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Album Review

The Dillinger Four are punk rock incarnate, and Versus God, the record by this exemplary crew of spry fellows from Minneapolis, is a punchy and rip-roaring classic. The general theme of the band, gleaned from its lyrics, appears to be seizing one's life back from whatever institution is currently fouling it up, living it to the utmost, and partying well past closing time. Song titles that support this theory include "Get Your Studyhall Outta My Recess," "Maximum Piss & Vinegar," and "Wrecktheplacefantastic." This is undoubtedly the Dillinger Four's most impressive work to date and the band comes off — both live and on this record — as genuine, with punk rock being more of a lifestyle than a hair style. Musically, the Dillinger Four are utterly infectious from hook to splendent melody to hook, rarely letting up from the crunchy, spirited wallop they deliver, kung fu-style, to the forehead.


Formed: 1994 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

St. Paul, MN-based punk group Dillinger Four were formed in 1994 by guitarist Erik Funk and bassist Patrick Costello; the group's original line-up, also including guitarist Sloan and drummer Lane Pedersen, held together long enough to record the debut 7" Higher Aspirations: Tempered and Dismantled before Sloan exited to join Man Afraid. After recruiting ex-Scooby Don't guitarist Bill Morrisette, Dillinger Four resurfaced in 1996 with the EP The Kids Are All Dead; a split single with fellow Twin Cities...
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