OSLO Punk Boys are back!
This is the third studio album of this punk rock band from Oslo (we don’t hear a lot from them, do we?) This band brings juvenile force to the forefront and alacrity in the way to make music.
For those who are keen to music like Ramones or Rancid this is the way to go.
Fist song Stormen brings all the energy of the album to the speakers like a big Norwegian party in Californian proportions.
Down At the Docks is another song to drive the day, mainly if one is depressive and need some gas in the morning to kick start the whole thing. Invigorating indeed.
The Clash-esque rock n roll of Det Brenner Under Beina Mine is the best of the album. Really anthemic it will be a staple for punk rockers who are seeking something new for their repertoire. You’ve just found it dude. The way it’s sung in Norwegian is very interesting indeed: the manner in which the lyrics rhyme is curious to say at least.
The last track I Skrivende Stund is another song which is inspired by early punk rock bands and the sincerity and fun that the riffs emanate another party-like number.
If this album has one flaw is that it sounds too innocent some times, but this isn’t the kind of music for those who are over the fence. Either you like it or not. I do like it.