Kicking things off with the album’s title-track, we’re greeted with a lengthy intro of sludgy, heavy guitars, its very doom and gloom, before it picks up and becomes this deep grungy punk number. It’s got some observational lyrical commentary on life, added with the angst fuelled punk style, it’s not original but it’s a relatively decent start.
“I Don’t Wanna Go To School” is a typically rebellious sounding piece you’d expect from young punks, pretty cliché and in all honesty, rather cringe-worthy lyrically. The band may just be primarily tongue-in-cheek but it doesn't mean they've managed to be amusing in the process here. “Kabuteri” and “I’ll Do It Tomorrow” keep up the abrasive slurry of noise, before we finish up on “Victorious”, a five minute, almost epic number. It chugs along, with its uncharacteristically jolly and positive message about friendship and sticking together, a dash of piano, again, unexpected, and the whole thing seems to be, well, happy.
If you have to break down Breakdown Face, there are one or two things that are evident. Despite claiming to be talentless, it’s clear that, should they consider trying, they have the capability of being a decent, old-school grubby punk band. They have the sound; they can play, here it’s almost as if they've dumbed it down. Even though you know they are only doing it half-assed, it’s almost annoying to see because instead of playing around amusing themselves, they could be more. What they've achieved in doing is made an album that’s meant to be pretty much pointless and a bit of a joke, but they've left out anything actually considered funny. The whole thing is a shame really. 
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