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Hit and Run

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Jump on a Tiger

I saw Jack Grisham at a record shop once and as I was talking to him he put this C.D. in the Wilson Phillips section.

A Streetwise, Perfectly Executed Piece of the Rock......

Two indie/punk bands made severe stylistic changes that paved the way for Guns & Roses (well deserved) success. The first was The Cult's "Electric". T.S.O.L's "Hit & Run" was the other. Since T.S.O.L. switched singers for "Change Today", they had been heading in a more hard rock direction, with spectacular results. This shift left fans of the hardcore sound the band helped pioneer yelling "sell out", even though "Hit & Run" arose out of a gradual, and quite natural sounding progression. T.S.O.L had actually started challenging what was expected of them years prior, with the (also excellent) "Beneath the Shadows", so this should not have come as such a shock to their fans. This is tough, tight hard rock, complete with punk rock street cred. Check it out.......

not good at all

I believe TSOL is one of the biggest sell out bands if their times, they were one of the greatest hardcore punk bands ever, but decided to change their music. get one of their earlier albums, you'll be much more satisfied

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Formed: 1978 in Huntington Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

In the early years of Los Angeles punk, one of the premiere hardcore bands was T.S.O.L., which stood for True Sounds of Liberty. Offering poppier music than many of their contemporaries and featuring an image that appealed to punks who wanted to dive deeper into the gothic subgenre already being offered by many British punk bands, T.S.O.L. became hugely popular on...
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