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"e.p. review"

Local hardcore upstarts The Fight have released a prelude to what should be a proud moment in Vancouver punk music. The fight consists of Randy MacBastard (Bass and Henry Rollins lookalike) Paul Trigger(Guitar/Vocals) Yoko Oh No(drums) Produced By Trigger, the E.P. kicks off with "Ink & Flesh": a nod to the Rancid camp interms of harmony, but track 2 "The Fight" has a more raw appeal. Closing cut "Liquid Nitrogen" is the pick of the bunch. Fast, grumpy and mean, the way a punk band should be. Reminicent of the vibe I used to get when Bunchofuckingoofs were in their heyday. Can't wait for the full length. get your hands on this trrough the guys at Triple 6 geardown at 306 water street.
-E.S. Day - nerve magazine nov 2004


NMW Day 1: Scaled Down, But Rocking The Town Thursday November 11, 2004 @ 02:00 PM By: Staff 8:57 p.m. Buffalo Club Every squeegee kid and hardcore punk in town had apparently gathered for the evening at this venue. I hung out for a band called The Fight. I'd almost forgotten what real punk sounded like. After engaging the crowd with several expletive-filled statements, they informed the audience "This song is about getting tattooed in prison," and launched into a three chord noise extravaganza. The next song was equally as intellectual. It was called "My Name Is Paul." Song introduction: "It's about being named Paul." Brilliant. They kicked into yet another two-minute ditty featuring terrible drums and horribly amateur guitar solos... i.e. What punk is all about. I loved it. I'll take these guys over Sum 41 any day. —Trevor Hargreaves - CHART ATTACK


S/T album recorded november 2004
99.3 CFOX radio in Vancouver
Punk Rock Babylon CHLY 101.7FM Nanaimo


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Formed in Vancouver BC in 2004. We started jamming and playing gigs around town. We recorded our first full length CD five months after meeting. We have played New Music West, Festival of Guns, and opened for the Subhumans.We sound like straight up old school punk, singing songs about getting tattooed, going to jail, and drinking.