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Exit English Strike Anywhere
Release Date: 2003 - 10 - 13, Audio CD, Jade Tree
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by - written on 16/04/09, updated on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 208 readings)
I never really bothered with Strike Anywhere, despite having downloaded a couple of their albums literally years ago. I recently listened to them again though, as I started to really like punk stuff, particularly melodic hardcore. I was pleasantly surprised with what I found on the album Exit English, so I'll just say a couple of sentences about each song. Amplify Pretty average really. Not bad, but nothing particularly special either. Very short as well, so there really isn't much to it. Blaze Now this is better stuff. With a catchy chorus (you'll find yourself singing along to "we'll go, go out in a blaze") and great guitars ... Read the complete review
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