Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. Exit English Strike Anywhere. Listen on Apple Music.
Exit English is the second album by the melodic hardcore band Strike Anywhere, released in 2003. The track "Blaze" features vocalist Thomas Barnett quoting lines from Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem The Masque of Anarchy. To the World" – 3:22. New Architects" – 2:34. Lights Go Out" – 2:28. Fifth Estate" – 1:19. Aluminum Union" – 2:45. In the Fingernails" – 2:29.
Exit English (Cass, Album, Cle). Lost Tape Collective. Exit English (LP, Album, Ora). Exit English (Cass, Album, Kel).
Strike Anywhere is an American punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Formed in 1999 after the demise of frontman Thomas Barnett's previous band, Inquisition, they took their name from the Inquisition song "Strike Anywhere". Their music is characterized by fast tempos, catchy melodies, and emotionally charged vocals delivered via shouting and singing.
Like Avail and Lifetime, Strike Anywhere melds melodicism and hooks to unrelenting hardcore intensity. It makes for a record that is as fun as it is serious - equal parts pogo punk and agitprop m. Songs like "Blaze" and "To the World" sound like an East Coast version of the Offspring circa Smash - certainly high praise in terms of catchiness
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|A4||To The World|
|A6||Lights Go Out|
|B5||In the Fingernails|
|B6||'Til Days Shall Be No More|
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|LTC013||Strike Anywhere||Exit English (Cass, Album, Cle)||Lost Tape Collective||LTC013||US||Unknown|
|JT1087||Strike Anywhere||Exit English (LP, Album, Ora)||Jade Tree||JT1087||US||2003|
|LTC013||Strike Anywhere||Exit English (Cass, Album, Kel)||Lost Tape Collective||LTC013||US||Unknown|