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Back in 1978, the terms "introspective" and "punk-pop" were never heard in the same sentence. Janis Ian, Judy Collins, and Joni Mitchell were introspective — punk-pop bands like the Ramones, the Buzzcocks, 999, and the Dickies were fun, loud, extroverted, and in-your-face. But with the emo explosion of the '90s, punk-pop did, in fact, take a very introspective turn, which is why this Happy Campers disc is full of the sort of emotional analysis that you never would have heard on a Dickies album back in the day. Released in 2003, the Campers' self-titled third album mines the familiar Green Day/NOFX waters and has all the things one typically expects from emo — introspective, confessional lyrics combined with guitar-powered aggression, songs about dysfunctional romantic relationships, and a big dose of vulnerability. The Las Vegas residents aren't terribly original or distinctive; countless others have done this type of thing in the '90s and 2000s. But they do it better than much of the competition, and most of their writing is decent — not exceptional or breathtaking, but decent. Occasionally, the Campers venture into political territory; "News at 11," for example, reflects on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, while "Tubes" criticizes the Las Vegas police for breaking up a punk concert. Most of the Campers' lyrics, however, are on the introspective side, and that approach prevails whether vocalist Isaac Irvine is singing about a demanding girlfriend ("You Make Me Want to Drive off a Cliff") or a neglectful sperm donor who is a breeder but not a true parent ("Fair Weather Father"). Although derivative and imperfect, this CD has more plusses than minuses and is a cut above most of the emo-oriented discs that came out in 2003.


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Las Vegas musicians have often been stereotyped as Wayne Newton disciples, but in fact, the city's music scene also offers everything from jazz to alternative rock, hip-hop, and urban contemporary. And Vegas is the home of the Happy Campers, an emo/punk-pop/alternative pop/rock trio along the lines of Green Day. The group was formed in 1996 by lead singer/guitarist/lyricist Isaac Irvine, aka Isaac Campa (b. November 25, 1975, Ohio), who was a student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)...
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