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Buddha Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (April 11 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Kung Fu Entertainment Group
  • ASIN: B000005BOC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Carousel
2. T.V.
3. Strings
4. Fentoozler
5. Time
6. Romeo & Rebecca
7. 21 Days
8. Sometimes
9. Point Of View
10. My Pet Sally
11. Reebok Commercial
12. Toast & Bananas
13. The Girl Next Door
14. Don't


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Turner on May 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
this album was just a montage of blink in their early days. i think that they showed more musicianship here than in their later works. the sound quality however cancels out everything else. s lot of these songs are featured on "Cheshire Cat."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tony Alcorn on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'll just go over the songs real quick.
Carousel (10/10) - Possibly the best blink-182 ever. It is the first song Tom and Mark wrote (thought it wasn't put on Flyswatter).
TV (6/10) - Nice little riff, but I prefer the demo tape version of TV better.
Strings (7/10) - People hate this song, but I think it is cool. It really shows how sick Mark was when they were recording.
Fentoozler (6/10) - Eh...not for me.
Time (8/10) - Was on the Flyswatter demo tape. Awesome ska-like riff at the beginning.

Romeo and Rebecca (7/10) - I prefer the Cheshire Cat version over the Buddha version.
21 Days (10/10) - Third best song on the album. This is NOT a filler song by any means. Classic blink-182 song right here.
Sometimes (8/10) - Quick little song with nice hook.
Point of View (7/10) - Was also on the Flyswatter demo. Great short song.
My Pet Sally (8/10) - Love this song for some strange reason.
Reebok Commerical (8/10) - Also on Flyswatter demo. Another great song.
Toast and Bannanas (8/10) - Better than the Cheshire Cat version.
The Girl Next Door (10/10) - Second best song on the CD. Love this as much as I do the Screaching Weasel's version.
Don't (9/10) - Another great song and nice way to end the CD.
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By Brian Thomas on April 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
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Blink 182 is a trio that is looked down by many. Because of their immaturity, their sellout music. I, however, have grown to enjoy blink 182's music. Buddah was blink's first. It isn't an actual album, though. This was recorded on a tape back in 1993, and then converted to compact disc. although Mark and Tom sound younger and aren't in tune, this is an album showing off their musicianship. okay, so they aren't the best musicians, but, on this album they showed the world that they can play more than three chords.
1. carousel- Blink 182 first song. this is an incedible song. if you disagree with me, watch them perform it. the buddah version is better than the cheshire cat version. 10/10
2. TV- call me crazy, but i like this song. 8/10
3. strings- cool song. 9/10
4. Fentoozler- another cool song. 9/10
5. Time- filler. 4/10
6. romeo and rebecca- another song that shows off blink's musicianship. it has a pretty cool intro, and the song progresses with Tom singing slowly to faster. 8/10
7. 21 Days- filler 4/10
8. sometimes- cool song, shows that blink can actually play pretty fast. 7/10
9. Point of view- this one just doesn't do it for me 2/10
10. My Pet sally- okay 5/10
11. reebok commercial- okay 5/10
12. toast and bananas- cool song 7/10
13. Girl next door- really good song, i'm not sure if it is an original song or a cover, but it is great. 9/10
14. Don't- not too fond of this 8/10
so, listen up, everyone, this is an album showing blink in their early stage. if you REALLY want to hear blink's good earlier music, start off with cheshire cat. then, go ahead and get this one. i just think that blink got a bad rep because of the music they make, it being punk/pop. i think that they don't deserve it, groups like Good Charlotte,and Simple Plan deserve it. Blink has been around for a good while, and have good earlier songs.
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By A Customer on March 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
I wouldnt say this is Blink at there best, but it still is good and fun to listen to. Like most there albums it has the usual Blink trade marks such as catchy guitar riffs and chorus's (dont know how to pluralize that) along with immature lyrics. But what makes this album speacial is the fact that this is pure blink 182. No studio magic at all. Another thing that makes the album fun to listen to is Tom's young and not so innocent voice. This is definately a good album.
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Format: Audio CD
Yeah, yeah, I know they suck, I know they're barely above the level of a boyband, and I know that they sure as hell aren't punk. That said, I think that this is a truly great record, brilliant in the fact that it's so flawed, so ragged, that you can feel the desperation slipping through the sophomoric but wonderful lyrics. They approach punk on this record, with songs like "Carousel," "Romeo and Rebecca," and "Sometimes," they show us a path they could have traveled, had they only not chosen to sell out and become the pop @$$holes they are now.
Meanwhile, songs like "21 Days," and "Fentoozler," My two favorite songs off the record, they show the strait-up rock they practically delivered on later efforts. There was so much potential in these early works, so much talent that got squandered later on. It makes me sad when I hear stories like this, but aw well, we'll always have Buddha, a record of broken promises
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Format: Audio CD
I agree with punkhardcore and punx4life. This band here is about having fun and playing cool guitar solo's. Dude ranch and beyond they lost something. Dude Ranch still had a few good songs. If you want to hear the real Blink-182, you need this, this is schoolboys jammin and playin what they want, fun music, reall raw guitar tone, without endlessly repeated heavy metal commercial riffs like later albums that have a resemblance to Korn and bands like that.
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