Album Reviews

Sugus 1995 Punk Rock Theory
Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 16:01
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- by Tom Dumarey

If you are looking for some solid new punk rock jams, you can always count on Monster Zero Records to deliver the goods. They just released ‘1995’, the fifth album by Spain’s Sugus. The album comes with fourteen whoppin’ new songs sung in both Spanish and English and combine influences from all of your favorite bands. Think of a mix of the Ramones, Dear Landlord and NOFX.

Delivered at high speed and with plenty of strong melodies and buzzing guitars, Sugus race through the album and leave you feeling exhausted yet satisfied. Like one of those nights where you go out, drink way too much and then wake up the next day not quite remembering every single detail, but just enough to know you had an excellent time.


Track listing:

  1. 1995    
  2. Actitud    
  3. Hocquet    
  4. Sí fuisteis vosotros    
  5. By my side    
  6. A weasel in my pants    
  7. Fire    
  8. Sorry we're punks    
  9. Crack    
  10. Humanity    
  11. Marathon man    
  12. Madrid    
  13. Bringin' you back    
  14. Alambrada



Tom Dumarey
Tom Dumarey

Lacking the talent to actually play in a band, Tom decided he would write about bands instead. Turns out his writing skills are mediocre at best as well.