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|2.0 poor||IAmKickass | July 15th 11|
It seems as if each member of Liferuiner had just recently learned how to play their instruments.
3 Bumps | Bump
|1.5 very poor||Smoochy | May 16th 10|
It's catchy (as is their other album) but it's not particularly good. However, I'm sure if you went to a show of theirs, you'd feel like punching someone in the face. Simple fun.
2 Bumps | Bump
|4.5 superb||kotah636 | October 13th 08|
In your face, straightedge hardcore. Big Emmure feel when I listen to this, but who's complaining with a comparison like that.
1 Bumps | Bump
|4.0 excellent||despisediconSXE | November 7th 10|
i think it's a great album to throw down to, and rock your head to in the car. alot of cool shit to chant with and some humor which makes it a great cd.. my band played with them a while back and enjoyed their stage show and talking to the guys personally.
|0.0 ||xstaytrue18x | October 1st 10|
makes me want to punch a baby square in the face. there isnt really anything that stands out on this album but some of these songs would be so fun to hear live. also their representing a positive message throughout their music in straight edge something i like to see.
|4.0 excellent||xxKillWithASmile | March 10th 10|
Simple, bordering on the very edge of what's considered any sort of musical prowess, but it's still fun and repping straight edge, both are things I enjoy.
Also breakdowns. Hella breakdowns.
|0.0 ||burnafterbreeding | December 24th 09|
Shit just sounds soooo lazy. Like they didn't even give it a shot.
|1.0 awful||toolguitarkid | September 15th 09|
as non-musical as can be. straight up trash. my girlfriend tortures me with this shit all the time. ugh.
|3.0 good||EOsta | February 29th 16|
|1.5 very poor||wil94 | October 26th 13|
|1.0 awful||YUJOS | May 15th 11|
|1.5 very poor||RAGE12 | April 15th 10|
|3.0 good||xYORNx | February 21st 10|
|2.0 poor||X3ni92 | January 19th 10|
|3.5 great||SD4L | November 23rd 09|
|1.5 very poor||Wongeh | December 17th 08|
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