Vintage sealed 1987 press.
"Not sure what you're going to make of this one, but thought it was worth
a shot. Hatched in the Pittsburgh punk scene in the early '80s, The Five
(who are actually a quartet) moved to points eastward in 1984, namely
Boston. Makes me wonder if they would have opted for Seattle if it was
six years later, but I digress. Helmed by Reid Pailey
the band's bluesy, demi-punk formula vaguely lent itself to the
rockabilly contingent, but furthermore offered some noir overtones a la
TSOL. If you can get past Paley's gruff set of pipes (think two parts
Fear's Lee Ving, one part Jello Biafra, and a smidgen of Glenn Danzig), The Five
might hold some promise, and perhaps even a little delight for you.
Problem is for every song that cranks it's way down the right track (say
"No Regrets" or "Cut Me Loose") there's a painfully unappealing tune
that will have you racing for your iPod's jog dial."
- Wilfully Obscure Blogspot (Spavid)
01. The Long Haul
02. No regrets
03. All the Way
05. All Right
06. Pray for Me
07. Sacred Heart
08. The Only Honorable Thing
09. Same to Me
10. Cut Me Loose
11. Fat Lady
12. When Yr Done
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 02 August, 2012.