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Split: Good Riddance / Kill Your Idols

Good Riddance & Kill Your Idols

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Album Review

This split from Jade Tree is a bicoastal affair, offering exclusive material from Santa Cruz revivalists Good Riddance and N.Y.C. hardcore purists Kill Your Idols. The former's tightly wound sound is well represented here; "Judas and the Morning After Pill" and "Grandstanding from the Cheap Seats" have an urgent punk traditionalism about them that's reminiscent of Bad Religion. For their part, Kill Your Idols prove that the rabid, ragged-edges sound of New York City's defiant hardcore scene is still going strong.


Formed: 1986 in Santa Cruz, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Good Riddance is a straight-edge hardcore punk band from Santa Cruz, CA. Led by vocalist Russ Rankin, the band's longtime lineup included guitarist Luke Pabich, bassist Chuck Platt, and drummer Sean "SC" Sellers. Although it was formed in 1986 by ex-Fury 66 member Rankin as a voice for his political frustrations and protests, the band...
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