|2||The Sick, Sick, 6.8 Billion||Lyrics/Info||3:12|
|8||We The Pros Of Con||Lyrics/Info||4:13|
|10||Over Being Under||Lyrics/Info||3:37|
|12||Hollywood, And She Did||Lyrics/Info||4:00|
|14||This Mime [A Sex Symbol]||Lyrics/Info||3:25|
Fake History exudes a youthful swagger and power. The album’s opener, “Le Prologue,” begins with tribal drums that give way to an outburst of thundering riffs and defiant vocals with front-man Butler exclaiming “There are no martyrs in resolution. If you remain still, don't expect restitution. Stand up!”
The band’s most notable gift lies is in their songwriting with tracks like “The Sick, Sick, 6.8 Billion,” “Renegade ’86,” “Casino Columbus” and “Muther,” which strikes a pitch perfect balance of sonic aggression and unforgettable melodic choruses.
Epitaph’s release of Fake History includes three brand new tracks “Hollywood, And She Did,” “Lemon Party” and the Brett Gurewitz (president & founder of Epitaph, guitarist for Bad Religion) produced track “This Mime [A Sex Symbol].”
It's been awhile since music has had a rebellious voice. Not since Rage Against the Machine put their fist in the air, in the ...