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Various: Serial Killer CompilationSerial Killer Compilation (1999)
Fearless Records

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Contributed by: maverickScott
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Serial Killer a skateboard company, right? I don't know why they have a comp, but it sure is damn good. 28 mostly punk songs on this, and almost all of them have that make-ya-wanna-get-up-and-dance quality to them. You'll play each song over again just to get those catchy punk choruses down. Ban.
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Serial Killer a skateboard company, right? I don't know why they have a comp, but it sure is damn good. 28 mostly punk songs on this, and almost all of them have that make-ya-wanna-get-up-and-dance quality to them. You'll play each song over again just to get those catchy punk choruses down. Bands such as the Queers, No Use For A Name, Zeke, REO Speedealer, Blink 182, 88 Fingers Louie, and more all contribute to this, as well as most of the Fearless lineup (30 Foot Fall, At The Drive-In, Bigwig, Gob). A lot of the material on this is previously unreleased, which makes this CD all the much better. Plus, with 30 Foot Fall's amazingly hilarious rendition of "Creep" by Radiohead, how can you go wrong? Just make sure to skip over the Bracket song, Bracket sucks. [taken from A different kind of greatness webzine]

 


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Anonymous (December 6, 2002)

It's a decent CD...I paid way too much for it on ebay because I was a 16-year-old kid and was obsessed with the cover. Scott, I don't know what you're talking about... Bracket rocks. They have some of the most complex harmonies and chord progressions out there. The Pulley song rocks, the Queers song is catchy, the Diesel Boy song is surprisingly very good, and the 30 Foot Fall cover is.... ummm.... interesting. I prefer the original. --Jay Porter

Anonymous (August 10, 2001)

best album cover ever- fathead

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