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The Sires- Rule... Okay 7” ~THE SONICS!

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The Sires- Rule... Okay 7".  The Sires are back with the follow-up to their sold-out debut single, ‘High And Mighty’. These guys and gal dress like The Saints with denim jackets, stripey t-shirts and Chelsea boots and play no frills poppy garage punk in a manic 'Have Love Will Travel'-Sonics vein. They have even more snotty garage punk attitude than on their debut single as the songs are tighter than ever and the songs sound more thought out than on their debut. The lyrics are heartfelt and sincere, the drums pound away and the recording sounds top notch as it was recorded at Toe Rag Studios. 4 song winner including a Wailers cover. UK import.

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