I don't have a regular CD player, so I listened to this one in my computer. I popped "Punk-O-Rama 4" in and my machine went nuts. It installed a whole program chock-full of pics and bios of all the bands. Those guys over at Epitaph have really got their stuff together.
This album rocks hard, especially Zeke's "Twisted," which grinds away at your skull and is conducive to multiple plays (18 to be exact). The new song from Pennywise, "Fight It," makes me want to fight anything and anyone. Rancid's "Life Won't Wait" was a total let down. I don't think they'll ever top "Lets Go." "Punk-O-Rama 4" continues in the tradition of its predecessors, delivering tasty punk rock, plus bonus fun for your computer.
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