Random Record Review – The Wonder Years/All Or Nothing, “Present Distances”

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The Wonder Years/All Or Nothing

Present Distances split 7-inch

No Sleep Records (2009)

This split from The Wonder Years and All Or Nothing is really fucking awesome, and I listened to it 4 times this morning on the way to work.  If you like fast hardcore-influenced pop-punk with no frills and a shit-ton of heart, you will love this.  Hell, you will love this no matter what you listen to.  And if you don’t, you’re a fucking terrorist sumbitch who deserves to be shipped off to a prison in Nicaragua or wherever.

There really isn’t much else I can say here.  It’s just a sound of your brain and pulse picking up as the songs start and kick your ass into wanting to run down the street screaming and giving random people high-fives.  I sort of favor The Wonder Years a tad more, but on the whole this little 7-inch EP is a slice of FUCKING SWEET.

Get it.  Now.

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