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Another gem from Florida

Some fifteen-plus years into their existence, Radon never cease to amaze. They continue to embody everything that is great about Florida punk in general, and the ever-flourishing Gainesville scene in particular. Once again, nearly every song has the ability to become endearing, and after a scant two or three listens, you too will find yourself singing along at the top of your lungs. "Rehab Barbie" has to be one of the band's most hook-laden efforts ever, and "Gainesville Harp Core" makes me wonder if the guys didn't bring in a youthful Bob Dylan to guest on the harmonica. Just plain great, from track one on.

Radon was the first band I ever saw live

Call me an aging hipster who needs to be put out to pasture, but Radon was the first band I ever saw live, so I'm pretty nostalgic about them. Though their crappy brand of melodic southern college punk may not be anything groundbreaking by today's standards their steadfast simplicity and three piece anthems are D-I-Y-licious. Call it sticking to your guns or call it stale, this gritty little band remains one of my favorites. I've hooked up with lots of guys at their shows and have had lots of their songs on mix-tapes and I'm glad they're back.

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