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FEAR OF LIFE LP
01. Out of Control
03. You Make Me Feel Cheap
04. Catholic Boy
06. Fear of Life
07. Life Goes On
09. Strength In Numbers
10. Double Standard Boys
11. You Lie
12. I Wanna Know Why
Label: Posh Boy Records
Cat #: PBS 128
Label: No Future Records
Cat#: PUNK 2
The No Future Records press is titled I've Got a Gun.
A dozen songs--highly produced punk with pop overtones. Not as frantic as their first EP (two songs are repeats). Southern California suburban angst.
-Tim Yohannan (from Maximum Rocknroll #2, September/October 1982)
Rather ordinary followup to last year's excellent EP... Some of this is headed in a pop-orientated direction which I don't feel suits the band too well... Some of this is pretty good but I was hoping it would turn out much better...
-Jimmy Johnson (from Forced Exposure #3, July 1982)
Not as "hard" as the stuff on their EP, this is still a pretty decent punk LP. There's nothing particularly original here, but most of the songs are catchy enough to make this worthwhile.
-Boz (from Suburban Relapse #7, November 1982)