After a million lineup changes, several labels and a couple of breakups, singer/guitarist Jeff Ott and company return with yet another Fifteen album on Sub-City Records. The fight-for-your-rights politics are as strong as ever, the epic-length pop-punk songs are still present; but a couple things make Lucky stand out from their previous records. For starters, this album is named after their ex-bassist, who tragically took his own life a couple years prior to this release. Second, proceeds of this record are being donated to the Redwood Summer Justice Project, a very worthy cause and a very heartfelt dedication. Fifteen still fight the good fight against evil corporate ways.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco