Two veteran punk bands – Alkaline Trio and One Man Army – get six songs apiece on this fiery album. Trio’s standouts, ”Dead and Broken” (with guest vocals by Naked Raygun’s Jeff Pezzati) and the Manson-family epic ”Sadie,” showcase their talent for pairing grisly lyrics with infectious harmonies. Army’s anthems are more garbled but no less spirited, with a middle finger pointed right at the cultural mainstream.
BYO Split Series, Volume V Two veteran punk bands -- Alkaline Trio and One Man Army -- get six songs apiece on this fiery album. Trio's standouts, ''Dead and Broken'' (with...BYO Split Series, Volume V Two veteran punk bands -- Alkaline Trio and One Man Army -- get six songs apiece on this fiery album. Trio's standouts, ''Dead and Broken'' (with...2004-04-30
Producer (group): BYO
Posted April 30 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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