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V10 Punk-O-Rama (Dvd) [Compilation, Explicit Lyrics]

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1. When 'You're' Around - Motion City Soundtrack
2. Lovers & Liars - Matchbook Romance
3. Shoot Me In The Smile - The Matches
4. Failure By Designer Jeans - From First To Last
5. Sun Vs. Moon - Sage Francis
6. News From The Front - Bad Religion
7. Mixin' Up Adjectives - This Is Me Smiling
8. Shadowland - Youth Group
9. From The Tops Of Trees - Scatter The Ashes
10. I Need Drugs - Some Girls
11. Mince Meat - Dangerdoom
12. Mission From God - The Offspring
13. Black Cloud - Converge
14. Last Goodbyes - Hot Water Music
15. Anchors Aweigh (Live) - The Bouncing Souls
16. Farewell My Hell - Millencolin
17. The Warrior's Code - Dropkick Murphys
18. Dead Weight Falls - The Unseen
19. White Knuckle Ride - Rancid
20. Falling Down - Pennywise
See all 26 tracks on this disc

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Punk-O-Rama 10 is the latest installment in the largest punk rock compilation series of all time! This album features unreleased tracks from The Offspring, Bad Religion, Rancid, Pulley, Hot Water Music, Bouncing Souls, The Matches, Scatter The Ashes, The Special Goodness and Danger Doom plus songs from Pennywise, NOFX, Matchbook Romance, Motion City Soundtrack, Sage Francis, Youth Group, Millencolin, Tiger Army and more! The record also includes a bonus DVD featuring 17 music videos from your favorite Epitaph artists! Epitaph. 2005.

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Punk-O-Rama ~ Vol. 10-Punk-O-Rama

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Punk -O Rama? July 3 2005
By Brett Lemke - Published on Amazon.com
Punk-O-Rama Volume 10 proves to be lackluster at best. Though there are some choice cuts from The Dropkick Murphy's & Rancid, the Free DVD containing the music videos is about the only selling point of the compillation. The coverart is pretty cookie-cutter as well, leaving me wondering why I purchased the record. I'm telling myself it was for the unreleased tracks that are featured on the set, but even they draw a wince. It's nice to hear from the Dropkicks, But "Warrior's Code" and "Tessie" sound like outtakes. Perhaps they will be better live. A more apt title would be neo-punk-o-rama volume 4. Good luck with the next one? All content copyright [...]
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Punk???? June 30 2005
By R. Dumm - Published on Amazon.com
OK, why you even think about putting the word punk on this CD? It seems that if you have a little whiny voice and can scream every so often like a little girl then you can call yourself punk...In all it is nothing more than EMO crap! And that is mostly what this CD is comprised of, except for the likes of BR, Pennywise, The Disasters and DKM, this CD is awful.

Do yourself a favor and stick with the first five releases of Punk-O-Rama and let's hope in the future that when Epitaph releases a CD with the word "punk" in it you are getting what you pay for.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Enough Emo June 27 2005
By Serj Tankian - Published on Amazon.com
This is the worst Punk o Rama yet. Bad Religion is the last respectable aspect of epitaph, and that is an old song. These albums getworse and worse. Do yourself a Huge favor pick up any of the first four volumes of Punk o Rama, Because thats the only way you're going to hear true punk Rock.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Mix June 13 2005
By Michael L. Steele - Published on Amazon.com
I'm not that upset that Epitaph have opened their doors to other musical genres other than punk. Of the three rap songs on this comp i honestly only like the Sage Francis song and I don't see him ever opening for snoop dog or 50 cent. Of the emo songs (which is not a genre i'm opposed to) I unfortuantely didn't really care for any of them. They weren't awful but they weren't anything new. What really shines on this comp are the older bands. Freeman's bass playing on "White Knuckle Ride" was worth the 4.99 at Best Buy. Tiger Army, The Offspring, Pulley, Bad Religion, Millencolin, Hot Water Music and Dropkick Murphys all contribute great songs to this comp. 26 songs for 5 dollars, I really can't complain.
5.0 out of 5 stars Lost genre June 10 2005
By Douglas W. Robertson Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
It is sad to say that the punk genre is lost, and it warms my soul to see a comp full of the greats. Not to mention unreleased goods I've never heard. I haven't picked up Punk-o-rama since 3 and I'm super glad I picked this one up. If you only picked this one up for Offspring your a retard. Why pick up a comp for only one band? You should pick this up because of NoFX, Bouncing Souls, Hot water music, Bad Religion etc... a whole list of GREAT bands! Not to mention "The Coup" a early 90's rap group who instead of preaching gang-bang rapped about opening your mind.

I suggest everyone go pick up Operation Ivy's "Energy" and get back to what punk is all about! Unity

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