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Back in late 2002 WHITMORE were a secret of the Ska-Punk undergound scene, since then their debut album "Smoke The Roach" has gone on to be one of Moon Ska Europe's biggest sellers, with no daytime radio play or even a feature in a UK national magazine!
Endless touring of the UK and more recently Europe has seen the band establish themselves as one of the scenes top acts being featured on the theme tune for p-rock TV, and more recently being featured on the Playstation and X Box computer game "Flat Out" and the inclusion of their track "Sober Days" on the recent Daily Sport free "Summer Ska" giveaway CD.
This album sees the band with a more mature sound but still bedded in the Punk and Ska-Punk scenes. Live favourites"Flicking The Bean", "Skunk No.1" and "Fighting For Today" are featured as well as the Ska-Punk tunes "Dim Blue Light" and "Don't Care About You". The bands trademark Melodic Punk sound is well represented in "Promises" and "Harsh Realities" and the album continues from the first album "Smoke The Roach" with dare we say it almost Emo sounding new tracks like "Bad Intentions" and Holding Out".
Top Customer Reviews
There is nothing on this album that even remotely appoaches "on the Ceiling, Listed, Star thing or Alison" from the previous album. To me it is full of dull punk-pop songs with dull melodies disected with a couple of dull reggae tracks. The only track I found even that even remotely sounded like the Whitmore I know is track 6....and don't even know the name of the track!!!
I sorry Whitmore to slat your latest offering, some will enjoy it I have no doubt, but for me I was looking for more of "smoke the raoch" and this album falls a long way short of that!
Buy this, listen at least 3 times all the way through. You won't be disappointed. Nice one boys. See you at Reading next year.