Heartfelt, powerful writing. Besides the first track, the title track is another great one, as well as No X-Ray Vision (which would be really cool as a slower, quieter song too).
Favorite track: Punk Rock Battle Cry.
DBL hits it out of the park harder than they ever have. This slab of orange plastic has nearly brought me to tears more times than I'd like to say. A nearly-all-encompassing overview of DBL's history (leaving out the S/T and the EPs Revolution Time and Punky Brewster), Quick Hits is packed with emotional moments to yell along with. The songs have matured wonderfully, and it's awesome to see a record pressed almost all the way to the label for once. kdnx
Hey Frankie! Great work , once again. I feel very grateful to have had the chance to meet you a couple times... once at Pouzza in Montreal and once in Atwerp Belgium last summer. Your music is a reflection of how much a of great human being you are. My kids understood the real meaning of punk rock when they also had the chance to meet you last summer. Keep it going forever! Cheers!! Your Canadian friends, JF , Felix, Julien. Ps: I have more bottles of barleywine for you!