For being as a aggressive as it is, the album packs a hell of a melodic punch. Ian MacKaye
is truly a force. And while I don't mind the whole straightedge thing, I feel like it
does dilute the music's otherwise powerful indignance.
Though merely a collection of lo-fi punk anthems, this legendary punk EP finds Minor Threat showing off their beliefs passionately and with no care for boundaries. The songs are concise but they say all they need to in the sinplest ways possible, which is the beauty of it all.