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1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours

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  • Audio CD (June 29 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sonic Unyon Records
  • ASIN: B000000FGD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,710 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. At The Library
2. Don't Leave Me
3. I Was There
4. Disappearing Boy
5. Green Day
6. Going To Pasalacqua
7. 16
8. Road To Acceptance
9. Rest
10. The Judge's Daughter
11. Paper Lanterns
12. Why Do You Want Him?
13. 409 In Your Coffeemaker
14. Knowledge
15. 1,000 Hours
16. Dry Ice
17. Only Of You
18. The One I Want
19. I Want To Be Alone

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Green Day ~ 1,039 / Smoothed Out Slappy Hours

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This compilation of early indie work (1989's 1000 Hours EP, 1990's Slappy EP, and 1990's 39/Smooth LP) was a strong indicator of things to come for Green Day. Recorded on shoestring budgets, these recordings out-rocked most of the wannabe punk records that flooded record stores at the time. From the first strains of the opener, "At the Library," Green Day are off on a fast, fun ride. Some of the band's best tracks are from these early sessions--"Don't Leave Me," "Dry Ice," "16," "Rest," and "Paper Lanterns," to name only a few. It's a hook-filled record with three-chord wonders at every turn, anchored by Armstrong's snotty-boy vocals. He captures youthful yearning, variously spitting lyrics like "I feel forgotten / Feel like rotting" and then musing out loud, "What is it about you that I adore?" Simply some of the catchiest punk rock ever made. --Lorry Fleming


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Format: Audio CD
I'm not going to review this album again, considering I already did a couple of months back. Instead, I'll just answer the big question: is the new remastered, enhanced version really worth the purchase?
I think so.
Here are a few reasons why:
1. The enhanced CD features are really neat. You can look at old, previously unseen pictures of the band when they were young, listen to acoustic versions of "Paper Lanterns" and others that were previously only on the radio, etc.
2. New artwork. It's not much, but it's pretty cool to have.
3. The remastering. Honestly, when I first put it in my CD player, I said, "That's it?! It doesn't sound any different to me!" But then I put it in my discman... I was wrong. There's a difference. Now everything sounds louder and clearer, and like another reviewer said, it breathes new life into old songs.
Also, there is a version out there that has a free large Green Day t-shirt and sticker pack for the same price. That's the one I got, so look for it, although I don't know if it's limited edition or not.
Overall, if you don't have the original copy of 1,039/Smooth, and you want to buy it, make it this one. It's got all the extra features listed above, it sounds better, and oh yeah, it's cheaper. If you have the original, it's also worth checking out. Snoogins.
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By A Customer on Feb. 25 2004
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Disappointed for the most part...the extras are cool but not nearly enough to justify a re-release. Other bands I've been a fan of have re-released old stuff, but took the time to make the music 100 times better....redid guitar tracks, vocals, etc., made it more polished. The actual music from the album sounds exactly like it did in 1991. A great album, don't get me wrong, but don't expect a wall of guitar sound now. It's the same as it was. If a couple of songs off a concert video interest you or a handful of songs from an old radio show interest you...spend the money. If you're a fan and have never purchased this album...spend the money. If you're old like me and bought this in 1991, save your money....it's been there, done that. On the bright side, I didn't buy the last couple Green Day albums so I'm still ahead in the long run. ALL, no ALL!
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The fact that this album is less known is unfortunate, because its green day at their best. This cd and Kerplunk are the oldest but the best of their albums. Some guy in an old rundown cd store (school feild trip), had this cd on his counter several years back. I had never seen it and had all the other green day cds to date. I asked him about it. He said that it was very rare and couldnt be bought in US. He said it was in his personal collection but that he would sell it to me for 35 bucks.Ass hole. Me (not knowing you can buy it almost anywhere) bought it for 35 dollars. Although i was pissed off when i found out, i think it was worth the money. A must have for any green day fan.
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When most casual fans think of Green Day, they think about Dookie. Well just to let u know there's alot more than that!! This album has a different sound to it, and there's more love songs but i love it!! Green Day needs to release a live cd with songs from this cd and kerplunk. These CD's are always in stores but they are unknown. My favorite songs on here are, AT THE LIBRARY, with its cachy riffs and lyrics. DISAPPEARING BOY, a darker song but still great. GREEN DAY, which, if u havent figured out yet, is about a boring day doing drugs. GOING TO PASALAQUA, and SIXTEEN are both awesome songs with great lyrics and just want to make you rock on.PAPER LANTERNS is an awesome love song, and once you hear it you'll know what i mean. KNOWLEDGE is a cover of Operation Iv's song, not as rocking, but a more of a bar song. WHY DO YOU WANT HIM? has an awesome chorus.ONLY OF YOU, is my favorite song on the album!!! It has great lyrics and a riff that'll just keep you listening. And, unlike their later albums,(dont get me wrong they're all great) these song have awesome solos on them. You'll love it from the beginning to end so go to the store and get this cd. Now it is re-released with extra's on it. GREAT ALBUM!!!!!!!!!
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In 1990, if you had told then 18-year-old Billie Joe Armstrong of Rodeo, CA that his band Green Day would go on to become one of the biggest and most influential bands of the '90s, he would probably have smiled, patted you on your head, and sent you on your way. But you would've been right. (Obviously.)
Well, this is their first album. This is Green Day's roots, and it makes for a less polished, and more raw record. However, it also contains Green Day's signature catchy hooks and lyrics about teenage life in general (but not in the annoying, trite way that most punk-pop bands write them!). This becomes quite evident when "At The Library" starts. Short, sweet, and about falling in love with a stranger, this is a good example of not only what the rest of the album has to offer, but the direction that Billie Joe and company would go on to take on the way to multi-platinum success. After all, what else would you expect from Green Day?
All in all, like I said, this album is not quite as "produced" as their major-label albums, but it's just as good (if not better), and if you have come to fall in love with Green Day's three-chord, simple, catchy, fun alternative/punk/pop sound, then I definitely recommend buying this and "Kerplunk!".
I also hear they're re-releasing this album remastered with a new song, if you're interested.
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