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Blue Collar Moxy

Johnny Respect

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Music from a different time.

Songs on "Blue Collar Moxy" such as "Keep It" "Authority" and "Broken Homes" are great examples of a spunky, indie Christian Punk band trying to make a name for themselves in the already very well-worn territory during the late 90s (Dogwood, Value Pac, Two Timer, Ghoti Hook, Smiley Kids, etc. were already doing this scene, just better). Avoid the "Single" (called "The Ballad of the Invisible Man"), and "Never Tried" (This band should never have slowed their tempo, it makes for the painfully obvious lack of vocal ability from Mr. guitar-player, though the harmonies would sometimes hit the right notes).

The Stray Cats cover is not half bad. This band was at one point trying the whole "East Coast 50's Greaser-Punk" look out (Complete with the Ricky Ricardo Hairdo and the suspenders over A-Shirts Look). It was a good time. What can I say? Those were different times.

After touring relentlessly throughout the middle west with fellow Michiganians, The Insyderz, and some other Bulletproof Records Alumn (Squad Five-O, as I recall) JR were tired of making the fun, annoying, simple pop punk that you see here on "Blue Collar Moxy." The follow up, "Life Ain't What It Used to Be" was a much darker venture; proving only that growing up takes the fun out of life.
Sort of like what happened somewhere in between Squad Five-O's "What I Believe" and their final record, "Late News Breaking"... Only Johnny Respect only took TWO albums to make the digression.

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