找不到中文介绍 只能找到英文的 Allister是一只充满活力的新生Punk乐队 会为大家带来青春的蓬勃气息!
Pity the cops patrolling suburban streets: Allister has recorded the soundtrack to a million speeding tickets--and probably a few other offenses it's best not to mention here. The quartet's second disc, "Last Stop Suburbia", races past your ears faster than its seventeen songs can be absorbed. The energy is contagious.
Allister formed in 1997 and named themselves--phonetically, at least--after Alasdair Gillis, the host of You Can't Do That On Television. Before then, the Nickelodeon-syndicated '80s children's show was known for spawning two things: green slime and Alanis Morissette. (Which is more stomach-churning? You be the judge.) Inspired by punk's D.I.Y. ethic--and perhaps the show's anything-goes vibe--Allister quickly recorded a demo and shipped it to various labels.
The band's charming irreverence and catchy light speed punk caught the ear of Drive-Thru's Richard and Stefanie Reines, who were then literally operating out of a garage. The label subsequently released the band's "Dead Ends And Girlfriends." The debut was recorded for a mere $700 and featured songs such as "Jacob Thinks I'm Gay" and covers of "Fraggle Rock," the theme to Jim Henson's Muppet-tastic spin-off, and "I Want It That Way," the hit by those other puppets, the Backstreet Boys.
2. Radio Player
6. The One That Got Away
10.Don't Think Twice
11.Somewhere On Fullerton
13.Know It All
15.Waiting For You
16.None Of My Friends Are Punks