Face To Face is a Los Angeles-based punk-rock outfit led by Trever Keith.
Don't Turn Away (Dr Strange, 1992) presented the band as capable
followers of Screeching Weasel's anthemic
punk-pop, with occasional nods to both
Husker Du and
(No Authority, Disconnected,
I'm Trying, I'm Not Afraid).
Over It (Victory, 1994) is a compilation of singles (especially
A-OK) and rarities.
Big Choice (A&M, 1995), with the addition of second guitarist Chad
Yaro, marked a turn towards a more melodic style, was a more professional
(i.e., commercial) effort, probably
modeled after their buddies Offspring
(It's Not Over, Debt, Velocity).
Face To Face (A&M, 1996) is an even more generic affair, between the
emotional single I Won't Lie Down and the supposedly anthemic
Resignation, redeemed only by the
epic riff and tribal drumming of Ordinary.
Live (Vagrant, 1998)
Ignorance Is Bliss (Ladyluck, 1999),
Reactionary (Ladyluck, 2000) and
How To Ruin Everything (Vagrant, 2002)
are their late works.
Everything Is Everything (Kung Fu, 2002) is a double-disc career anthology.
Viva Death (Vagrant, 2002)
is Trever Keith's more experimental side-project
(The Rigor Mortis Shake).
They returned with the same style and tone on
Laugh Now Laugh Later (2011).
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