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Obviously I decided to buy it on vinyl no less and I didn't really like it at first. In fact I didn't' even listen to it all the way through the first time. Just played the a side and then listened to whatever else I bought that day. What I found was their strongest album yet and looking back now I don't' know what I didn't like that first time through.
Well, the digital age is at hand and it turns out bands give their stuff out for free. I didn't know what to expect going into this album at all. All I knew was that they are Canadien and they play pop-punk. Sounds good to me. Well, the opening line had me hooked. Dual vocals, gang vocals, big time sing-a-longs. Yes, yes, and yes! Much like The Copyrights I'm really tempted to proclaim every song here a favorite. It's just so solid from start to finish and I love that about it.
That and the fact that these guys came out of nowhere. Just hunkered down and recorded a real beast of an album. Here's to the future. Not because it isn't an amazing album, it is. But because I didn't hear it until December 30th. That's two days to form an opinion compared to months of listening to songs over and over and seeing what sticks. Well, I'm confident that this is one of those albums that will stick. In fact, I'm almost tempted Album) proclaim it my album of the year.
It just has so much raw energy and really sounds like nothing else I've heard before. If I had to stick a label on it I'd call it indie punk, which doesn't make a lick of sense. Oh, best part. The two bands have nothing to do with each other, nothing. Now don't' take that the wrong way by any means. I have loved everything they put out since then.
So all that aside I really feel that the first two tracks on this album are two of the best songs they've ever done. It's really the strength of those two songs that got it on this list. It's that extra omph that pushed it over the top. Like a lot of their albums it has a lot of songs, which is a something of a hindrance. But if you take away the four iffy songs that's still 14 great songs. On a somber note I feel I should mention that Dave McWane was diagnosed with throat cancer a month ago.
So, should this be their last album, and I hope its not, they went out strong. But here's to many more years gents. This was originally a top 11 list.
It's very late and I should be sleeping instead of writing lists. They have once again proven they still have what it takes to make an incredible album.
Hell, it's better than "Pin Points and Gin Joints" and that's saying something. To be able to write an album of this caliber after nearly 30 years boggles my mind. Now I don't' listen to a tonne of bands that are still making music for that long. But they are the most consistent of those that do.
The composition of the songs on this album really blows me away too. It's an eclectic, but familiar sound. Again, it's late and I don't want to ramble on and on, but I am dumbfounded by the quality of this. Please come to the Midwest again, I'll drive. Now normally I would talk about runners up and all that jazz, but we're gonna skip that part for the most part. This Time Next Year kind of got shafted.
Their album is amazing and had I gone to 12 it would of grabbed that spot. It's definitely fun to sing-a-long to. Now onto that list of should of beens I completely stumbled upon them Album) I'm pretty thankful for that. Sadly this was their last album before calling it a day.
But it singlehandidly got me into the pop-punk scene again. Okay, that's all. Here's to another year of music. If I had to make an early prediction for my top album of the year I'd say Say Anything, which I know is coming out, or Royal City Riot, which I hope will come out.
Cheers one and all, Matthew John Eaton P. Did anyone get my spelling joke? It's so stupid jajajaja. Sunday, August 7, Album), More of a reminder than anything. So if I had to right this moment jot down what I thought were the top ten albums of so far I think I could. Maybe, Junior Battles "Idle Ages" would be one. Super awesome Canadian pop-punk that I figured I would hate. Boy was I wrong. Farewell Continental "Hey!
And you know something? They share a label with Junior Battles, sweet. It's certainly my most listened to album. Would be the second year in a row they held that title tool Bomb The Music Industry "Vaction" is the newest thing that would make the list if it were to come out tonight. I have a feeling it could give Wonder Years a run for their money, but it'd be close.
Especially the last 6 tracks or so are just amazing. It's the first Small Brown Bike album I got. And I've slowly been buying up their back catalouge since. As of right now though I'm in love with this. It's super fun and the best thing they've done since Mighty, maybe better. I've kind of been vocal about the quality of this. But it's growing on me and those first two tracks are still two of the best songs of this year. Elway "Delusions" I started off loving this album like nobodies business.
It's fallen off a bit as more stuff has come out, though it's still a contender. There are two very, very good songs that still pop into my head. Quite a bit. But it has a number of really long songs, which I love, so there's that.
The fact is there is still a tonne of music to come out this year. This whole thing could be completely different by then. Not to mention the fact that I almost always go back to stuff I bought earlier and fall in love with it. I can see Windmill And Watertower - No Trigger - Tycoon (Vinyl happening with a few Album) the ones that have come out.
And, I still haven't gotten the latest Streets album. You all know how I feel about The Streets! So that's it, see ya later. So I don't really ever write anything on this. It was supposed to be a music blog where I could get out all my music related thoughts. As many people can tell that hasn't been the case. If anything it's just a list of shit I intend to buy. Also, a top ten list of sorts at the very end of the year. So I have been meaning to change that for some time, no time like the present!
Get on with it!!! So, as many people know I love ska, reggae, rocksteadyetc. Pretty much anything with origins in Jamaica, music wise at least. Now to say these are slow times for such music is an understatement. And you know, all of them have been, mostly, good. The Slackers and Big D have even released multiple albums, which is very very good.
But that's all here in the states. Europe is a different story altogether. Sure, I've only heard The Offenders album, it's awesome, but you can bet I'll get the other two whenever it's not a billion dollars to do so. Last year there were a bunch of sweet European releases too.
Even Stomp in Canada despite it's transition into psychobilly has put out a myriad of solid ska albums. The Expos "Blackwater" would of been on my top ten had I heard it back in But I digress Getting back to ska in the present I wanted to do a quick rundown of what has been released this year that I've heard and whats' still slated to come out, or haven't gotten around to just yet. I'll come back to this tomorrow Today is yesterdays tomorrow! So anyway, let's talk I was a brass man and I still am.
However, my tastes have grown with my understanding of ska music itself. The Offenders play a punky 2-tone style of ska that's pretty enjoyable.
It's a coincidence that it kicks off this list, it's just in the order I bought them. However I'd still put it LP the top of a ska list so far for Another fun fact, they're Italian. I just learned that yesterday! The Forthrights "Camp Birdman" This is one of two 7inch records that appear on this list.
I just started buying records and I of course wanted some ska. I had never heard these guys before, but it was cheap and they seemed good enough. But all in all I expect good things if they don't end up calling it a day. They do have some skaish songs, more so on this album than on Charge, but that means nothing. They're on this list soley for thier former association with the genre.
It's a fun album, but not a ska album by any means. Though they do keep mentioning how they seem to be writing more ska songs again. Maybe in five years when the follow up comes out. I've listened to it a few times and it's solid, but nothing stands out to me. To participate: 1. Follow txwaterdevboard, txhistcomm, and texasparkswildlife on Instagram 2. Post photos of TXwindmills and TXwatertowers make sure profile is public 3. Mention the location and tag txwaterdevboard, txhistcomm, and texasparkswildlife.
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