Something Green and Leafy This Way Comes

Something Green and Leafy This Way Comes

by SNFU
     
 

Epitaph once again shows a talent for coaxing early/mid '80s punk/hardcore bands out of retirement. Last year they got Dagnasty to reunite for an album, now Canuck-punks SNFU, who bring back memories of the heyday of the B.Y.O. (Better Youth Organization) label, trot out their decade-old style. While the results are average (SNFU and fellow Canadians Personality… See more details below

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Epitaph once again shows a talent for coaxing early/mid '80s punk/hardcore bands out of retirement. Last year they got Dagnasty to reunite for an album, now Canuck-punks SNFU, who bring back memories of the heyday of the B.Y.O. (Better Youth Organization) label, trot out their decade-old style. While the results are average (SNFU and fellow Canadians Personality Crisis were not the cream of the crop the way earlier Western Canadian bands such as D.O.A. and Subhumans were, though they were good bands), and this sound is positively dated in 1993/4 in a way that it decidedly a decade ago, this quintet can still rock hard and tight, and there's a part of us that will forever reserve a piece of our hearts for such hwasn't ard-charging, steamy action as "A Bomb" (hey, more of that falsetto, chums!). A good, solid punk/hardcore album for a time where there aren't that many of those.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/08/1993
Label:
Epitaph / Ada
UPC:
0045778643028
catalogNumber:
86430

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