A Page Of Punk blast through twelve (?) songs on their respective side in a such a violent and poppy manor it’s pleasantly baffling. Non-stop “fuck you”s morph into covers of well known songs and then there are possibly songs that aren’t even listed on the back cover. And when it’s over, you have to come to terms with the fact that they just fit a full-length record onto one side of a 7”. File under referential-punk, subcategory genius. Werewolves On Motorcycles’ brand of shouty, bar punk’n’roll might have a different impact when it’s on its own, but compared to APOP’s high-speed conciseness, the songs feel a little long. But who knows, maybe A Page Of Punk just put the final bullet in my attention span.
–Daryl Gussin (Drunken Sailor / Speedowax / Carnage Club / Pie n’ Mosh / Yeah)