Soli Deo Gloria

An Album By

The Old-Timers

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With an album covering/painting of a big circle-pit and mohawk-wearing punks, pierced and other street-level folks moshing around, one doesn’t have to guess that this is a 25-minute slab of old school punk rockin’, but it’s also a speedy worship service. Fast, barely in control and close to the edge, it breathes with a passion that can’t be minimized with low-budget production. “This City” conjures sonic images of early Crucified or (obviously) a little Outer Circle. Tunes like “Posi Isn’t Enough” keep it going at full-tilt. It roars with authority and conviction. Gotta love this.

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