Australia's trio Living End, fronted by vocalist Chris Cheney,
progressed from the frantic and raw punk-rock sound of the
EPs Hellbound (1995) and
It's for Your Own Good (1996), containing From Here on In,
to the poppy frenzy of the best-selling single
Second Solution/ Prisoner of Society.
They rapidly turned into the Australian equivalent of
Green Day and delivered three very popular
albums of joyful punk-pop:
The Living End (1998),
Roll On (2001),
Modern Artillery (2004).
The first of the trilogy was still true to their roots, but the other two,
while broadening the stylistic palette, simply mimicked whatever was popular
on the radio, from Rancid to nu-metal.
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