So far I am digging this alot. I was told that Lars from Rancid produced this too. I would say though Angry that Ha Ha was REAL good and this carries on the tradition. Nice one!Ken
Hi Ken & Angry.Hope youre both well.Agreed this is a cracker of a album. To say it has taken me by suprise is a understatement. Daz (Sedated)
I can't wait for it to arrive next week. Thanks for the good words about it. I am looking for to it more than ever now.Lew
Hey Daz, how are you???!!!! I agree this is a nice return to form. Ha Ha was real good, and this continues the tradition! Thanks for commentingKen
I'm fine Ken, thanks for asking :)I check out this blog regular. Some great stuff gets posted. Do you know anyone who has the False Prophets "Implosion" MP3?Keep on keeping on fellas.Daz
Hey Daz Great to hear from you. Thanks for checking out the blog and taking the time to comment. It's always appreciated and makes this all worthwhile. Take care and all the best!Angry
Daz, I have the files for the False Prophets Implosion album. I will post it over the next few days for you....Busy with Easter today. Glad you still stop by and check us out. Long live punk rock!!Ken
Hey Ken and Angry...I haven't been much of a fan of GBH's last few records (for some odd reason I love No Need To Panic!, but that's a whole different subject). Pleasantly surprised by this one though...maybe even shocked. Didn't think they still had it in 'em.
Jay, you have to check out Ha Ha. I was off the wagon with them since Midnight Madness and Beyond. Picking bits and pieces from other albums along the way. That album put them back on the same path to greatness. This one is a grower and just gets better each listen. Ken
saw them in concert about a year ago and mind you was pissed out of my head but i still thought they were a shadow of what they use to be. angry can i hold your hand during big women?