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Loss of Words

Career Soldiers

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Album Review

San Diego skate punks Career Soldiers make their full-length debut with Loss of Words, a solid piece of old-school hardcore with political overtones. It's one of those albums that does absolutely nothing to advance the stylistic or thematic boundaries of hardcore punk: song titles like "Long Live the Underground" and "F**k the World, Skating's Better" get the lyrical point across, and the dozen songs follow the usual three-chord, two-minute, one mosh break formula. That said, the quartet play with energy and punk aggro to spare, ripping into songs like "This Generation" and "We'll All Be Cured" with the single-minded fury of punk righteousness. Nobody who has already grown out of their hardcore punk stage will be brought back into the fray by Loss of Words, but given a choice between this and the latest pop-punk act piped into the sound system at Hot Topic, any self-respecting punk kid would have no trouble choosing.

Customer Reviews

Career Soldiers!!!!!!!

Career Soldiers are amazing, but where's finding freedom in hopelessness? Anyway by this cd and don't listen to green day, cuz theyr not real punk anyway. Now the career soldiers......real punk

THIS IS SOME SICK SH#$

go buy at your reord store or bet buy. support the band

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