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Not my favorite Distillers album, but still worth the purchase.

I'm surprised they're aren't more reviews for this album. So, I figured I'd write one myself. This is a great album from a great band. It is non-stop punk rock from the longer anxed ridden songs to the shorter songs that fly by so quickly they almost seem to be one fluid track. Highlights include Sick of it All, City of Angels, Seneca Falls and Lordy Lordy. My advice is to not only buy this album, but everything the Distillers have done.

an uderappreciated classic

I first started listening to the Distillers in middle school because of their association with Rancid. But I found that this album is far better than anything Rancid ever produced. Sing Sing Death House blew me away then because of the impassioned lyrics and because of Brody's distinctive voice. Even though my musical taste has drifted more toward indie rock as I've gotten older, this album is still one of my favorites. Even though Coral Fang is probably more accomplished in terms of the arrangements and the production, this album is just as catchy and listenable without losing an indisputably punk quality.


The distillers is a band that slide down into your ear drums, the look around and decide that it's a great place to have a party. I loved Brody's voice from the second I heard it. Her gutteral sluring reminds me of the Las Vegas punks I know and Love. Download, mosh repeat~!


Formed: 1998 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The hardcore punk outfit the Distillers first came together in late 1998 when Aussie native Brody Armstrong met bassist Kim Chi at work and realized their love for playing. Soon they hooked up with Detroit guitarist Rose Casper and drummer Matt. Signed to Epitaph, the band issued its self-titled debut in April 2000. Sing Sing Death House appeared the same year, but was re-released in early 2002 thanks to the sudden popularity of "Seneca Falls." By now, Kim Chi had left the group to join Exene Cervenka...
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