01. No respect
02. It's up to us
03. Never enough
Released by One By One in 1995.
One of my personal favorites from the golden days of US Oi!. They started when old friends Chris Orquiz (bass), Carlos (drums) and Cesar (guitar) meet up with Jeff Duchin (vocals) in 1994. Even if they only where around for 2 years they managed to release this EP and a split with Templars plus some really great songs on various compilation albums. The band played that slow yet hard 90's Oi! that is typical for American bands in the 90's. Add to that some great guitar rhythms and Jeff's unique way of delivering the vocals and you have 90 proofs sound.
The band started it's own label called 90 Proof Records before they broke up and even if it didnt last long they managed to release some interesting split records with some of the elite in the US scene.
All songs on the EP are great but if i have to pick favorites it has to be It's up to us that has some really simple but interesting drums on it. All songs by the band that i have heard focus mostly on rhythm and these songs are no exception.
STRAWBS - Sandy Denny And The LP 68 w Just A Collection Of Antiques And Curios LP 70 w From The Witchwood LP 71 w Grave New World LP 72 w The Best Of Strawbs w Bursting At The Seams LP 73 w Hero And Heroine LP 74 w Ghosts LP 75 w Nomadness LP 75 w Deep Cuts LP 76 w Burning For You LP 77 w Deadlines LP 78 w Strawbs By Choice LP
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