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Album Review

While their sonic punch is undeniable, blending guitar skronk with Bryan Scott's snarled vocals, the rebellious posing of songs like "Revolution Man" comes off as a calculated marketing ploy rather than true agitation. Rather than start a revolution, this is music that will likely lead to skateboarding and headbanging. [Education in Rebellion was also released in a "clean" edition, containing no profanities or vulgarities.]

Customer Reviews

I've never been to Ozzfest...

I actually picked this up on a whim at Target long ago. It kinda had to grow on me, but it's a decent album. I'd say if you like PM5K, White Zombie or maybe even Static X, you might wanna give these guys a shot. My only real problem is that I found the title track a little misleading. It sets you up for an entirely different sound overall, and feels really out of place when you consider the way the rest of the album feels. Otherwise, pretty solid.

shut your mouth

the guy who said that don't have no talent (p10 or whatever) obviously does not realize the amazing talent union underground has so shut it don't diss 'em dork-wad rock on union underground!


It's an interesting type of metal but it's still is awesum


Formed: 1996 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The roots of heavy metal band the Union Underground lie in the relationship between singer/guitarist Bryan Scott and guitarist Patrick Kennison, who met in junior high school in San Antonio, TX. After finishing high school, the two launched their own recording studio, Studio Underground, making cassettes of their music. Sales of 5,000 copies of an EP brought interest from major labels, with Portrait, the hard rock imprint of Sony's Columbia label, winning out as Scott and Kennison completed the band's...
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