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8 out of 10
Dropscience seem to quite happily bash through the best part of twelve and a half minutes of ska/punk noise on this offering and despite the fact that the title is bunged full of grammatical errors, the tunes are sure to get you stomping your feet.
The Warrington six-piece are particularly on form during 'Cocaine Nation' drawing on influences as varied as soul, reggae, hip-hop and rock, with maybe just a little punk chucked in for good measure.
"There are an awful lot of weirdos in our neighbourhood" (Sorry, had to correct the grammar and punctuation there - take that punky) is a showcase of pent up youthful aggression in a vein not dissimilar to that of the Clash and The Specials in years gone by. It is most definitely backed by the conviction of a motley crew fuelled by feelings of angst and recession and. er stuff.
1. Jack the Lad
2. Cocaine Nation
3. Seratonin Rollercoaster
4. The Country's Paranoid