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Punk As Duck, Vol.1

by Various Artists

Punk As Duck Volume 1 is an introduction in to the world of Horn & Hoof Records. The first compilation CD from the Manchester based record label will take you on a wild musical ride.
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1. How Can We Say A Victory At Sea
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2. Not Cost Effective Ziplock
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2:40 album only
3. El Sleazo The Distrakted
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3:20 album only
4. Albert Street Only Strangers
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2:42 album only
5. The Law Of Anarchy Double Polaroid
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2:53 album only
6. Beer Street Oiz II Men
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3:35 album only
7. Not A Friend Glue Ear
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8. Mr Fancy Pants Rising Strike
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2:59 album only
9. Good Friend Big Ed & The Stink
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10. Liquor Store Big Ed & The Stink
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11. No Strings Attached Rising Strike
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12. Child Killer Glue Ear
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13. Ready Assaulted Wankers Oiz II Men
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14. It's Not Over Double Polaroid
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15. Knowing We're Trapped Only Strangers
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16. Macunian Werewolf In Oldham The Distrakted
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17. One Step Behind Ziplock
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18. Promises I Kept A Victory At Sea
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Punk As Duck Volume 1 is an introduction in to the world of Horn & Hoof Records.

The first compilation CD from the Manchester based record label will take you on a wild ride from the hard core sound of A Victory At See (think H20) though thrashing melodic punk rock (Only Strangers / Glue Ear / Ziplock / Oiz II Men ) to mellow chilled out upbeat ska (Rising Stike - TNS Records / Big Ed & The Stink ) back round to where we began.

18 tracks from 9 original bands, this is one CD you should own if you are interested in Manchester Music.


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Franx Rants

Punk As Duck: Vol 1
Horn and Hoof are an independent record label based in Manchester, and have signed some of the very best punk bands this side of the Atlantic. Punk As Duck is their first compilation, as a way of introducing you and your ears to their mad, bad world of punk rock shenanigans.

The comp starts off with the breakneck speed melodic hardcore perfected by Manchester lads A Victory At Sea. ‘How Can We Say’, with it’s angry, addictive chorus, is a fine example of the unique voice and killer riffs that will get them far.

Ziplock are up next, with a much edgier and raw old school punk sound. The furious, shouty vocals of ‘Not Cost Effective’ are enough to get anyone filled with rage and punching the air (or anything that might fill it).

As you might guess from the name, The Distrakted’s ‘El Sleazo’ is a low down dirty number. Another side of punk completely compared to the tracks before it. A fast and danceable track destined to be the background noise of a drunken bump-n-grind with a stranger.

On more of a pop-punk note, comes Only Strangers and their angsty ‘Albert Street’. It’s moody, without being emo, expressive without making you wanna cry in a dark corner. Essentially, it’s punk with feelings.

More uneasy pop-punk from Double Polaroid, until you get to the chorus that is. It’s at that point of ‘The Law Of Anarchy’ that your head is ripped from your shoulders and it goes from moaning surrounded by guitars, to an angry as fuck political anthem.

Read the rest at: http://studsandpunks.co.uk/reviewscd2010_10.php?show=cd&nid=150