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Up Your Ass

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Wonderful, the definition of melodic punk

This album has done so much for me. Every song is wonderful and timeless. 88 Fingers Louie dont mess around when it comes to writing memorable, full, meaningful punk songs. The energy on this album goes from melodic punk songs like past mistakes, too many, run on home, can't get up the nerve, to more hardcore punk influenced songs like In Your Eyes, My Father's Dreams, Call it a Night, Won't Stay Late. The diversity of the songs really complements the total album. The riffs, drums, vocals, bass, everything is where it needs to be. 88 Fingers Louie are underrated legends, and this is an album that should belong in everyone punk or metalhead's collection. Another highlight of this album is the cover of Victim in Pain by Agnostic Front and the cover of New Direction by Gorilla Biscuits. Both covers are fantasic, 88 Fingers Louie pulled it off perfect. This album introduced me to some incredible music and some of the best times of my life. GET THIS!!!!!


Formed: 1993 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

With Chicago's early reputation based on being a city infested with organized crime during the turn of the century, it's only fitting that 88 Fingers Louie took their name from a piano-playing gangster, even if it was from an old Flintstones episode. Not that any of them was involved in the Mafia. They just started out wanting to play sloppy, fun punk for themselves back in spring 1993. Later on that year, 88 self-released their first EP and appeared on a couple of local compilations before getting...
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