A horrible hack


Some Boys Got It, Most Men Don't

Year Released: 1999
Format: CD
Label: New Disorder
Reviewed by Shawn Cameron on Jun 13, 2007
Well, well, these four "boys" have really progressed. From being childhood punks they have evolved into 4 very talented songwriters. This record ranges in styles, from emo-punk, hardcore, muted trumpet acoustic ballads, to straight out metal ala Converge. This would seem like a record that does not flow well and is confused, but DBS pull it off briliantly. The lyrics are very well written, comparisons to Jawbreaker can easily be made while not coming off as the least bit...ridiculous.

A great record by all means. No matter which kind of music you like, it would be impossible to listen to this and not see real talent and musicianship.

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