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No Harm Done - Our Day of Days

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No Harm Done - Our Day of Days
Record Label: Anchorless Records
Release Date: November 21, 2006
Who?

Young Florida punks (the drummer is barely out of middle school) who were rocking to Strike Anywhere and Bad Religion when their peers were still gaga over boy bands and Britney.

How is it?

If they can stay together, they could easily be a name everyone is familiar with in a couple years. Our Day of Days is full of the snotty grit and political ranting that people have come to expect from Fat Wreck bands. Some may argue that they’re a bit too far into those bands’ shadows at this point, but seriously these guys don’t have long to go before they’re the ones with the influence.

Jeb Bush sucks just as much as George: “One Nation United”

Anti-anti: Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, Against Me!

myspace.com/noharmdonefl
This review is a user submitted review from Russ Hockenbury. You can see all of Russ Hockenbury's submitted reviews here.
 
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Great album I love no harm done they're keeping the punk genre alive

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