Supertones Strike Back

Supertones Strike Back

The O.C. Supertones

The Supertones' second album — the appropriately titled The Supertones Strike Back — may not be as consistently entertaining as the Orange County Christian ska-punk band's debut, but it's still a dynamic, enjoyable listen. Working from a blueprint Operation Ivy and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones wrote, the group has an infectious, party-ready sound, but their Christian beliefs guarantee that they have deeper lyrical meanings than the average party-hearty ska-punk group. At times, the blend of religion (which, admittedly, doesn't surface on each song) and ska can sound a little forced — which wasn't necessarily the case on the debut — but the end result is highly enjoyable indeed.

Album Tracks

Song Title Length
Little Man 0:00
Caught Inside 0:00
So Great A Salvation 0:00
Grace Flood 0:00
Resolution 0:00
Like No One Else 0:00
Louder Than The Mob 0:00
Unite 0:00
Shut Up And Play 0:00
Tonight 0:00

The O.C. Supertones Albums

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