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One of the best records of the year

The Arrivals are downright amazing. This record pushes their songwriting even further than their previous release. Many of these songs seem to be about the end of whatever America we know, not a celebration but a declaration that the end is not near, the end is now. "Talk to your mother cause the power won't be staying on for long" sums it up. Everything sounds great, the tempos are varied but rock like hell. Basically if you follow DIY punk circa 2010 you need this. Cause it is Nacho Libre good.

I love you.
Bye.

Biography

Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Arrivals made their full-length debut with Goodbye New World on the Windy City's Thick Records in 2000, emerging from the same Chicago punk scene that spawned Naked Raygun, Pegboy, Blue Meanies, and Alkaline Trio. Sounding an amalgam of their Midwestern predecessors, the South Side crew — Issac Thotz (guitar, vocals), Dave Merriman (guitar), Dave Kaktis (bass), and Ronni Dicola (drums) — got together in 1996 to self-produce their first EP, Songs from the Cabal...
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