The Amigos smack you around like a crack bitch with twenty tracks, most all clocking in at under a minute and a half. Being a trio, these guys have got their shit together. Tight, yet loose, a la Toys That Kill. This disc is a big-ass wall of raw, bleeding rawk that sounds like what Minor Threat would have sounded like if they took to emptying cases of beer and fifths of booze in their spare time. The Amigos would’ve been a repeat opening band for Black Flag, but lucky you, you get to see The Amigos the next time you get the chance. Don’t blow it.
–dale (Rock N Roll Purgatory)