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  • Audio CD (March 10 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Track & Field
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #202,421 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Fists In The Pockets, The
2. Days I Forgot To Write Down
3. Daydream Scars
4. Bored Roar
5. Seven Sisters To Silverlake
6. This English Melancholy
7. Punk Got Fucked, The
8. Story Of The Vivian Girls, The
9. Just One More Summer Before I Go
10. Draw A Smile Upon An Egg
11. Fingernailed For You
12. Your Robert!
13. Gone Before We Open Our Eyes
14. Right Now? No
15. Ballad Of A Mix Tape, The

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great overlooked album Sept. 30 2007
By mountain viewer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
One of the better albums of 2005, but generally not well known. The basic sound is midway between power pop and old-school punk. Indeed it might sound too old-school (derivative) at first, but the psychological and cultural context for the songs is very contemporary. If you have any affinity for the various forms that have emerged from punk in the last fifteen years or so, you should be able to get something useful from this, and if the Pacific Northwest variants (KRS, Barsuk, etc) appeal at all, this should speak powerfully.

There are some slow parts, and the second half is generally stronger than the first. But songs like "Fists in the Pockets" and "Gone before We Open Our Eyes" capture a particular kind of 30-something radical truth that should appeal well beyond genre fans. And "One More Summer before I Go" is one for the ages.

Put that Arcade Fire or Elliot Smith on lay-a-way, and spend this week's discretionary income on a lost gem instead.