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We Are All We Have

The Casualties

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... seriously?

First off, I love the Casualties, one of my favorite bands, next to Social Distortion and Operation Ivy, and yes they sound more mainstream. That doesnt mean you have to denounce them. Their sound is great, from for the punx to this album, and of course they are not the only punk band to sound generic but still, give credit where credit is due, they came frome practically nothing. And whats with hating on Rancid too? Tim Armstrong is a musical genius, just because he makes money doesnt mean hes not a punk.

whatt?

they didnt "change into ska" they have one reggae song and i think its awesome theyre just playing styles that influence them which is great, this album is just as sick as their past efforts if not better.

shut up

im tired of all of these people hating on rancid they are the best punk band to ever live and tim armstrong is a legend and this casualties album is awesom!! all of the songs are so sick and i love the ska feeling in a couple of the songs im glad they went in that direction with this album! and if u hate rancid dont even listen to them or talk about the and for kong your an idiot

Biography

Formed: 1990 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Casualties formed in 1990 out of a desire to return to the heyday of punk, an era that hung on into the early '80s and then started to fall by the wayside in favor of the very early grunge movement, as well as hair metal, synth pop, and new wave. But the band's lineup was far from stable in the early days. The initial lineup consisted of singers Jorge Herrera and Colin, drummer Yureesh, guitarist Hank, and bassist Mark. Even this inaugural lineup was shaky, with Colin stepping out for several...
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