4.11.2006

The Suicide Machines- Destruction By Definition

The Suicide Machines are a punk (and in some cases ska) four-piece band that will kick your ass in the thirty minutes encased on this record. Their punk/ska influences are very apparent in songs like the opening New Girl, an upbeat and distorted sing along and No Face. Both songs are very punky with some mixed in third-wave ska, yet both songs have no horns. Then, Hey (as covered by Streetlight Manifesto at many shows) comes on. Hey has both powerful horns and great guitar riffs, and probably inspired Tomas Kalnoky a big deal. This whole CD is good fun, and a great download for anyone that is a fan of the genres.

8 Comments:

Anonymous ms said...

Glad to see ya back man. Sure the other contributers will come around too :)

Sorry to bother you with a request.. but can you post:
This Is Music: The Singles 92-98, by the Verve?
& Daft Punk's Discovery?
It seems my abusive plays have rendered the disc.. unrippable. (I'm in the process of digitizing and selling off my CD collection). I know you're probably focusing on posting new releases so if you can't post these no worries, thanks.

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Vinz said...

Thanks A lot, it's great cd and one I was search for a long time :-)

3:11 AM  
Anonymous Th said...

great album, a request, do you have catch 22 with alone in a crowd??

6:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great post man.do you happen to have quicksand's manic compression album?thanks and keep up the good work

12:40 AM  
Blogger ert90 said...

Sweet man, I've been looking for this one!

6:00 PM  
Blogger Soave said...

OMFG "New Girl" = Tony Hawk Pro Skater!!! Ahhh!!

2:48 AM  
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