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The Crumbs

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Album Review

Only the third full-length album by the Crumbs in a long and vigorous career, 2004's Last Exit is entirely of a piece with their earlier records: straightforward street punk with strong hints of Social Distortion (especially when the group affect a country-ish twang, as on the sly "Drunken Call") and any number of classic '70s bands. These 14 songs are workmanlike punk rock, low on frills and unneeded embellishments but high on catchy shout-along choruses; the flaw is that the band's energy levels sound like they're only running at about 70 percent of capacity. The performances are sometimes uninspired and a touch flabby, with only occasional bursts of energy like the galloping "Dead Guy Boogie" standing out from the solid but somewhat faceless mass.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Miami, FL's, the Crumbs formed out of their love for the Ramones, '50s rock, and an excessive habit of coffee and alcohol. Consisting of Raf Classic (guitar/vocals), Johnny B (guitar), Emil 4 1/2 (bass), and former Chickenhead vocalist Chuck Loose (drums), additional inspirations of the Dead Boys, the Pagans, Crime, the Stooges, the MC5, and other pre-1977 punk acts paved the way for the Crumbs' sound. Recess Records released the band's first EP, I Fell in Love With an Alien Girl and I Think I'm...
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