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on 18 December 2006
this is a hard rock with punk influence debut by Canada's headstones

I think this band would of went over very well in England if they had the chance

Hugh Dillon vocals is a thought provoking and clever lyricist

and the band are all good musicians,

if you like Alice in Chains or Queens of the stone age

this bands for you

the whole album is good butstand outs are "It's all over",

great rocker "Tweety and the monkey man", the hillarious "Cemetary",

The acoustic ballad (Not cheesy at all by the way) "Three angels"

"Judy" and the catchy hit "When something stands for nothing"

I would also recommend there third release smile and wave

you can't go wrong
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on 15 December 2006
I recommend this album to english rock fans who like Alice in chains or queens of the stone age

this is a canadian classic debut from a great consistent band with punk and straight ahead rock influence

Hugh Dillion is a great catchy and thought provoking lyricist

the best numbers are "It's all over" "Tweeter and the monkey man" actually a rocked up cover of a travelling willbury's tune

The hillarious "Cemetary" "When something stands for nothing"

acoustic ballad "Three angels"

I'm sure if the band had the chance they would of went over really well in England

check it out
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