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Album Review

Gritty, working-class, melodic punk rock (that sounds more from the early-'80s Cali scene than its watered-down followers) abounds on Rumors and Headlines, One Man Army's third album. At their best, the band's crunchy guitars evoke the Descendents or, like on the straight-up, singalong rock of "Have Nots & Heartbreak," the Ramones. But, Rumors and Headlines is a little patchy — songs like "Leave Me Alone" quickly fade from memory and the chorus and handclaps on "Casualty" push the listener's patience. Still, when One Man Army is great, they're really great. "S.O.S." is a masterful piece of emotional Buzzcocks power pop that would tear up the punk stage.


Formed: 1996 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Discovered by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong in an East Bay club, San Francisco's One Man Army has the distinction of having the first release on Adeline Records, Armstrong's label. Begun by Jack Dalrymple (guitar/vocals), Brandon Pollack (drums), and James Kotter (bass), the band is known for blending old and new punk sounds and melding aggression and energy with catchy pop-punk. The group's midtempo songs are laced with Dalrymple's working-class lyrics. One Man Army made its full-length debut...
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