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Somewhere In America

Dynamite Boy

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Album Review

Same old story, different band: boy develops a crush on a girl, girl goes for the captain of the football team, captain of the football team kicks sand in the boys face, boy has his heart ripped out and decides to write a song about it. Thus, the story of Dynamite Boy continues: perpetually bored, girlfriend-less, and still feeling the traumas from high school. Somewhere in America could potentially hit close to home for every high school suburbanite who yet has to build up the courage to deliver a valentine to that special someone. To top it off with some of the catchiest pop-punk riffs this side of Green Day (Kerplunk era), the Alkaline Trio, and the Parasites, Dynamite Boy should not be lumped into the category of "generic pop-punk" — especially with their secret bonus cover of They Might Be Giants' "Welcome to the Jungle Gym."

Customer Reviews

Best Dynamite Boy album

I only wish Dynamite Boy had made more albums like this. Somewhere In America was a favorite pop/punk album from my early 20's and now that I'm 30, I find it holds up quite well. Tracks like "Last Chance" and "No Way Out" and "Hook, Line and Sinker" showcase the band's hard driving style and vocal harmonies.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Liberating pop-punk inflected style conceptions on to the alternative arena, Dynamite Boy stormed out of Austin in 1995. The Texan crew, composed by Sean (vocals, guitar), Danny (guitar), bassist Adrian, and drummer Scott, managed to record their first full-length only a year after forming, Hell Is Other People arrived in 1996 through the Offtime Records catalogue. Since their formation, Dynamite Boy preferred and managed on keeping a busy schedule, making innumerous live performances all over the...
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