I first heard PUJOL's music on Jeffery Drag Record's summer mixtape (a free download from the label's Bandcamp site), which featured the track "Bonedaddy," a B-side from his 2011 album 'X-Files from Main Street'. It's a solid song, but nothing really jumped out at me. However, PUJOL hails from the alternative rock mecca of the 21st century: Nashville, TN. His 2010 Third Man Records Blue Series single, "Black Rabbit," rocks so hard it'll make your hair stand on end. It's just one of 12 songs that will absolutely and completely blow you away. PUJOL play fast and loose. They have that '90s edge while maintaining that old-school punk energy that make them just a little bit dangerous. But then there's the band's namesake Daniel Pujol's lyrics, which aren't just witty but downright smart. So smart, in fact, that they make you think. From the opening of "DIY2K" through the end of "Psychic Pain," this album will have you dancing like a fool and singing along all the while. The only downfall of this album is that it's one of 3 releases available from Amazon. PUJOL has released at least a dozen singles, EPs, and LPs, most of which are available on iTunes. Others you'll have to dig around through the various labels the band's signed with over the last few years. Regardless, it's worth the time and effort. These guys are going to hit it big; the only question is when.
I would recommend this to a friend