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Customer Reviews

Whats wrong with u ppl?

man im into hardcore punk and oi and this goes with that genre. this is a good album and fits in perfectly with the likes of the virus, cheap sex, action, SS-Kaliert, etc. THEY DIDNT SELL OUT ON THIS ALBUM!!THEY KEPT THEIR SOUND AND ITS GOOD!JUST CAUSE THEY PLAY WARPED DOESNT MEAN THEY SELL OUT!!!!WHEN THEY LOSE THIER SOUND IS WHEN THEY SELL OUT!!!


what happened to their album "So This Is Freedom"? i cant find it on itunes anymore, but i have some of their songs from there. ugh this is frustrating!

One of the best punk bands

I love this band. The Unseen is high up there on my list of favorite bands. This is one of their best albums as well. The first track, Live In Fear, is probably my favorite Unseen song. They don't have this one on iTunes, but Lower Class Crucifixion is probably one of the best Unseen albums I own.


Formed: 1993 in Hingham, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Boston hardcore punk quintet the Unseen formed in 1993 around high school friends Mark Unseen (vocals/drums), Tripp Underwood (vocals/bass), and lead guitarist Scott Unseen. With surprisingly little member turnover, the lineup soon also included Paul Russo (guitar/vocals), while drummer Pat Melzard joined up in 2002. After appearing on numerous punk compilations, the band issued the LPs So This Is Freedom and Lower Class Crucifixion on A-F Records, the label run by Pittsburgh punk iconoclasts Anti-Flag....
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