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It should be of little surprise that Buffalo´s departed Wrench (formally Monkeywrench, before some certain Seattle luminaries forced them to truncate their moniker) followed in the footsteps of Queen City kingpins, the Goo Goo Dolls. Additionally, it shouldn´t be much of a shock to see a production credit to Robby ´´Goo´´ Takac on the tray card of the Wrench´s one and only album, Worry When We Get There. No power ballad´s here mind you, rather the strain of full-tilt, melodicore punk that used to frequent the Goo´s earliest and greatest albums like Jed and Hold Me Up. Moreover, mouthpiece Timo and company smack of Big Drill Car, albeit a tad more pedestrian. In fact, Timo could even be mistaken for BDC´s Frank Daly at times. In a nutshell, The Wrench were perfectly tailored for the corner bar and the half-pipe.
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