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This is real punk rock.

It real grabs my goose and my goat, that there are all these kooks runnin' around thinkin' AFI, Less Than Jake, and bands like Green Day are punk rock. That stuff is straight up ice cream dates. Straight up rollerbladin' with your bro's on your way to 7-11 to get slurpees music. This is punk rock. See that word EXPLICIT down there? Well, thanks to our christian supremist puritanical belief system that word is being way too liberally. But FEAR is explicit. NEW YORK'S ALRIGHT IF YOU LIKE SAXAPHONES is awesome and everytime I hear it, I get happy. I hope you do too.

iTunes Review Is Ignorant / Gay Punks LOVE Fear!

I just read the iTunes review and just wanted to say, as a gay man, I have never thought FEAR's lyrics were anti-gay. Whoever wrote that review certainly doesn't speak for me. This record is not about hate. It's about anger for hypocracy and the basest instincts of everyone. iTunes, please look up the word SATIRE and learn it's meaning.

Punk Was About Something

It's interesting how this album can be misconstrued. The fact is that Fear were a true punk band from the original punk era. The ethos behind the original punk era was nihilism. Punk rock saw a post modern western civilization which was in the process of devolving, and therefore nothing mattered except here and now... and anger. Fear captures the sense of nihilism perfectly in this records. Let's Have a War, well because the rich need profits and we are their commodity. I Don't Care About You: speaks for itself. I Love Livin' in The City: where everything's dirty. So the splash review in iTunes has it wrong. Punk rock knew what it was about, and the reasons for being were nilhilism, and Fear.

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