Button Smasher

by The Copyrights

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The Copyrights sound like the bastardized product of a first generation band of the pop punk explosion that happened back in the early 90's and a hell-bent group of kids on a mission to carve their name into the history of punk rock. That’s not to say that they sound like any of those golden-era lookout bands, but rather that they could have been one of those bands with their own sound and their own niche. A lot of the true pop punk sound often falls into a cookie-cutter cut-n-paste format, but these four tunes have enough originality and individuality to keep you guessing. Add that to the big guitars, beefy bass, solid danceable back-beat, backing vocals in all the right places, and Danny Vapid's little brother on lead vocals and you’ve got the recipe for a classic, top-notch punk rock record. Originality is hard to find in pop punk, but if it's what you're looking for, look no further.

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released September 1, 2004

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It's Alive Records Orange, California

We started in the summer of 2004. We didn't set out with any goal other than to release a few awesome records by a handful of great bands. A few turned into dozen, a dozen turned into a few dozen, and here we are. Our goal is to continue to put out awesome records by great bands and do what we can to put back what we can into this great scene that we've taken so much out of for as long as we can. ... more

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