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On their new studio album THE BUSTERS are obviously not in the mood for subtle insinuations. Clear-cut against racism and right-wingers and for social solidarity. True to the motto of the current tour: “One for All”.
Fifteen songs with two-tone-, pogo-, dance-hall-, reggae- and rock-beats are the soundtrack for clear statements, but also the lyrical parts appear in tailored party-outfit. Anthem-like choirs, jamaican riddims, heavy guitars, britpop-borrowings, some trad ska and much punk-power. The bond for all this is the optimistically vibrating BUSTERS-sound, preparing the stage for the skills of the two vocalists, alternating between vituosic-witty toasting and brute heroic tenorism.
Resoluteness, substance, no frippery - this states the plain title of the new album: THE BUSTERS