The Insyderz - Fight Of My Life

Tuesday 1st June 1999
The Insyderz - Fight Of My Life
The Insyderz - Fight Of My Life

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Reviewed by Daniel Cole

The Insyderz describe their music as ska core - it is hard to pin point one genre of music from listening to this. It is mainly ska, punk, hardcore, metal and funk. This album has got less horns but is a giant leap forward from 'Skalleluia'. The punchy opener "Jigsaw" is a good ska punk track with good choppy punk guitar riffs. "Paradise" has a more laid back with a reggae feel to it. "The Hunted" has a metal-style intro and then kicks into growling rap core. Most of the tracks on 'Fight Of My Life' have catchy choruses and hooks in them and this album is a joyful, surging celebration.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Jigsaw [Listen]
2. What Happened To Joe [Listen]
3. Paradise [Listen]
4. The Hunted [Listen]
5. Game Day [Listen]
6. Forgive And Forget [Listen]
7. Trinidad [Listen]
8. Rat Race [Listen]
9. Just What I Needed [Listen]
10. Fight Of My Life [Listen]
11. Secret Song [Listen]

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