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It's no big secret to those in the know that northern California's the Forgotten have long looked to Joe Strummer and Tim Armstrong for inspiration. And while Control Me is a fun exercise in punk revivalism, it lacks almost any hint of originality. That said, the group's love of Rancid, Stiff Little Fingers, Social Distortion, and the Clash is transparent on chant-along, sonic sh*t fits like "Social Security," "Respect & Lies," and "Rebellion." With a pick-slide here, a drum rumble there, and chugga-chugga riffs all around, vocalist Gordy, guitarist Craig, bassist Johnny, and drummer Dkash may sound inspired on Control Me's better moments, but don't expect them to sound inspirational. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

Biography

Formed: March, 1997 in San Jose, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Creating radical themes exposed in the bounds of the most turbulent influences of styles like punk revival and Oi!, the Forgotten eventually managed to gather a considerable legion of fans, not only in the U.S. but also in Europe, where their stirring themes granted them raving audiences. Hailing from San Jose, CA, the Forgotten formed in 1997 due to the initiative of frontman Gordy Carbone and guitarist Craig Fairbaugh. Following the additions of bassist Johnny Gregurich and drummer Dkash (aka Dave...
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