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Album Review

Limp's third album, which is self-titled, finds the band back after three years since their previous release. This album finds the band playing very mature pop-punk, not like much of the juvenile punk on Honest Don's and Fat Wreck Chords. A darker edge is also displayed, although it's restrained. However, it will no doubt leave the listener pleasantly surprised. Just like much of the pop-punk catalog, Limp's album is filled with hooks and melodies a plenty. The closest comparison one might be able to draw is to Slick Shoes, although Limp seems to do a pretty good job of separating themselves from the pack. Standard fare in many regards, but what the band does, they do well on this 11-song disc.


Formed: San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Alternative pop/rock outfit Limp emerged from the same region that spawned such bands as Neurosis, Fang, Econochrist, and Rancid, building on the roots they planted in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. Following the release in 1997 of Pop and Disorderly, Limp's debut album, the group embarked on a yearlong tour to build up its fan base and encourage support. The following year, the band put together an EP, Fine Girl. The disc consisted of five tunes and was put out by Fueled by Ramen. A second...
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