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Album Review

For Les Sexareenos, this whole garage punk thing ain't nothin' but an excuse for a big ol' party, and they're throwing a doozy on this compilation, which pulls together 19 tunes from five 7" EPs, with material from various Sexareenos-affiliated unreleased tracks rounding out the package. Low on fidelity but high on frantic energy (though the cuts Jim Diamond recorded are noticeably cleaner and better detailed than the rest), 28 Party Dancers from Montreal's Finest is a raw and sweaty hullabaloo from front to back as the band charges through a bunch of butt-shaking originals and likeminded covers (and any act that covers the Knaves, Kenny & the Kasuals, and Paul Revere & the Raiders on one disc has a healthy set of aesthetic priorities, if you ask me). While these kids obviously value passion over precision, they sound damn good when they get a good head of steam going, with Choyce's chunky guitar and Mark Sultan's hard-bashing drumming throwing this music into fourth gear and layin' rubber against all challengers. 28 Party Dancers from Montreal's Finest isn't going to change the way the world looks at music, but if this doesn't get your next beer bust rockin', you're either in a coma or in need of a serious cool transplant.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Originally founded out of the ashes of another Montreal punk group, this band took its name from a Ron Haydock teen pulp novel. After releasing some EPs and singles, all of which received praise for their incredible energy and live feeling, the group released their debut album on Sympathy for the Record Industry, Live! In the Bed. Touring continued for the group, including stops in Europe, Japan, and Australia. In 2001, the band released Can You Do the Nose Mustache?, another EP. This was prior to...
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