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More Noise and Other Disturban Import


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  • Audio CD (Dec 16 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Taang! Records
  • ASIN: B000000ESP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

1. Awfully Quiet
2. Where'd You Go
3. Doctor D
4. It Can't Hurt
5. What's At Stake
6. Cowboy Coffee
7. I'll Drink To That
8. Guns And The Young
9. He's Back
10. Bad In Plaid
11. They Came To Boston

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Format: Audio CD
I started listening to the bosstones when Let's Face It came out and even though it's an amazing album More Noise and Other Disturbances is the kind of album that you will play again and again and again.Every bosstones full length has it's own sound and this is no exception as all the tracks are catchy but also make you think at the same time.If you've only heard some of their more recent stuff you'll be glad you picked this up. It is a little short but who wants an album thats over an hour long and sucks?There's no bad tracks on this album so get it now!
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By Banned for life on Nov. 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is the most perfect Bosstones album, though I liked "Devil's night out" (and need to buy a new copy), it was quite rough. This one, just great. Picture it's fall 1994. You are a loser working in a factory, sitting in your sweet 1993 Candy Apple Red Nissan Sentra, and you make every person that walks by your car hear "Doctor D", and you play that album for every person you take to the fast food joint on break. Resitance is futile!! Ska is better than alt-rock on the radio. You must comply!!! Love the Ska!!Love me!!! Also, if you want to turn somebody onto ska, please play "I'll drink to that" after, well, they have a drink. Frat-boy fun!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
BEST SKA CD EVER! (that I've heard) May 23 2000
By Kenneth B. Buck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My criteria for any ska record is simple: does it make me jump out of my chair and start skanking wildly as if my life depended on it? With Noises, the answer is a resounding yes, even six years after I first heard of the bosstones.
The trend in the latter half of the ninetees was to have bands that did either happy pop-ska, or run-of-the-mill punk-ska. Although they combine a hardcore background with singable ska songs, the Bosstones really don't fit into either category; this record showcases their distinctive sound better than their other records. The sound is aggressive and FAST, especially on Dr. D and What's At STake, but then you have where'd you go and They Came to Boston, which may not be "hardcore" but maintain the high level of energy. This album stands out from all other ska albums by far. If you buy only one Bosstones CD, get this one, but you're going to want more.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Before the generic suits. . . Aug. 17 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you love "Let's Face It," but can't help feeling that the 'Tones have sold out just a little . . . if you think the generic suited rudy look just isn't as cool as the good 'ol "Bad in Plaid," . . . if you think that the new CD has a bit too much polish on the vocals and not enough driven growl . . . this is the CD for you. But then again, if you miss the good old Boss Tones, then you probably have this album already. If you are new to these ska-core bad boys, you don't know what you're missingt - "Let's Face It" is catchy, but this is where it's at.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
classic bosstones March 5 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD kicks @$$.It has so many great songs on it. Most were on the live album but the originals are just as good if not better."Where'd You Go","Cowboy Coffee","I'll Drink to That and "Bad In Plaid" all kick @$$. But my favorite song is "Dr.D".All bosstones fans should own this.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
One of the best small venue bands EVER!!! Oct. 29 2004
By bmsparvieri - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have been listening to the Bosstones for about 13 years maybe 12. I have seen them live countless times. From large venue (Horde tour, Warp Tour) type festivals to club shows. If they ever play a club near you jump at the chance to go. Don't skip to see them on a large stage, just don't get all hyped up it will be a let down. Nothing to do with the Band they sound great, just not the same type of atmosphere as the club gigs.

The last time I saw them was I believe 2000 or 2001 at the 9:30 Club in D.C. (great venue by the way) One of the best - not quite as good as when they were younger but still one the best shows ever for that size of a club.

More Noise and Other Disturbances is a good album, but Live from the Middle East really captures the energy and feel of a live Bosstone show. I really have a hard time listening to their studio albums. On a one to five rating More Noise and Other Disturbances gets a 5, while Live from the Middle East would get an 8 on the same rating scale. Absolutley the best, off the chart.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Perfection Nov. 2 2003
By Banned for life - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is the most perfect Bosstones album, though I liked "Devil's night out" (and need to buy a new copy), it was quite rough. This one, just great. Picture it's fall 1994. You are a loser working in a factory, sitting in your sweet 1993 Candy Apple Red Nissan Sentra, and you make every person that walks by your car hear "Doctor D", and you play that album for every person you take to the fast food joint on break. Resitance is futile!! Ska is better than alt-rock on the radio. You must comply!!! Love the Ska!!Love me!!! Also, if you want to turn somebody onto ska, please play "I'll drink to that" after, well, they have a drink. Frat-boy fun!!

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