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Jukebox Zeros / Press

“Honest but fierce rock 'n' roll attack. Jukebox Zeros are as good as any bands out there in the classic Chuck Berry on steroids punk and roll sound.”

John "Speedo" Reis - (Rocket From The Crypt, Swami Records)

“The title track ["Static, Static"] scorches with '70s-style guitars and an amphetamine frustration you can actually hum along to."”

“After seeing the Jukebox Zeros at the Dave Blood Memorial Benefit @ Bar Noir, Rodney Anonymous (Dead Milkmen) had this to say: Jukebox Zeros fuckin' ruled. But you knew that they would, so that's not news. How 'bout this, the Pope has begun beatifying them!”

“Not only are the Jukebox Zeros the best thing to ever come from Philadelphia, they are currently the best band on the east coast. They're high-energy rock 'n' roll in its purest form. Why the hell would you want anything else?”

"Half Rolling Stones and half Replacements with a little Ramones and Chuck Berry thrown in for good measure."

"Great songs, simple leads, and catchy fucking choruses. I could listen to this all day long."

“I like them... Normally I don't like anything much!”

"#9 on baker's dozen of top r-r-r-real rock & roll cd releases for 2005"

“The Jukebox Zeros have great influences.”

"Rocked this honky's tonk!"

“They're cool.”

“Slashing guitars sprang like flyin' monkeys outta the speakers, the vocals were straight from snot city, the drums 'n' bass bop along, kick ya in the booty and shake your spine...”

Jeff Dahl