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Album Review

100% Synthetic is an excellent power pop/punk statement that will get caught up in the emo hype — for better or worse, and not unfairly so — though the Chicago troupe is far more into social issues that society faces than the individual social dramas that dominate that movement, a throwback to the old-school punk ethos (including political motivations on tracks such as "Replacement Parts"). "Finding Color in Grey People" in particular is a must for any mix tape, a catchy tune with guitar histrionics and several separate parts that all come together for three minutes of bliss. Ultimately, it is this excellent and open-ended songwriting that helps set the Honor System apart, and for all the right reasons. Wish it was longer than 20 minutes, though. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi


Formed: 1999 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After the 1998 breakup of the Broadways, ex-members Dan Hanaway (vocals, guitar) and Rob DePaola (drums) moved on to form the Honor System later that year. Along with guitarist Nolan McGuire and bassist Chris Carr, a complex front of politically motivated pop-punk resulted as they gigged in their native Chicago. Asian Man Records eventually released the Honor System's first full-length, entitled Single File, in 2000. The 100% Synthetic EP was issued a year later on Double Zero before the guys moved...
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  • 5,94 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Reggae, Ska
  • Released: 01 January 2001

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