FACE, LE: Isolation: CD

These malcontents fall squarely between the arty minimalism of the Urinals/100 Flowers and the full-bore psychosis of the Mentally Ill. What that means to the consuming public is you get thirteen tracks of obstreperous punk rock that is concerned about finding an appropriate pigeonhole to fit in as the bands that influenced them. If you like it unfriendly and unruly, this’ll do the trick, but if you’re looking for something that’d fit nicely on punk stations like Disney Radio, you’re pissing up the wrong rope, kid.

 –jimmy (Deadbeat)