Written by GE 138.
Terrific sounding stuff from a nice and rowdy local drunk Punk Rock band. The Peccadilloes are lucky to have a singer like San-D who gives them that little push that they need to be a bit ahead of the pack here in town and makes this CD the fine listen that it is. This release has loads of the songs that they play live and I'm glad to finally know what they're officially called (Jesus Crutch is fantastic, but Down To Earth is pretty good too, as well as Restrictions and Buzzkill). Love that they put the lyrics in this release 'cuz they're pretty good. Some of the riffs to these songs are more transparent than others, but that's not a bad thing, is it? It's not about the originality, it's all about the honesty and sincerity that a band puts into their music, and this CD has those aspects in spades. Some of this stuff borders on 70's pop (Kid Toy... great song) but mostly it's composed of U.K. 82 style punk rock...angry, fast and hard. Their song Sin City is exactly 1:38 seconds long...heh heh heh. Just fucking grand stuff from The Peccadilloes and Aaron Archer can eat a dick. His Review of this same CD made it seem like it sucked, which is hardly the case. This CD is very niiiiiice.
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