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From Covington, Kentucky the No Good Heroes unleash some of the most down-to-earth punk anthems we've heard in a long time! This is proletarian punk with heart, grit and direction. You won't want to miss out on these dub-tinged punk anthems.
Remember when Punk Rock stood for something besides a surly attitude and a multi-colored hair dye kit, when it was a reaction to a bloated music industry and a poke in the eye to the status quo of the mid '70s? Local Punk quartet No Good Heroes does, and does so despite the fact that they were still wetting diapers when Johnny Rotten was ranting about the dreadful state of England's middle class. And like the old schoolers of yore, No Good Heroes' brand of Punk focuses on the real shit, too -- or as bassist John Plummer puts it, "We sing what's real to us."
What's real to them are socially charged explorations into ills of the working class. With songs titles like "Volunteer," "Condition Red," "Show of Hands" and "Rebellion," No Good Heroes wear their interests on their well-informed sleeves.
released February 2, 2002
Recorded by Mike Montgomery at Backstage Studios in Covington KY.
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