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Provoke / Tempo 38

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This is going to be the last split CD I ever review for Scene Point Blank. Okay, this is going to be the last split CD I ever review of two unknown bands that I review for this site. Sorry, split CDs are becoming the bane of my existence as I try and think of something to say about two bands I really couldn't give a rat's ass about in the first place. Someone else review them. I'm done. Provoke is from Australia and Tempo 38 is from New Zealand and they both sound like Sick of It All at various points in their career. I like SOIA so by default I should like these two bands. But I don't. There wasn't anything memorable on the entire CD besides Tempo 38's near nu-metal intro. I'm never going to see these bands live. I'm never going to buy any of their records. I just really don't care. Sorry.

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