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Date Posted: 07:28:06 02/20/03 Thu
Author: b. kennedy
Author Host/IP: kitt.netrax.net / 126.96.36.199
Subject: Re: ny relix
In reply to:
's message, "Re: ny relix" on 03:07:45 02/20/03 Thu
While "Go" isn't great all the way through, there's enough good tracks on it to make it a listenable cd. "Songs Remain" alone is great enough to make it worth buying. Since signing with MCA, I've seen them play with Sum 41, Boxcar Racer, and Midtown [should i even be telling you guys this? haha], and while I could do without the headliners, they don't stop H2O from putting on a killer fuckin performance. Those guys are still as sincere as ever, and I don't think any label is gonna change that. Shit, mothafuckin Lou Koller was there when they played with Sum41 in NYC!
>i think it would also be cool to have some ska and
>>>>>rock ablille bands!@ i have noticed alot of the
>>>>>are mainly oi and street punk nothing agianst oi or
>>>>>street punk i love both styles i just think it
>>>>>be great to have some more flavor in the mix DEATH
>>>>>METAL! get some DEATH meatal bands! that would be
>>>>>friggin awesome! -jake
>Ok name some good ska,rockabilly,and deathmetal bands
>you want to see...Oh wait there aren't any....3rd rate
>"Cradle of Filth" anyone?.....no thanks...lol
>ska...like oh shit here comes the high school marching
>band...rockabilly...skinhead retirement plan...go see
>the Rev Horton Heat...then you don't need to see any
>others cept maybe "Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys"
>>>>Hardcore what it used to be, hardcore now of days
>>>>sucks ass it should go back to the old school like
>>>>minor threat, agnostic front, murphy's law, old H2O,
>>>>madball, and 7 seconds, no one wants to see a bunch
>>>>dumbass kids doing karate while people are trying to
>>>AGREED-Meltdown....last new hardcore record I bought
>was Shutdown-"few and far between"...good stuff but
>not too much else out there to impress me...hardcore
>kids have their own scene and they can keep it...for
>the record I stongly disapprove of Stretch
>Armstrong,Brothers Keeper and also Strike Anywhere and
>anyone who wears a long strap with their car key on it
>cept for mickey fitz....that had to have been a joke...
>>New H2O is really pretty horrible, at least compared
>>to how good they used to be. They had been among my
>>favorites. It's always dissapointing when bands
>>change like that...
>I think the new H20 is just as good...If you are not
>into the overproduced poppy vocals on most of the new
>songs then I could understand that
>but most of the music and lyrics are great...one of my
>favorite H20 songs is "Underneath the flames" off
>their new record...I look at myself and see I had a
>"five year plan" that is quite differant than what I
>imagined...sometimes it is more disappointing when
>bands do stay the same...I know they are thinking of
>their fans when I see their epitaph/blackout stuff
>pushing $20 and their MCA stuff closer to $10...I look
>forward to seeing what else the an come up
>with....alright i'll shut up know...
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