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Album Review

Last Stop Suburbia is more typical Drive-Thru Records pop-punk from a band whose bio admits, "Growing up, punk rock was Screeching Weasel, Green Day and the Queers, and that's all they wrote: fast pop-punk with catchy-as-hell melodies. That's what we try to maintain." For what it's worth, Allister is capable of following through on its statement, as this is an album filled with upbeat, poppy songs with nice melodies and songs about girls and rock & roll. It's competent and well played, but hardly original. This is perfect bubblegum pop-punk for a new generation; the older kids will no doubt be sticking to their Jawbreaker, Riverdales, and Operation Ivy albums.

Customer Reviews

Speedy, positive, and fun

Once the first song kicks off, you'll be loving this album. The whole album is fast, never gets slow, and is super catchy. "Radio Player" is a song anyone will enjoy. "Overrated" has a great drum beat, and leads into a destructive, but still fun, chrous (similar to Green Day's "Longview"). The song "Racecars" is the ultimate positive song. It'll have you singing "Don't worry about your problems, cuz it just don't matter when it comes down to the fact that everyone has problems and life's too short to keep them bottled up inside" all day. "The One That Got Away" is a sweet song in which the singer talks about a girl who left him, but he's at least glad he got the chance to know her, and just hopes that she'll be happy. "Somewhere On Fullerton" would have made a great single. The song is about a place called Fullerton where he used to go and hang out at punk rock shows. The whole album is great, and I could blab about it all day. Basically, it's a pop punk album that's still punk. It sounds like a bunch of guys rockin' out because they want to have fun, not because they want money. Now that's what I call punk!

It's good

You know, this is just pure punk rock, no BS, like Lagwagon and Millencolin before, they just want to rock like punks, just buy it because it is another example of real music.

The Best in Punk Today

This album is filled with short, fast, awesome punk music. Sort of like a current day Dookie, this album is amazing. My favorites are Somewhere On Fullerton, Stuck, Flypaper, and Overrated but there are plenty of other good ones.


Formed: 1996 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Chicago punk-pop combo Allister was formed in 1995 by vocalist/drummer Tim Rogner and guitarist Johnny Hamada, longtime classmates who first teamed in a cover band organized to play their school talent show. The duo expanded to a trio the following year after Hamada met bassist Eric "Skippy" Mueller at the University of Illinois, and in early 1997 the group played their first live date under their original name, Phineas Gage. They eventually rechristened themselves Allister after a character on the...
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