Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Excellent example of melodic skate punk
punkviper | Pittsburgh, PA USA | 08/26/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Way back in the wake of the Green Day pop-punk revolution, Epitaph Records had a chance to sign either Millencollin or No Fun At All. They chose Millencollin, and in my opinion they chose poorly. No Fun At All are a more heavyweight, concentrated, serious band in the vein of Bad Religion or Pennywise, rather than the silly bounciness of their Swedish comrades Millencollin. The songs are fast, but the voice is very capable, and the hooks are seriously the best melodic punk hooks this side of Bad Religion. They will bore their way into your skull and never leave. Perfect if you like No Use For A Name, Lagwagon, Strung Out, Face To Face, Pulley, or Ten Foot Pole. Just be aware that their previous album No Straight Angles is excessively tuneless, and places much more emphasis on hardcore than pop-punk. Unfortunately, No Fun At All disbanded and played their final show in their hometown of Fagersta on January 26th, 2001."