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In the tradition of bands from The Clash to Rancid to Dropkick Murphys, the
Australian trio known as The Living End play a fists-in-the-air, shout-along brand
The Living End. Hellbound/It's for Your Own Good. Reprise. An excellent double-
CD set of great punk rock, greaser-style. Checking the liner notes, it looks like ...
Handsome Devil is a bit like Lit and The Offspring mixed with The Living End.
They also remind me a lot of The Marvelous 3, especially in their irreverence and ...
He's been in a number of bands on the West Coast over the years (Damnation,
Bloodjunkies, The Living End), but his latest project reveals this songwriter's soul ...
The thrill was gone. What once seemed like the living end in theatrical metal now
felt tarnished and overdone, almost forumlaic. I'm hopeful that Lovecraft and ...
It's kind of disconcerting how most of the hyped Australian exports are wild indie
rockers. Bands like The Vines, Wolfmother, The Living End and the like, while ...
... Kotche speaks. Matt Wellins gives the drummer some! ... Also books -- The
Living End by Stanley Elkin immediately comes to mind. Relationships can be a
Everything that punk rock should be in the new millennium, The Living End's Roll
On runs the gamut from anthemic protest songs (the title track) to boozy ...
However, if you find yourself in the market for Latin music (with English lyrics,
save for a verse in Spanish towards the end of every song but one) set to a ska ...
The Living End ... The music on this disc is incredible. Billed as a sonic tour
through Afro-Latin ports, the music incorporates the diverse rhythms from New ...