I lost track of Crying Nut from their second album to Ok 목장의 젖소, their fifth.

The great thing about Ok 목장의 젖소 is that it sounds like an extension of the second album. The music has better recording quality, but retains the same energy and power from their past release.

I think the band is even tighter and precise in the presentation of their music. Even though some of the raw quality is lost through the better recording, the band still has the same energy that continues throughout the sixteen songs.

I don’t think you’ll find a better punk rock band than Crying Nut. Other bands may present a different or more technical sound, but Crying Nut has a distinct and individual presence.

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(source: wakesidevision)

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