Because all of its members play in other bands, Why Not?’s trajectory is slow, and in spite of their live performances (that rank among the best in spanish punk scene, with those of their pals NCC and Seсor No), the band seldom plays live. During ‘96, and after winning a rock concert at their hometown which got them the release of a 4-songs CD, Jorge left NCC to concentrate in Why Not?, and towards the end of the year the band, now a trio, recorded its fantastic first LP. Jorge gives an unforgettable lesson on production (let’s remember his previous work with Shock Treatment or DDD), the songs are amazing, and everything’s in place: what we have here is one of the best records to come from Spain in lots of years.
“Why Not? plays absolutely catchy ’70s style punk rock/pop with guitar hooks to kill for - not unlike the Saints. Ffffffucking excellent.” (KK, Maximum R’N’R)
“Dynamite punk outfit… travelling Saints territory.” (Jeff Dahl)
“Classic mid-time punk rock with ramonian influences… really good.” (Enano Ramone, BEAT GENERATION)
Edited by Danmer83 on 22 Dec 2011, 13:00
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