mean this band are going places and I would love to see them progress and playing major festivals in a couple of years time.
I would recommend this CD , to find out more go to bands web site at
Maurice March 2010
COMMENTS (new March 2010)
COMMENTS (new March 2010)