Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The GC5 (2003) Kisses From Hanoi & Horseshoes And Handgrenades @VBR

The GC5 (Grady Coffee Five) was a punk rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, formed in 1997 and who split in 2003. The GC5 provided a political charge to their music comparable to that of The Clash and Stiff Little Fingers. Lyrics included themes of social and political discontent, leftist politics, and the struggle of the working class. In 2000, The GC5 released their debut album Kisses From Hanoi, and in 2001, the band released the EP Horseshoes and Handgrenades. In 2002, the band released the album Never Bet the Devil Your Head. While most definitely presenting the sound of the streetpunk genre, the album was noted for not relying on the street fighting, hard-drinking themes that overruns many of the genre's songs. In 2003, Thick Records re-released their two albums Kisses From Hanoi (which was out of print) and Horseshoes and Handgrenades (which was originally only available as an import) on one CD. It was the final release from the band. After splitting up Doug and Dave formed Motel Blonde together with Ryan Foltz, who just left the Dropkick Murphys. Motel Blonde didn't last long and broke up in March 2004. Doug then joined Rosavelt on the bass guitar, and formed Doug McKean & The Stuntmen a year later. Dave is now playing with The Magpies.

1.Nothing But These Songs
2.White Flag
3.Borrowed Time
6.In The End
8.Bars To Me
9.No Magic
10.Between Aspirations
11.Enjoy The New
12.One For Eugene
13.Not The Only One
14.City Lights
15.Culture Wars
16.Sheep In Wolf's Clothing
17.The Bottom Line
18.Strings Attached
19.Bastards Of Young

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1 comment:

Sean said...

could you possibly repost this? thank you!