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Candy - Good To Feel (Ltd. Ed. 200)
Candy - Good To Feel (Ltd. Ed. 200)

Condition: Used

Vinyl: Near Mint

Cover: Near Mint


45 RPM, Album, Repress, Orange / White Swirl limited to 200 copies.


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Candy - a name that conjures up images of sweet treats and childhood memories. But what if I told you that Candy is more than just a sugary indulgence? It's a hardcore punk band that is making waves in the music scene, thanks to their raw and unapologetic sound. And with their latest release, "Good To Feel" from Triple-B Records, they are proving that they are a force to be reckoned with.

Formed in 2017, Candy consists of members from various influential bands such as Trash Talk, Disgrace, and Forced Order. Their debut album, "Good To Feel," released in 2018, received critical acclaim for its aggressive and intense sound. And now, with the re-release of the album under Triple-B Records, Candy is gaining even more recognition and solidifying their place in the punk community.

So, what makes Candy stand out from other hardcore bands? For starters, their sound is a perfect blend of old-school punk and modern hardcore. With heavy riffs and fast-paced drums, their music is a perfect representation of the chaos and aggression that comes with the genre. But what sets them apart is their ability to infuse melody into their songs, making them catchy and memorable.

The lyrics of "Good To Feel" are a reflection of the band's no-holds-barred approach. They touch upon topics such as self-destruction, addiction, and mental health, making their music relatable to many. Lead vocalist, Zak Vargas, delivers each line with a raw and emotional intensity that hits you right in the gut. And with the band's energetic live performances, the impact of their music is even stronger.

But Candy is not just about making music; they are also using their platform to address important issues. In their song "Human Target," they speak out against police brutality and systemic racism. And in their music video for "Good To Feel," they shed light on the opioid crisis and the devastating effects it has on individuals and communities. It's refreshing to see a band using their voice to bring attention to social issues and spark conversations.

Triple-B Records, known for their support of hardcore and punk bands, is the perfect fit for Candy. The label's founder, Sam Yarmuth, has been a fan of the band since their early days and describes their music as "a perfect blend of ferocity and catchiness." And with the re-release of "Good To Feel," Triple-B Records is giving Candy the platform they deserve to reach a wider audience and make a lasting impact.

In a world where mainstream music is dominated by pop and hip-hop, it's refreshing to see a band like Candy making waves and gaining recognition. Their music is a reminder that punk is not dead, and there is still a place for raw and authentic music in the industry.

In conclusion, Candy's "Good To Feel" from Triple-B Records is more than just an album; it's a statement. A statement that punk is alive and well, and that it's okay to embrace the chaos and intensity that comes with it. So, if you're looking for a new band to add to your playlist, give Candy a listen. Trust me, you won't regret it.




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