Stick To Your Guns Ė Stick To Your Guns
Label: Sumerian Records
Release Date: February 20, 2007
Ex-members of Job For A Cowboy and Force Of Change show that the OC isnít all about beautiful teenagers and safe indie pop.
How is it?
Iíve been judging metal/hardcore albums lately by how badass I feel when someone pulls up to me at a stoplight and Iím blasting them through my car stereo. For What Itís Worth getís a 9, meaning itís evil sounding enough to make the soccer moms push the up button on their power windows and slugs in the chest sufficiently for the metal kids to keep them down. Even better, instead of pit-bulling about death, girls, and anger, STYG bullfrogs about non-violent resistance, self-image, and gender equality. Who doesn't love a good posi-core band?
March is Womenís History Month: Poor Manís Poor Sport (two heads are better than one)
Fun in the animal kingdom: Throwdown, Comeback Kid, Job For A Cowboy
i dig this album. the guys growl is really good. I, however, am an old man and rarely blast the tunes in my car. Maybe I will drive on campus today and do it real big (in my ford explorer with a big "I love Billy Joel" bumpersticker, and my polo shirt on"