Record Label: Manic Records
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This band emulates the late 70s and early 80s mod/new wave punk sound a little too well. Like a cross between The Jam and The Undertones with a poppier, sunny Californian feel, The Put-Ons sound both raw and poppy. Unfortunately, they dont sound very original.
Sometimes emulating an era too much makes you sound uninteresting, since, after all, this has already been done. Theyre a good band, but, hey, Id rather listen to the Jam and Undertones.