Исполнитель: Resistors Альбом: Breaking Tradition Год: 2013 Страна: USA (Brooklyn, New York; New York) Стиль: SoCal Punk Битрейт: 276 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98r Длительность: 00:34:49 Издатель: Catipol Records Размер: 83.24 МБ Треклист: 1. Throwaway – 2:10 2. Aside – 1:22 3. I Guess That This Punk Thing Caught On – 2:42 4. In Pieces – 2:08 5. Illusions and Traditions – 2:17 6. 26th Street – 1:06 7. Ageage – 2:36 8. Four Hour Boehner – 2:31 9. Some Invisible Guy is Coming Back to Earth to Save Your Souls Because of Course He Is – 2:13 10. Unfocused – 1:59 11. Riding Dinosaurs in the American South – 1:29 12. He Had a Good Run – 2:12 13. Bonus! (сначала какой-то диалог (из какой-то передачи), потом песня, после неё кавер на The Vandals - Anarchy Burger (Hold the Government)) – 6:33
Info: This album features the hit singles "26th Street," and "Ageage," along with ten more much less-appreciated gems.
*** Resistors began in 2012 after the untimely demise of the legendary Brooklyn punk band, Pumps. Guitarist Scott Wolff realized that he had a bunch of songs and no band to rip them up with, so he hopped into the studio and ripped them up on his own. The result was Conditioned, a record that was a bit of a throwback to the late 1990's, drawing comparisons to Good Riddance, Bad Religion, and 88 Fingers Louie. A year later, Scott found himself again with a bunch of songs and no band to play them with, so Breaking Tradition was released. He eventually made some friends and started the rock n roll supergroup, Bound and Buried, but Resistors persists when the 1990's come calling. A third full-length is expected to be released in late 2014.
The band has definitely not toured the entire US, Canada, or Europe. They absolutely have not opened for bands such as Rancid, SNFU, Bouncing Souls, Sammy Hagar and the Waboritas, or that one band from California that’s really popular right now. They have not played major festivals, like Lollapalooza, South by Southwest, or Warped Tour, either.