Released: Jun 19, 2001
Tones: Volatile, Ironic, Rebellious, Rousing, Cynical/Sarcastic, Rowdy, Provocative, Confrontational, Lively
Styles: Punk Revival, Punk-Pop, Skatepunk
Number Of Tracks: 14
Pennywise is high enough up in the punk hierarchy to know the answer is yes.
Land Of The Free?
TheRisen, on may 26, 2004 0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Sound: The music on Land of the Free is better then the music on the other albums, since it has varying things needed for good punkrock songs. Some songs with catchy tunes, some just the energy of a fast punk song. Because the songs vary so much, the album's better then the others. // 10
Lyrics: Pennywise lyrics have always been very good. Either blaming the government for all the things going wrong ,or just describing different emotions, and those two topics are both essential for punkrock. // 8
Overall Impression: If you want to buy a Pennywise cd, I'd advise this one. Though other people may think the older records rule. I like this one and From the Ashes a lot, though the older ones are also quite good. If I lost this album. // 10