DANGER SIGNS: Reset: LP

This LP has several good examples of Carbonas-paced punk’n’roll, occasionally tinted with what I think might just be a case of playing too fast in the studio. “Automation” stands out as a zinger with the guitars landing on some nice melody lines amongst a furious pace. I can hear a full-on classic in “Three Steps Behind,” but the subtlety of the riff is lost in speed a bit for my taste. The pace of the songs brings the album into the ‘90s pop punk arena a bit too much for me on occasion, but if you’re into good rock with some ‘90s punk sensibilities, it’s a good band with a great guitarist. –Billups Allen (Big Neck)