All Killer No Filler Import, Enhanced
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|1. Introduction To Destruction|
|2. Nothing On My Back|
|3. Never Wake Up|
|4. Fat Lip|
|7. In Too Deep|
|9. Handle This|
|10. Crazy Amanda Bunkface|
|11. All She's Got|
|12. Heart Attack|
|13. Pain For Pleasure|
If you've heard Blink 182, the Offspring, or Green Day, you've heard Sum 41, with or without All Killer No Filler. The Canadian quartet's California punk formula is a well-worn one that seems to be working: set poppy, three-chord rock to hyperactive speeds, write songs about why you don't care and play up your juvenile-delinquent side for all it's worth (check out the "Going, Going, Gonorrhea" video with the band "doing all the dangerous and immature stuff you shouldn't try from the safety of your own home"). Of course, this has all been done before and will continue to be rehashed again as long as a silly, snotty attitude brings in the record company gold. While these punks a re hardly walking down the block less travelled, they still packed All Killer full of hooks that should snag radio listeners. Peppy sing-along choruses, rolling drum solos and guitar-driven ant hems uncork the energy and brightly colour this fast-moving album. --Jennifer Maerz
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Introduction to Destruction:N/A A useless intro, but nice rhyming though.
Nothing on my Back:8.5/10 A nice catchy song, and a good way to start the album.
Never wake up:5/10 The Weakest song on this album, this song is wierd.
Fat Lip:10/10 I JUST LOVE THIS SONG!!!
Rythems:9/10 A nice follow-up to the song Fat Lip
MOtivation:9.5/10 This song is also extremely good. I love the chorus.
In Too Deep:8/10 I didn't like this song as much because it was so poppy.
Summer:8.5/10 This song was also in HHHOP. I don't know why they also put it on this LP but it's a fairly good song.
Handle This:9/10 This is a very slow song but I like it.
Crazy Amanda Bunkface:9/10 This song is veryfast and cool.
All She's Got: 7/10 One of the weaker songs in my opinion.
Heart Attack:9.5/10 A very nice song. I like the transition of slow and fast.
Pain for Pleasure:8.5/10 A good way to finish off the album(Although I'm Christian)
Overall this song is great and you should go buy it.
nothing on my back-4/5>>this song is a medium fast beat with a easy sing along tune not so fast and speedy
never wake up-3/5>>> its really fast then the chorus is the usaul none original beat basically its just like alot of songs out there
fat lip-4/5>>>i dont like that really poppy type but its good slowish rappish like
rythms-4/5>>>medium i like it its a good rockish song easily put, kind of like the song "nothing on my back"
in too deep-4/5>>>its a good song it just gets to much attention along with fat lip, definately more of a poppy song, a very much like beat like the song "girls and boys" from good charlotte
summer-havent really heard it sorry
handle this-4/5>>>kind of sounds like a papa roach song, mixed with a something corporate band (good band if you like slower songs check out something corporate)
crazy amanda bunkface-same as above i havent heard it yet
all shes got-4/5>>> a fast song a usual sum 41 song fast not to fast mild singing of speed repetas "all shes got" to much though.
heart attack-4/5>>>guitar is kind of like blink 182, slow and calm, until you get in the chorus it picks up good guitar song i like this song alot
pain for pleasure-sadly i havent heard this one either :(
i say if you like a poppy-rock band like good charlotte mixed with blink 182, AND a little bit of the ataris get this cd if you want more punk get there newer one
From hearing their hit single Fat Lip, its not hard to tell why. The guitar chord is impressive if not ultra-skilful, the lyrics about their misspent youth will be meaningful, and the chorus is cathcy.
Unfortuantely, this is the best thing on offer. The album is mostly quite generic, with little to distinguish it from 100 other bands. I guess that's typical, when a few bands hit a winning formula, a lot of chancers copy it. All She's Got is one of the bettter tracks here, sounding like one of the best Offspring songs The Offspring didn't write. Second single In Too Deep is very much more pop than punk, with all but the chorus being fairly mellow, showing potential for development once maturity sets in.
As many reviewers have said, tis a shame to see this corporate cloned music and image cited as 'punk'. Punk is about fighting the system and changing things through inspiration and vigour - something a lot of these guys could learn from. Lesser-known bands like No Use For A Name, Saves the Day, Alkaline Trio, NOFX and Pitchshifter would be much better to check out.
2. Nothing On My Back - Pretty good song. Doesn't really sound like a Sum41 song though, the instruments sound different. It's got a great drum pattern. 7/10.
3. Never Wake Up - This song's really fast. You can't really understand what Derrick is saying until he says 'I feel like never waking up.' Sounds pretty dodgey the first time you hear it, but you get used to it and it turns out to be really catchy. 7/10.
4. Fat Lip - The best song on the album. Fantastic to listen to with stereo speakers. It's great to sing along with, and the guitar sounds great during the first two verses. 10/10.
5. Rhythms - Great guitar tune. This songs fun to sing along with, It's one of the best songs on the album. Sounds alot like 'Motivation.' 8/10.
6. Motivation - This song has great 'instrumentals' going through it. It's fun singing along to, and it really catchy. I can't get one of the lines of this song out of my head, 'Maybe it's just something I can't admit, but lately,
I feel like I don't give a $#!T.' 9/10.
7. In Too Deep - More of a pop/rock song. The guitar tune sounds good and it's got a great guitar riff towards the end. 9/10.
8. Summer - This song was originally on 'Half Hour Of Power,' also by Sum41. 8/10.
9. Handle This - Great song, it doesn't sound as fantastic as it is the first time you listen to it, but it ends up being really good. 9/10.
10. Crazy Amanda Bunkface - Weird name. The second verse sounds really good. It sounds great when the guitars come in more heavily. 7/10.
11. All She's Got - Not a really good song. The beginning doesn't sound to good and the chorus isn't very catchy. 5/10.
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Most recent customer reviews
( i may make some wording makstakes don't mind them)this is there best cd after this it is dose this look infected then cuck, half hour of power is ok but this one is better the... Read morePublished on Dec 5 2005 by Mr.Random
i like sum 41, but this CD gets old after a while. it may have some good stuff like fat lip, in too deep, and nothing on my back, but "does this look infected" is much... Read morePublished on July 1 2004
Punk rawk? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha...
Go back to watching MTV children, this is as safe as Barney. Read more
There's nothing special about his album at all. It just sounds like every other pop-"punk" band out there. The guitar, bass, drums, and singing are all quite simple. Read morePublished on June 30 2004 by Bryan
This album wouldn't irritate quite as much as it does now if it didn't seem like everybody but me enjoyes it. Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by The Voice of Reason
From the gripping introduction through to the oustanding conclusion, All Killer No Filler is an spectacular Album. Read morePublished on June 18 2004
This album is truly goofy. Sometimes to annoying extent. That is why it falls two stars short of what it could have been. Read morePublished on June 4 2004 by Melting_Pot
This band is a talented group. I enjoy listening to their style, cool and conveinent. If this band were to come to my city, I would buy their tickets in an instant(even if the... Read morePublished on May 14 2004
Really Sum 41, what have you done? when are you ever going to stop complaining about your mommies making you do your homework. Since when is it in style to be immature? Read morePublished on May 8 2004 by Carol S. Wedell