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Customer Reviews

This is great!

i heard this live (Oct. 6th macs bar, michigan) and it pretty much sounds the same live
they are perfect and this is a great LP!


The Flatliners are all grown up, unfortunately

Compared to Destroy to Create, the Flatliners' new stuff is very disappointing. They've completely lost the edgy ska-punk sound that made them unique, and now they sound just like all the other alternative bands out there. So sad. I'll continue to check out their stuff as it comes out, but I'm not hopeful for the future of their music.

How do i put this?

OH MAH GAWD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Formed: 2002 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canada's Flatliners play aggressive but melodic old-school, pre-hardcore punk rock songs, enlivened with the occasional dubby bassline or inverted ska rhythm. Comparisons to London Calling, Sandinista!, early Members, or the Ruts are more apt than more overtly reggae-influenced acts like the Specials or Madness. After forming the band in Toronto, Ontario in 2002, singer and rhythm guitarist Chris Cresswell, lead guitarist Scott Brigham, bassist Jon Darbey, and drummer Paul Ramirez gigged across Canada's...
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