#1
I think I'm supposed to ask before I do this, whatever.

The Guts, an awesome pop-punk band from Portsmouth, NH. Featuring ex-members of The Queers and The Nobodys. They released a comp of all of their older stuff a couple years ago, and that's pretty good. They have a new album coming out later this month, and could easily be the best record to come out this year. Check it out, yo.

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#2
The Guts are great. I've only seen them three times though. I don't usually get out to the seacoast area that often.
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#3
Love this band
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#4
I can't get into them. I downloaded 11 songs from "Sometimes You Just Can't Win" awhile ago, and I wasn't feeling it. Is there any other albums you guys would suggest that are better?
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Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
#5
That's just the collection of everything they had done up to that point. All of that pales in comparison to this new album. Seriously, it's amazing.
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#8
This shtick is bitchen, why does new hampshire/maine/ kinda massachusetts produce such good pop-punk? Is it because we are just not as tough as LA or New York or DC or something?
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