No Worries No Limits
(Union 2112)
Remember the days when the two founding members of Simple Plan still had some cred in the punk scene? The artists formerly known as Reset have re-released their albums No Worries and No Limits on a single disc, and they’ve cleverly titled the new/old release No Worries No Limits. The album is a powerhouse of 25 old favourites and keeps true to the 1990s punk sound, sounding at times like Bad Religion and NOFX with just a hint of old-school Green Day. No Worries No Limits is jam-packed with the usual upbeat two-minute-long punk songs we all love. They are full of surprisingly impressive guitar riffs...for a bunch of 16-year-olds, anyway.
—Jodie Barnaby

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