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THE PLASTICS ‘No Class Youth’ (TB Records) (2003)

I have to admit that I'm a bit confused with this band, and the more I listened to The Plastics release "No Class Youth" the more confused I became. The trio's music is a mixture of Rock n' Roll and Punk - not really my cup of tea. The lyrics contain a strong language (as expected) but the music is another case, mostly influenced by The Ramones. I still had to choose which would be my approach to the band, and I came to the conclusion that I really can't take the band seriously.

The band was obviously having fun while recording this ten track CD. I am pretty sure that many fifteen year old boys are going to have the time of their lives, but I really can't see how this CD would apply to any other category. That doesn't mean that Justin (Drums and B.Vocals), Stu (Lead Vocals) and Gee (Guitars and B.Vocals) are not good musicians. There are plenty of good moments throughout this album but again I think that the main purpose of this recording was for the band to have fun.

After I finished listening to this album for the fourth time I still couldn't say that there was anything I gained from this except the funny lyrics and the naive charms of songs like "Vicky's Song", "Joke" and "Beautiful Friends". Oh my God, I think that I'm getting too old for this - Sorry guys!


Review by John Stefanis

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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