Sick Of It All - Just Look Around: Upon first listen I'm starting to think that their studio output will never be as good as their reputation that precedes them.
Sick Of It All - Scratch The Surface: Upon first listen this is their best output thus far - even if there are a few wasted tracks.
Sick Of It All - Live In A World Full Of Hate: Upon first listen I've never been to a hardcore show with the vocals mixed so much to the front. I really wish I had been though, cause it suits it very well. As does the live setting for SOIA's songs.
Sick Of It All - Spreading The Hardcore Reality: Upon first listen these early-years tracks just don't seem to hold up to the rest of their output.
Sick Of It All - Built To Last: Upon first listen they inexplicably continue to turn out anthem after anthem.
Sick Of It All - Call To Arms: Upon first listen after ten years, SOIA manages to be one of the most consistently good hardcore bands of all time.
Sick Of It All - Yours Truly: Upon first listen I think I've finally gone past the point of enjoying SOIA and into boredom.
Sick Of It All - Live In A Dive: Upon first listen I really need to see SOIA live.
Sick Of It All - Life On The Ropes: Upon first listen what's more to be said about this classic NYHC band?
Sick Of It All - Outtakes For The Outcast: Upon first listen it's a nice accompaniment to the rest of their albums, but I don't see myself listening to it as a whole.
Sick Of It All - Death To Tyrants: Upon first listen this is one of their better albums and the best in the last few releases. Harder, faster, more direct, they show no signs of slowing down.