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Yoni Gordon's got the Goods!

Yoni Gordon & the Goods, teaching kids how to rock.
I've been living in a cesspool of mediocre music lately thanks to all these lovely submissions I keep getting, and Yoni Gordon came along a few days ago to pull me out of the pit. Get this: the man is the living reincarnation of the not-dead-yet Ted Leo. He must get sick of the comparison, but it's unbelievably true.
Punk rock (I'm talking about the music, not the ideology, angry-comment-leaving people) lives on despite the modern heresies of "pop punk" and emo on one side and extremists of hardcore ____ and ____core (fill in the blank) on the other. I'm talking 70's punk, angry and head-bobbingly good.

Yoni Gordon & the Goods - The Runaway [highly rec'd!]
Yoni Gordon & the Goods - Up the Punks [alt link] (m4a, sorry)
Buy Buried in the Basement from Amie Street (also iTunes, I hate to admit)
Yoni Gordon & the Goods' Website/Myspace

Yoni Gordon & the Goods playing "In A Jam/Blow It Away" live

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