“Hit And Run” bursts out of the gates with nostrils flaring, an acrid guitar tone ringing and ragged vocals. Crude and effective, the twin guitars take it out. 

Vocalist Bradly sounds like a demented hillbilly who’s slipped a cog and is barking at passing trucks on the raucous B side, “45 Minutes”. which gets along on an amphetamine beat and those same articulated guitars. There’s a touch of Antiseen about this one if that gives you a hint of what to expect. 

P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S. seem to spend a fair bit of their time touring Europe and that seems perfectly logical in the scheme of things. 


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