Does The Pist still hold up in a post-Fucked Up world? Coming from someone who’s spent very little time actually listening to The Pist and has absolutely no fond memories of the ‘90s hardcore scene, I’d say this record has its moments. Angry, oi-inspired, hardcore punk that tells tales of angry, hardcore punk life. “Street punks in the city / And street punks at the show / The kids are here and the kids are pissed / Yeah, the kids are ready to go.” Yeah like gang vocals?
–Daryl Gussin (Havoc)