The Revelry Review

artist: Bullets and Octane date: 10/10/2005 category: compact discs
Bullets and Octane: The Revelry
Released: Sep 14, 2004
Label: Criterion
Genres: Rock
Number Of Tracks: 11
For you "old school" punk fans this is the band that you can like without being perceived as a coward even though they have some commercially appealing beats.
 Sound: 9
 Lyrics: 8
 Overall Impression: 8
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overall: 8.3
The Revelry Reviewed by: The Anti-Fuzz, on october 10, 2005
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Sound: I first saw Bullets And Octane when I was at a Social Distortion concert. They were really good for a warm up band. So I got the CD and I wasn't dissapointed. They sound a little like The Offspring but are much more creative in their song writing. The guitar work on this album is great. There's a lot of cool fills and some pretty cool solos. // 9

Lyrics: I've never really studied the lyrics to much, but the singer is pretty and really gets into the music. He does a good job singing quietly at parts and screaming and shouting at other parts. // 8

Overall Impression: Bullets and Octane did a great job on this album. Some of the songs have a great verse but a mediocore chorus and vice-versa, but for the most part the songs are really solid. My favorites are Pirates, Sweet Dreams, and Save Me Sorrow. // 8

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