Another burning Latino punk band lighting up M-80 dreams of freedom under the numbskulls of complacent and frightened masses. The Youths sound like youths everywhere. Sick of playing the games that prepare them for an adulthood of diminishing returns and wanting more than choices of self-destruction in a society that moves towards global destruction. "Decontrol" uses the great 50s rock n' roll/70s glam technique of handclaps to accent the drugged apathy of their peers in mid tempo 70s/80s punk motorik. "Zombie Youth" speeds up a tad as the existential blues increase to George Romero levels. "The Walls" acts as the sonic battering ram against psychological /emotional walls that we build up as we socially get torn down. The Youths aim at the space behind the mental and physical walls they need to break in front of them and deliver 5 high thrills/low frills numbers in a style Roberto Duran or Muhammed Ali would appreciate. For fans of PEDESTRIANS, GORILLA ANGREB, REGULATIONS, THE CHIEFS, ADOLECENTS, SAINTS, WIPERS, X, HUSKER DU.