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Antithought- The Letdown LP ~CLEAR N BLACK SPLAT WAX!

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Antithought- The Letdown LP.  This is the debut LP from Antithought from St. Louis and it’s a ripper. This ones kind of a throw back for me as it’s reminiscent of the best street punk / pogo punk bands of the 90s like The Pist, Showcase Showdown, Blanks 77 and August Spies. Antithought fly through 12 non-melodic yet catchy as fuck anthems like there’s no stop signs in sight. There used to be a lot of records like this one, but punk this pure is hard to come by these days. The vinyl is super cool looking to on CLEAR AND BLACK SPLATTERED WAX and there’s a cool printed sleeve with lyrics and additional artwork. I haven’t had this level of instant connection with a new band in ages. Do yourself a favor and check out Antithought, unless you have anti-taste.  Recommended.

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