Citizen Keyne "Unity" Step-One
Here we have being broke, drinking, Punk and Skin Unity
"I am a punk. I'm going to make the world feel better"
Here is a band that believes punk can still impact society. and i, for one, find that empowering.
a solid punk rock album. Can be a touch repetitive on "This is me, mr society, deal with it!". But i will take lyrics of defiance and rebellion any day. Cleanly produced. Some songs are slightly faster, some songs have real a good mid-paced oi feel. You can tell that these bootboys are older, with lyrics that stem from an aged punk feel with some mature perspective. But that has nont tempered the flames of anger and dissent. CK are down for unity, they would like to join the subcultures to fight the system. Some more political ditties in there, but only about 3 of the 12 "Unity" ends with a 2 minute version of the Priest classic, "Breaking the Law" ..fun for a punk, but a metal head might shake his head.
Standouts: "Police State", "Punk Not Fashion", "Weekend Riot", "What's Going On?"
FFO: Superyob, Foreign Legion, Blood Stained Brindle, The Business
In Depth Review and Interview
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