The Joykiller - Three
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U.S. Release Date: September 9, 1997

E.U. Release Date: September 9, 1997


The Joykiller

About Three by The Joykiller

After slugging it out, opening for bands such as Pennywise, The Joykiller had established themselves as one of the most aggressive new bands of the mid '90s. Then, like brass knuckles hidden inside a velvet glove, the band releases Three, on which frontman Jack Grisham (fomerly the maddog genius behind TSOL) reminds us not to try to guess his next move and to never, ever, turn your back on him. The unpredictible album feeds on a mixture of punk rock energy and sensitive pop structure that drive it's sympathetic love songs. Three proves that The Joykiller not afraid to push their emotions and passions to the forefront of their music and carve themselves a musical niche of their own. The result is a versatile record that shakes the foundations of the pop-punk genre.

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The Joykiller

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