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Dont Know How To Party


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  • Audio CD (June 8 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000001DYU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,986 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Our Only Weapon
2. Last Dead Mouse
3. Don't Know How To Party
4. Someday I Suppose
5. A Man Without
6. Holy Smoke
7. Illegal Left
8. Tin Soldiers
9. Almost Anything Goes
10. Issachar
11. What Was Was Over
12. Seven Thirty Seven/Shoe Glue

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By A Customer on Sept. 20 1998
Format: Audio CD
The Bosstones quite clearly were pioneering a new style (ska-core, dummy) on this record, and not striving to preset existing themes; but even the most innovative of style blenders (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bad Brains and Fishbone leap to mind) have troubles keeping their music straight and even. For instance, Sublime does what the Bosstones do much better simply because they've had more time to practice with ska-core. OK, back to the album. The songs, while interesting from a musicologist's POV, careen confusedly all across the ska and metal landscape -- the Bosstones weren't sure at this point how to blend hardcore, metal and ska; all of which had very different tempos. At its worst, this album sounds like metal with horns, at its best, the combined styles shine together. But the low points come often enough that this record becomes more of a document of the birth of a genre rather than its holy grail.
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I first heard this album when I was a fourteen year old kid and it is still in my CD collection almost eight years later (unfortunately, none of my other discs are). This is the best album the Bosstones produced ("Devil's Night Out" is almost a tie, and "Question the Answers" is a distant second). "Our Only Weapon" starts the album off with a truly a** kickin' start, and by the time it reaches "Someday I Suppose" the listener will know they are hearing a classic. Not a bad cut on this CD (okay, maybe "Isaachar" is average), any ska fans should purchase it immediately.
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By Andy on April 22 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best albums I own. If this did not have "A man without" and "What was was over," it would be a perfect cd. Songs like "Don't know how to party," "Holy smoke," and "Anything goes" show just how incredible the Bosstones are. This cd is absolutely phenomenal. The horn section is really tight, Nate's inventive guitar playing is obvious, and Dicky's voice is at a pefect growl. Buy this, you couldn't possibly regret it.
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This album ROCKS! I love it (although, I love all of their albums). I love the song "Don't Know How to Party" and "Tin Soldiers" along with all of the others on the cd. Many don't think that Dicky Barrett can't sing. HE CAN TO! It's just his style is different. But anyway, I have all of their other albums and this one ranks as probably my second or third favorite. I'm hooked on ska and I'm hooked on the BossToneS!
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This album is a classic. If you like any of the Bosstones CD's(there are many)You'll love this one. This CD shows The Bosstones in their prime, before they calmed down some in Lets Face It. Dicky's voice is the way it should be, LOUD. The songs are of great quality. Some of my favorite are Don't Know how to Party and almost anything goes. Its easy to relate to the songs. Great Party songs. Keep doing it Bosstones.
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I bought this CD over six years ago, and it still occupies a standard spot on my rotation. It really covers a lot of ground....from the all out rage of "Our Finest Weapon" to the bouncy, happy tone of "Someday I Suppose." This IS ska. The top of the ska pyramid as far as I'm concerned, so try it, you'll like it.
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