This is truly great conservative punk rock. Some of the profanity is a bit excessive, but I say that only in the interests of getting this music out to the widest possible audience.
I assume that Eddy came of age in the 1980's and thus was a beneficiary of trickle-down economics.
Well, being a southerner, I have pretty exacting standards for any band that flies the stars & bars on its cover art, but I must say this ain't no bullshit here. I'm still trying to get my head around the rock opera part, since that seems to involve a more in-depth story. But then, I always had some trouble with opera of the non-rock variety too. Mostly I dig the raspy rawness of these songs. It takes me back. It's harder everyday to find music like this that doesn't pussyfoot around trying to be part of whatever the next big lame thing is. Simple. Honest. Fuckin'. Punk.
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