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Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (June 12 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005K9VW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 825 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,255 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Anthem, Pt. 2
2. Online Songs
3. First Date
4. Happy Holidays, You Bastard
5. Story of a Lonely Guy
6. Rock Show
7. Stay Together for the Kids
8. Roller Coaster
9. Reckless Abandon
10. Everytime I Look for You
11. Give Me One Good Reason
12. Shut Up
13. Please Take Me Home
14. Untitled
15. Bonus Track

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Product Description

Includes the Bonus Track Don't Tell Me It's Over.


Call it We Aren't Family. Blink-182's studio followup to the zillion-selling Enema of the State is as angst-ridden about parental-related bad vibes as anything by Everclear. As the album's Who-like anthem "Stay Together for the Kids" has it: "We get along, so why can't they?" Other songs depict the effects of broken and near-broken homes on the 20-somethings this pop-punk trio's members have become. The opening lines of "First Date" sound very familiar nervous notes ("Do you like my stupid hair?") before the song shades over into a deeper self-loathing ("I'm not worthy for a minute of your time"). Pants and Jacket, of course, rarely slows down at even its most torn moments: this is the fast and loud pop-punk Blink's fans have made the hardest music many of them listen to. And these guys haven't outgrown the urge to toss a raspberry into the face of authority figures, including the dads, moms and grandpas who are the butt of jokes in the likes of "Happy Holidays, You Bastards." Heh heh. Butt. --Rickey Wright

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Format: Audio CD
What can we say about Blink 182. They have the best drummer on earth, a fantastic guitarist, and an excellent bassist. Plus, they Mark can actually sing. Tom can sing as well, but in his own. What separates blink from different bands is that they have a different style. Mark low toned voice and Tom high pitched nasal voice complement each other pefectly. These guys are talented, unique, and creative, and thats a dangerous combination. In their latest project, Take off your pants and jacket (hahahahaha get it? Take off your pants and jack it) they show off their talent even more so than Enema of the State.
1. Anthem pt. 2(tom)- Third single off Take off... This one talks about the youth and the problems facing them. This is an awesome song. The drums, as usual, are AWESOME, the guitars are great, bass-exxcellent. Mature side of Blink. 5/5
2. Online Songs(mark)- Mark talks about Josie and how she's the object of his frustration. This song is INCREDIBLE. The stand-out here is the bass. It goes from a bass riff in the beggining to a fast-paced song. This is my favorite song to play as I'm driving to school. 5/5
3. First Date(tom)- Second single off Take off... Guitars are the stand-out in this track. Bass is great in the verses. Great fast-paced song to just listen to with your friends when you hang out. Tom talks about his thoughts during his first date. The music video is insane, and funny. 5/5
4. Happy Holidays, you b******(mark)- This was intended to be an angry song. It is funny the first time you hea it, but afterwards, it gets kibd of annoying, just the words. The music however is AWESOME. 4/5
5. Story of a lonely guy(tom)- AWESOME SONG. DEFINATELY IN THE TOP 5 BEST BLINK SONGS EVER MADE. Tom talking about his life, somewhat emotional.
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Format: LP Record
Having just received the record today, I immediately threw it on the turntable. The first thing, other than the packaging (which I'll get to in a minute) that got to me was the audio quality. I have a nice Hifi audio system with a nice table. Having listened to this album (without exaggeration) about 100 times before on CD, I expected to hear some of the shrill, over compressed pop-production gimmicks I was used to. While the record is still loud (it is pop-punk, after all), it is much more nuanced in its approach. Bass sounds like bass, drums are big and clear, vocals have more depth. Soundstage is better, but still a tad limited due to the nature of the pop music world's post production tactics. You can hear details like never before - pick scratches on bass strings, sharper snare hits, more space in the sound stage. These are a massive improvement over the original. I am not sure if they went back to the master tapes, and yes, they did use 2inch tape to record this album, but regardless, the album has life and depth to it. Originally, the album was released in three iterations: each with two different bonus songs at the end. IN this set, you get all six bonus songs available with the original versions. In short, it still sounds like the Blink 182 I know and love, just better, clearer and easier to listen to. The three 7" 45's included in the package are really interesting too - acoustic guitar tone is much better, vocals on more melodic songs are clear as a bell with lots of presence.

Now, the packaging. SRC has done an amazing job with the packaging of the set.
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Format: Audio CD
this cd is good, solid blink. although i don't like it as much as i liked enema of the state, this is still one of my favorite cd's that i own. here are the songs:
Anthem part 2: 7/10- this song gets kinda boring after a while. Catchy tune though.
Online Songs: 8/10- Also eventually boring, but it has a good chorus
First Date: 7/10- I guess the only reason i like this song is because it reminds me of the blink concert i went to once upon a time.
Happy Holidays you Bastard: 5/10- Really short and pointless, but its pretty funny.
The Rock Show: 9/10- i like this song. Its really catchy and has a good beat. By the way, Travis is the most insane drummer in the world.
Story of a Lonely Guy: 9/10- at first i didnt like this song at all, but it grew on me and now its one of my favorites.
Stay Together for the Kids: 10/10- i love this song. Its my favorite on the album, very sad. Its this album's Adam's Song.
Roller Coaster: 9/10-Another really catchy, good song. the drumming and the chorus are both really good.
Reckless Abandon: 10/10 Another one of my favorites. its a good summer song, and i could listen to it all day.
Everytime I look for You: 6/10- I dont really like this song. Never have liked it, never will
Give me one good Reason: 10/10- a classic punk anthem type song.
Shut Up: 10/10- Another good song. this one is about a failing relationship.
Please take me home: 9/10- Although the lyrics are kind of stupid, its still a catchy, fun song.
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