Music Reviews

Murder City Wrecks

Get Wrecked

ALL RIGHT! Good, old-fashioned, obnoxious 3-chord punk that anybody can play. It’s amazing how a band can take such a simple concept and make such a great album with it. OK, maybe it’s got more than three chords and the bass player is actually quite good, but that’s just a bonus. These are types of songs that make you want to learn all the lyrics, which isn’t very hard to do, and go to the show so you can sing along. Hey, this is a short review, but what else do I need to say? It’s just great punk! Check out the second song, “Everything’s a Drag.” Murder City Wrecks, PO Box 35733, Detroit, MI 48235.

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