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The D4 - 6TWENTY CD Review

The D4 - 6TWENTY CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Are you ready to rock out to some serious punk-rock tunes? Then grab ahold of The D4s debut album, 6TWENTY.

What's better than a group of super-hotties rockin' out on guitars? How about a group of rock 'n rollers straight outta New Zealand? Will The D4 have to get by in the music biz on their Kiwi good looks, or do their tunes really rock? Find out!

If you're looking for some grooves to get loose and party to then The D4's debut album, 6TWENTY is the CD for you. Crammed full of songs like their first single, Get Loose, 6TWENTY is a hard-hitting disc - punk rock taken to the max. It's not Avril Lavigne hardcore but actual hardcore! These tunes definitely weren't written for a sock-hop in the school gymnasium.

6TWENTY is a CD you can thrash to 24/7, if you want. No matter how many times you spin these tunes, they never seem to get old. You'll wanna check out the tune, Heartbreaker after that nasty break-up and Invader Ace when you're feelin' like you can conquer the world! The D4 gives you songs to jump around and rock out to, for every occasion.

Grab this disc before your friends hear about it and you'll be the coolest kid on the block!

Rating:5

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