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28 Days - Upstyledown (2000) Retail CD
Having met on the ramps of their local Melbourne skate park, there's no questioning the authenticity of 28 Day's skate punk credentials on Upstyledown. Yet their music isn't quite as predictable as that tag and their collective board love suggest. For sure with "I Remember", "The Bird" and the infectious "Goodbye", their debut album slams to heads-down slacker anthems The Offspring would trade their spike tops for, though 28 Days don't quite share their same juvenile sense of humour. But they also do a neat take on early Beastie Boys ("Rip It Up") and, with the incredibly versatile Jay Dunne eagermore… to prove he can rap as well as he can shout and sing, they turn their hand to Limp Bizkit's hardcore rap/funk. In trying to be all things to all skate fans, Upstyledown isn't always brilliant; Dunne would have to admit that his rhyming skills on "Sucker" and "Deadly Like" aren't much of a match for Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst. Still, with hooks to bounce off the walls to, come the chorus it really doesn't matter. --Dan Gennoe
|2||Know the score|
|4||Jedi vs the krust|
|6||Time for us to leave|
|7||Rip it up|
|8||Song for jasmine|
|12||What you know|
|13||Don't touch my turntables|
|16||Kill the fake (seshoo)|
- 28 Days - Upstyledown (2000) Retail CD
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