~~NIR010, SILENT ERA: "ROTATE THE MIRROR" is a 300-press 12", black vinyl with blue/white semi-gloss printed cover, white inner sleeves with poly bags and full-size printed insert. Preorder vinyl now and you will get a limited full-color bonus poster only for preorders (thru september 15), and you will also have the vinyl in your hands as soon as we get them in ours - before anyone else!
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Opener absolutely rips. Falls into the ranks of tracks like “Dance” by ESG, “Eisbaer” by Grauzone, “Damaged Goods” by Gang of Four or like the album description says Kleenex. This is some really good stuff. Favorite song is the opener but dedicate “Blue” to my friend Blue who lost her life at 22, she would have loved this album. TheBloodofChrist
There are certain people who have never been real children and will never be real adults.
The Street Eaters sound is like those people: not entirely new, but it seems like it can never get old. Thanks to bands like them Punk is undead and has crested hair! Zombie Punk: cool! 4nzu
A fantastic album. I can see why they didn't continue under the name The Evens, as it's a different sound with the bass added. Coriky is the Evens + Joe Lally from Fugazi on bass. If you can imagine The Evens with a slightly more funky, aggressive sound like Fugazi... that's what you get! And there's no way that can ever go wrong. What a great debut album!! smiledozer