12 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

They may not have achieved the success of Green Day or Offspring, but SoCal's Lagwagon were very much a part of the '90s punk rebirth—and unlike so many of their peers, they're still at it. On their eighth studio album (and first since 2005's Resolve), the group slow things down a notch, with many songs resembling Foo Fighters more than classic punk (the driving verse of "Made of Broken Parts” is particularly Grohl-ian). But Lagwagon can still rile up a mosh pit. "One More Song" intercuts frenetic punk drums with a swinging interlude, and "Burning Out in Style," in addition to winking at the band's tenure, has plenty of heft.

EDITORS’ NOTES

They may not have achieved the success of Green Day or Offspring, but SoCal's Lagwagon were very much a part of the '90s punk rebirth—and unlike so many of their peers, they're still at it. On their eighth studio album (and first since 2005's Resolve), the group slow things down a notch, with many songs resembling Foo Fighters more than classic punk (the driving verse of "Made of Broken Parts” is particularly Grohl-ian). But Lagwagon can still rile up a mosh pit. "One More Song" intercuts frenetic punk drums with a swinging interlude, and "Burning Out in Style," in addition to winking at the band's tenure, has plenty of heft.

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