No Use For A Name “Hard Rock Bottom”

Album Reviews | Mar 1st, 2005

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Record Label: Fat Wreck Chords
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The fifth Fat release, just on the tails of their “Live in a Dive” installation, is just fucking great. This CD does everything from fast punk rock, to some rocktypes, to even a few slower songs with strings and shit, but it never lets down. I think I’ve listened to it six times already, and I’ve only had it a few days. Plus they cover a Sinead O’Connor song with Karina Denike on vocals. With a CD like this, it isn’t hard to see why they’re one of my favorites.

Bottom Line: Fuck yeah… This is their best CD to date, and it’s definitely a necessity for any collection.
Notable Tracks: let’s see, “Internation You Day”, “Let Me Down” (slightly different from the version off of Fat Music V), “Any Number Can Play”, “Insecurity Alert” are truly great, but there isn’t one song on here I don’t want to hear.
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