Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Hairlips - Self Titled - Self Released - March 2012

The Hairlips - Self Titled 
Claiming Chicago as their home, The Hairlips play a powerful pop punk style of music that heavily influenced by the sound of yesteryears 50's doo-wop with a just a touch of surf rock mixed in to added ear pleasure.

These tracks are tight and will keep you hopping, yes even my half-crippled ass.

The music is reminiscent of a simpler time, a happy time in American music history. A time when radio was real and bands were genuine but they add a unique modern twist and touch of a devil may care punk rock attitude that I feel is best displayed on the track Fuck You Darlin' 

These kids have their shit together and I believe that this album is the best display of their abilities to date.  The first track off the album, Always Loved You, lets you know right up front that this isn't your typical pop punk album and each successive track reiterates that fact.

This album is a great mix of bubblegum and spit and will help to round out any music collection. The only thing negative thing I have to say about this release is that it's not on hot pink vinyl, or any vinyl that I can tell. Priced at just 5 bucks for immediate download it's a great deal and sure to provide you with many hours of enjoyment.

This release is solid, not a dud on it. 

Preview the tracks right here and then do these guys a good up and spend the mere 5 to own this for yourself.

The Hairlips are:
Eric Stutson- Guitars / Vocals, 
Johnny Wabich- Vocals / Bass,
Nick Rivets- Guitar / Vocals,
Ron Capiz- Drums

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