Pop Punk Reviews

Bowling For Soup Acoustic In A Freakin English Church DVD Artwork Cover
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Bowling For Soup – Acoustic in a Freakin’ English Church Live DVD ()
27th April 2017 -

I have seen Bowling For Soup live several times over the years. In fact, they are one of my favourite live bands to see. But I never imagined in my wildest dreams I would see them do an acoustic show in a church. Saying that though, this is a bit of a rare treat, so I was definitely curious to… Read More »

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Bowling For Soup Drunk Dynasty Album Cover
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Bowling for Soup – Drunk Dynasty Review ()
9th February 2017 -

Bowling For Soup are now on their 11th studio album, after over twenty years as a band. After glossing over their temporary UK “retirement” the band are back doing what they do best: ignorant, hilarious pop punk with big choruses. Indeed, Drunk Dynasty, as the name suggests, does not reinvent the Bowling for Soup wheel. However, that wheel is one… Read More »

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Green Day – Revolution Radio (, )
19th December 2016 -

I’ll be the first to admit that I have not always had the best relationship with Green Day. As a teenager I loved the band’s ’90s output, but from the year 2000 onwards I’ve been somewhat cold to what they have been doing. Outside of ‘American Idiot’, nothing has really interested me. I infamously compared the band’s ‘Dos!’ album to… Read More »

The Erik Chandler Band - The Truth Album Cover
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The Erik Chandler Band – The Truth (, )
3rd October 2016 -

Whisking you on a high school adventure of self-discovery and recovery, Bowling for Soup bassman’s Erik Chandler Band are here to tell you ‘The Truth’ about growing up.

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Good Charlotte – Youth Authority (, )
27th July 2016 -

It’s been six years since Good Charlotte’s last album, Cardiology. After the release and touring cycle of that album, the band announced a hiatus that would stretch from September, 2011 to November of last year. In the time since announcing their return they’ve been putting together Youth Authority, their brand new album that eschews the synthpop influence apparent on the… Read More »