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Preschool

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Album Review

Released in concert with their first new studio recording in years (Another Case of Brewtality), this collection of classic old-school Gang Green numbers appeared on the band's longtime indie label, Tang!, in 1997. While Chris Doherty (vocals and guitars) leads the group (including bassist Bill Manley and drummer Mike Dean) through a myriad of blisteringly fast and mercifully short punk gems ("Lie Lie," "Kill a Commie"), the interesting and rare mid-tempo numbers ("Sold Out," "Don't Know") stand out with their more pointed — or maybe just understandable — lyrics and overall listenability. Doherty's throat-splitting vocal delivery matches the greatest punk wailers with its intensity and abandon, while the "singer" lays down some seriously quick guitar work, actually displaying a reasonable amount of technical facility on his instrument. All this can be said for just about any Gang Green disc, so even while there are more than a few nice moments on Preschool, it's not an important entry in the band's oeuvre and should be valued as such by fans looking to begin or expand their punk collection.

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Far and away the biggest name to emerge from the Boston hardcore scene, Gang Green was an unabashed party band specializing in beer-soaked, warp-speed three-chord thrash. Obsessed with beer, skateboarding, sex, and more beer, the group slowly added stronger hints of heavy metal as their career wore on, but otherwise followed much the same blueprint both musically and lyrically. Predictable though they may have been, their simple party-hearty philosophy, coupled with their irreverent streak of humor,...
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