The Weakerthans - Reconstruction Site (Cover Artwork)

The Weakerthans

The Weakerthans: Reconstruction SiteReconstruction Site (2003)
Epitaph Records

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My fellow editor Adam recently wrote a blindingly good review for the new Constantines record. In it, he declared that the Cons' Shine A Light "feels important." This is exactly what I want to say about the new Weakerthans album, as well. Reconstruction Site is nothing short of flawless. I hav.
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My fellow editor Adam recently wrote a blindingly good review for the new Constantines record. In it, he declared that the Cons' Shine A Light "feels important." This is exactly what I want to say about the new Weakerthans album, as well.

Reconstruction Site is nothing short of flawless. I have been a fan of the band for some time now, watching them move through the metamorphosis that has been their musical career. From starting out as "the guy from Propaghandi's new band" into the group that they are now, the Weakerthans have been making some of the most innovative pop music to ever grace human ears.

But yet, with each album there has been a flaw. Fallow, while a stunning debut, saw the band still stuck with the "ex-" moniker [not helping this was the fact that the band put two Propaghandi songs on the record, albeit revised]. The punk on the disc felt a bit forced, and the balladry was also a bit too awkward to stand on two legs. But one listen would tell you that this band would have a great future.

Left And Leaving fixed both the punk and the balladry problems, with songs like "Watermark" and "Aside" delivering the rock, and tracks such as "Pamphleteer" and "My Favorite Chords" showcasing the quartet's lighter side. Each song on the album was a gem, but the problem came in the sequencing of the disc - clocking in at over 50 minutes, with many of the slower tracks right in a row really killed the disc's momentum.

So of course, Reconstruction Site is the perfect balance of punk ferocity and pop balladry, with all 14 songs put in the order I would have placed them in personally had I written them. John K. Samson's voice is as unique as it has ever been here, and singing potent lines from start to finish. The albums opener, "(Manifest)," kicks off vocally with "I want to call requests through heating vents / and hear them answered with a whisper 'no'." From the get go, Samson and crew are out to defy the stereotype of a love song. The weirdly romantic theme continues in crunchy, Smoking Popes-esque "The Reasons," with the catchy chorus of "I know you might roll your eyes at this / but I'm so glad that you exist." This sort of postmodern, sarcastic love that Samson writes about is as sincere as it gets, and is straight from the heart.

The group's country roots shine through on the title track, a quick little multi-themed narrative about life. "Psalm For The Elks Lodge Last Call" puts Samson's voice as the thoughts of an Elks Lodge member [I'm sure there's some official name for them - Elksmen, perhaps? - but I just don't know it]. It's a subdued track that is over before you know it, but you wish it would have gone on for about 5 more verses or so.

Then the rock kicks in, with "Plea From A Cat Named Virtue" and "Our Retired Explorer (Dines With Michel Foucault In Paris, 1961)" batting back-to-back in the lineup. Each keeps up the narrative theme, with the first being written from the perspective of a cat [directed towards his lazy and depressed owner] and the second being a strange yet cute imaginary conversation about Antarctica [including the best use of the French language in rock music possibly of all time]. As usual, Samson's lyrics are chock full of wit and black humor, with lines such as "All you ever want to do is drink and watch TV / frankly that thing doesn't really interest me / I swear I'm going to bite you hard and taste your tinny blood / if you don't stop those self-defeating lies you've been repeating since the day you brought me home" really making you feel for this cat's plight, as odd as that might sound.

So normally when I write a review, I write an introduction, highlight the best songs on the disc, then wrap it up with a conclusion. The thing is, I've already talked about the first six tracks as if they were highlights, and that's the thing - they are all highlights. From the revisited musical theme appearing in both the chillingly beautiful "(Hospital Vespers)" and "(Past-Due)" to the savage guitar rock of "Prescience of Dawn," to the soon-to-be-classic anti-Winnipeg anthem "One Great City!", this disc is flawless. One of my favorite things of the entire disc is the fact that Samson almost never uses the same vocal line twice [and this has been true for the majority of his songwriting career]. Sure, the music in the chorus might be the same, but rarely are the words. And yet, somehow, I've learned almost every word on this album - that takes talent on the musicians' part to make the lyrics worthwhile enough to memorize when they are this varied and difficult.

Like countrymen the Constantines, the Weakerthans have put out an album that just feels important. The music wavers in that perfect area between tradition and progression, never getting too artsy nor too simplistic for their own good. It almost seems too perfect that both bands are touring together this fall, as both have put out two of the best albums of 2003, and possibly years to come.


The Reasons
Psalm For The Elks Lodge Last Call
Plea From A Cat Named Virtue

Our Retired Explorer (Dines With Michel Foucault In Paris, 1961) Lo Hi

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nocomply (November 18, 2011)

What some might say is "too cute," I usually see as writing from the heart when it's done by John K. Samson. The sequencing of the tracks, the lyrics, the production, and of course the music... everything is near-perfect on this record.

It's been around for the better part of a decade now and I still love it to pieces.

pocketdictionary (May 1, 2011)

Check out my Weakerthans cover! It's a song off of this album [Hospital Vespers]: http://youtu.be/xyxJoI5nM6U

arejaypunx (October 22, 2010)

The Weakerthans' best and overall one of the very best album's this genre has ever played a part in.

theturbolemming (February 6, 2009)

Absolutely perfect. My favorite album of all time. I wish that I had some higher praise to give it, but I know none.

scarysmurf (July 7, 2008)

Missing the other half of the star due to the begining of A New Name For Everything.
Other than that literally, flawless.

notfeelingcreative (August 26, 2006)

I've had this album for three years, and am just starting to fully appreciate how fantastic it is!! Beautiful fucking record!!

liveinadive55 (October 12, 2005)

these guys are great. ive just started getting into them recently, but im enthralled with their uniwue sound and great lyrics. great record, great band.

Anonymous (July 22, 2005)

I don't think it's fair to pigeonhole the Weakerthans with anything to do with country. Very few of the songs have a slide guitar or country feel, so that shouldn't define them as a band. Brett Gurewitz says it's punk, and I would tend to agree.

TheOtherIvan (July 14, 2005)

I saw these guys with the Constantines, amazing show. Amazing records.

Anonymous (January 31, 2005)

great album...

Anonymous (June 25, 2004)

only nice

codythedestroyer (April 12, 2004)

I agree with everyone else who said this is a fantastic album. It's easily one of my favorites, but I think I still prefer Left and Leaving.

Anonymous (January 31, 2004)


Anonymous (November 28, 2003)

I dunno... Bought it last week, and I can't listen to it all the way. A lot of the songs have the same structure. It gets boring quick.

Next to the new Shins record, it's nothing.

AnaMorph0sIs (October 21, 2003)

Fabulous album.

Anonymous (September 9, 2003)

wow this cd is amazing

Anonymous (September 1, 2003)

"and to whoever said the guy from interpol sings and writes like ian curtis...sings, yes. writes...ian curtis wrote hauntingly beautiful songs. the guy from interpol strings together things that rhyme that resemble a kindergartener's ramblings. dont ever compare them."

Believe me, I wasn't... Ian Curtis was far superior to this new wannabe, compare a song like "Autosuggestion" to... well, any one Interpol song...


Anonymous (August 31, 2003)

this album Is just perfect, it is absolutly amazing, I am glad I can say I was on a roadtrip back from edmonton to Ontario and we made a stop in Winnipeg just so I could say I bought this album in Winnipeg

perfection = re construction site

Anonymous (August 31, 2003)

I wanted to mention how soothing the new Weakerthans is to listen to while I'm watering my plants or doing yoga!

Anonymous (August 31, 2003)

this record is astounding.

and to whoever said the guy from interpol sings and writes like ian curtis...sings, yes. writes...ian curtis wrote hauntingly beautiful songs. the guy from interpol strings together things that rhyme that resemble a kindergartener's ramblings. dont ever compare them.

Anonymous (August 30, 2003)

BSD is either A)saying shit to purposely piss people off because...well sometimes that shit is just funny over the internet or B) a scenester(sp) prick. Either way, I think you all take him way to seriously.

dignin (August 30, 2003)

"Radiohead are even worse."

Bsd, do you have any reason to think their not good, or are you in badass mode?

Kevin11 (August 30, 2003)

BSD, you are pretty much right about the Joy Division stuff. Although very talented, and a great song writer, the singer puts on a HUGE act during his shows, we were once in the same record store and all those cats talked about was smack and hookers, depressed my ass.

sickboi (August 29, 2003)

That opening riff on "Plea From A Cat Named Virtue" sounds like AC/DC's "Money Talks".

Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

"Interpol is the next Radiohead and are equally as amazing, sadly, none of you will even consider listening to them because they are "Indie" or are on the Radio, those who do listen to them, well, I commend you."

Oh yes, you read my mind. Interpol is not at all original... Joy Division with a cluttered sound. The singer writes songs and lyrics like Ian Curtis, and poses like Ian Curtis live... Fuck that band. Radiohead are even worse.


Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

does anyone know if the weakerthans have done or plan to do a full band rendition of "utilities," one of the four songs from john samson's cbc sessions? i really liked that song...


Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

Why do people keep posting about Interpol, Radiohead, etc...It's all about The Weakerthans

Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

seriously, look at the reviews for the dwarves albums, the albums themselves are not that different, but the reviews are. they should at least have consistent opinion across their reviewers...

Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

I think my problem with Pitch Fork is they're inconsistant and most albums that are more punk than indie (or whatever you want to call it) they act like it's worthless and never as good and pretentious art rock. I don't like reviews that are so vague either, sometimes you can't even tell if they like them or not until you read the score. Whatever. Love this album!

Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

well, you said equal. but they are still not equal. but still very good.
yes. that is all.


Anonymous (August 29, 2003)

yea. interpol is very good but... they are in no way better than radiohead.
never say that again.


dignin (August 29, 2003)

speaking of radiohead I just got back from seeing them live, AMAZING. Yeah I dont get the interpol comparison to radiohead. I guess its kinda like when critics would call pavement the american radiohead

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

interpol is not even comparable to radiohead, although interpol is pretty great.


Kevin11 (August 28, 2003)

Interpol is the next Radiohead and are equally as amazing, sadly, none of you will even consider listening to them because they are "Indie" or are on the Radio, those who do listen to them, well, I commend you.

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

My favorite out of every one of the "new rock" (yeah, right) bands is the Libertines, but even they piss me off at times... The music of Hives, Strokes, Interpole, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, though a lot better than the metal crap on this site, is still quite contrived and boring after three listens.


Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

one last point... interpol and the strokes and whoever can actually be pretty cool and good bands whatever as long as you're not too hung up about an image or scene. just get over yourself and download "stella was a driver and she was always down." don't think about it, just listen.

-el vaquero

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

A few things...

1. I think I'll always like John's songs with Propagandhi more than the Weakerthans, even though I absolutely love both groups. Nothing tops "Gifts" though, nothing.

2. As the starter of the Pitchfork shit storm on this thread... I must say that yes, they are out of their heads sometimes and like all review sites (cough: Buddyhead) you have to take them with a grain of salt. And hey, they gave an Amon Tobin record a 10, so give them a little credit.

3. Does anyone know where to find the solo sessions on mp3? I loved those, but I don't want to load up the webpage every time I get the itch to lose the band.

4. How is the album version of Past-Due different from the compilation version? Better? The same?

5. I miss the really slowed-down tracks like "None Of The Above" which is my all-time favorite song of the Weakerthan's. From what I've heard off of this album, it seems to be a big gravitation towards a central musical theme. Good thing we got two great and diverse album before we got the rock-solid one that this is.

Easily in the top 10 of this year (which is getting to be a harder and harder feat)

-el vaquero
amon tobin kicks all of your asses

gutterhippo (August 28, 2003)

oh and one more thing, the liner notes are fucking awesome! i love all the quotes they included!

gutterhippo (August 28, 2003)

i just got this album yesterday, so i haven't been able to listen to it enough, so pay no attention to the score. but, with that said, is it just me, or does the vocal melody of the first song on the CD sound a lot like "past due"? oh and btw, on first listen, i love the old version of "past due" (the one on the hopeless comp) a lot better than the new version, but maybe i'll grow to like it..

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

Wow! I just picked this up yesterday and cannot stop listening to it.

It's nice that Epitaph finally got a clue and signed a band that actually writes memorable songs.

Im looking forard to seeing these guys in Portland!

GreenVandal (August 28, 2003)

Im pretty sure most bands arent fashion bands. I dont know what the hell you listen to to think that way...but whatever. Arent you excited about the new strokes album? (HAHAHA)

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

Great CD, just like their previous releases. John K. Samson and co. Strike again.

~ Hayato

Anonymous (August 28, 2003)

Record of the year!!!

I love it! This release makes up for all the shity records Epitaph has released.


Samson is one of the most prolific songwriters going.

Imposs1ble (August 28, 2003)

If you don't like the Weakerthans, that's fine, but do I care? Not really, I'm sure within the next few days I'll realize all the negative comments were right on and I'll jump onto the next cd to be reviewed and rip into that too. Let's do an a/s/l check of the people who read this just so I can confirm I'm looking at the same site as a bunch of 12-year-old, pre-pubescent girls.

By the way, I think this is a great cd with the best track being "(Hospital Vespers)."

Kevin11 (August 27, 2003)

"Interpol is shit. No more fashion bands please."

Interpol rock, no more fashion bands? I think 99% of bands are fashion bands. You do like music, don't you?

GreenVandal (August 27, 2003)

Interpol is shit. No more fashion bands please.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

Just went out and picked this up today.

Gonna hafta say that overall, Left and Leaving is a more complete album... though this one has a few INCREDIBLE standout individual tracks. As a whole, it's still marvelous, but Left and Leaving is simply legendary.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

Boring 4/4 time folk-country-indie rock. They should tour with the Dixie Chicks.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

I can't stop listening to this record....Especially after about the third song and you realize you have all the songs stck in your head. Brillinat songwriting.

burstandbloom (August 27, 2003)

Fuck yes. 10.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

There seems to be some confusion about this album -- some people aren't sure if it's "for them." Well, let me make it simple for you: if you are moved by great lyrics alone, you'll like it. If you just want the music to be loud and fast, well Best Buy is overflowing with unsold Pennywise albums.

relay1112 (August 27, 2003)

You can't trust Pitchfork reviews in certain areas of music (The Weakerthans included), but they're accurate most of the time. They're a different breed, so of course they'll rate things differently than Punknews.

As for Interpol, yes, it was one of the best of 2002.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

No I never stopped to think that because I know that Interpol wasn't one of the best records of last year. I also don't think the strokes are better than the weakerthans. They did give the new Small Brown Bike a good review though, I'll give them that.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

"Pitchfork has the worst taste in music."

ever stop and think that YOU are the one with the shitty taste in music? inconceivable!

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

honestly, when i heard the original cbc recordings, i thought psalms was kinda boring, and the guitar's melody felt like it was missing something. i didn't hate the song, it just didn't feel right. the newer version made me realize how it all came together, but now feels like it's missing the more melancholy emotion of the acoustic. i'm not sure if i can say i like either one especially better now...


Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

Boring... Typical scott shite thats been done before and done 10 times better-oldpunker-

inagreendase (August 27, 2003)

ok i streamed it and musically this band is doing absolutely nothing for me, i'm sorry i don't hear it the same way many of you do. i have to wholeheartedly agree with the "music backing poetry" comment - the lyrics are great, i'll give them that, but even the way they're presented in the vocals...he just seems lifeless at a lot of times. like i know there's supposed to be a point maybe in the way he sings it or something (because i know that this band is entirely too subtle with its political messages than ever) but it just doesn't click on me.

each to his own i suppose

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

oh man, hungryjoe i completely agree. "psalm" was amazing solo, but dissapointing on the new record. the solo stuff reflected the lyrics better i feel. kindof like if springsteen's "nebraska" would've been reworked to full instrumentation it would've lost a lot. i would love to hear all of the songs solo and compare.


Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

I'm with you Evildead...

These guys just don't do anything for me...

I don't hate them, but, eh.


hungryjoe (August 27, 2003)

Am I the only one that liked "Psalm" before it got the whole band treatment? I loved the John K. solo performance on the CBC. The album version just seems.....forced (at least in comparison to the solo one).

It's floating around online in mp3 format, or as a Real file at justconcerts.com, which has a great archive of studio sessions and live shows, including a few by the Constantines and Royal City. Oh, and a 70-minute live show by Mogwai. Rock Action!

satanicsurferz (August 27, 2003)

To the guy below. Anchorless and Letter of resignation were both Propagandhi songs. I'd like to hear Gift in The Weakerthans way. By the way, another great album for them!

GreenVandal (August 27, 2003)

IM with the dude below me 100%. But im about to listen to that Virtue cat song, and we will see if it changes my opinion.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

I know I'm gonna take some shit for this comment, but I haven't heard a Weakerthan's song yet that has interested me at all. Maybe I just don't get it... I want to, believe me, I do, but it just doesn't do it for me.


tenderbransonx (August 27, 2003)

If I believed in god I would thank him for records such as this. This is the reason I listen to music. These tracks are reasons for me to get out of bed. I love any flaw they might have. I love that this makes me love something and or anything.

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)


Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

in the AP with dashboard on the front there is a quick interview with john k samson. he talks about how he was using victorian couplets for three of the songs. those would eb the ones in parenthesis. just thought i'd drop some knowledge

Anonymous (August 27, 2003)

I'd have to chime in and say I love the new record a lot, but the first two records are better. A few songs were a bit boring to me, but I really enjoyed the focus on the pop songs on this album.

inagreendase (August 27, 2003)

ditto on the mars volta review, agreeing-wise...i also happen to think it's one of the best reviews i've ever read. the citations are as obscure as...a metaphor i can't think of right now. but seriously yeah fucking amazing review for mars volta. and pitchfork also gave a 10.0 to trail of dead...i dont know about that. now i should stream this so i convince myself its better than i think.

dignin (August 26, 2003)

well, I think it got like a 5.5, but I think mars volta deserved at least a 7. I would have given it an 8 though

adam (August 26, 2003)

digin: Pitchfork posts a lot of shit but their Mars Volta review is one of the few I completely agree with.

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

Anchorless is a propaghandi song!!

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

what 2 propagandhi songs are on fallow..i just dont follow

dignin (August 26, 2003)

some of the ptchfork writers do have good taste in music. And also it seems that in some cases they try to put down bands that have a lot of hype, or they put down "emo" bands because emo is big now. Take cursive for example they got straight 8 ratings until The Ugly Organ(which got like a 6 or 7) But that is obviously their best release, but since emo is now big, they lowballed it. Also the mars volta deserved a much better score then it got.

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

Love this band, I'm really glad they didn't blow it and make a weak CD. Frankly I can't believe how good it is for being so simplistic at times. The horn adds a lot too.

Pitchfork has the worst taste in music. Didn't those dorks give the strokes record like a 9?

TahoeJeff (August 26, 2003)

listened to this all the way through last night..I love this album.

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

Going right now to get this, can't wait. Can this band do any wrong? Check em out live as well, there incredible.

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

i just have to disagree. The second half of this record, except prescience, past due, and one great city is frankly boring and formulaic. I can barely remember some of them. A new name for everything is utterly ambivalent. The lyrics seem like they're pretending intimacy, the song is so standard and unexpressive. This has some standout tracks, but I can't see this as ever being more than a 7 purely based on the second half of the record minus the very end where it picks back up a little.


Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

the weakerthans like winnipeg, the song is not in the first person.

This is a good record, but the worst of there output. Both 'fallow' and 'left and leaving' outshine this record easily.

This is the first record that I skip over alot of tracks, and for the first time thought too many of the songs just sounded like music backing poetry. Some of there trademark simplicity achieving wonders seems more like unfinished or undeveloped songs.

I really like "prescience of dawn", the title track, plea from a cat..., and the three song series that opens, closes, and interrupts the album. Its more than a strong EP of material, but for the weakerthans, even a couple or 3-4 so-so songs makes this my least favorite weakerthans album.

Buy this if you have the others, if not, get those first.


Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

I love this album...

but calling "The Reasons" a sarcastic love song doesn't seem right...I'm pretty sure it's a song for the fans. Actually, I'm almost positive, did you read the lyrics?

This album is great but "left and leaving" is better.

i-type-poorly (August 26, 2003)

i gave in. i bought the cd. i love it. i take back saying i didn't like this band.

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

question: is it just me or did anybody else receive a crooked cd booklet with this album? instead of being a regular straight down cd booklet, mines slants to the right. also some of the words have been cut out in the inside. oh well...

(i hate winnipeg, but love toronto)

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

i love how this band had marcel dzama do their cover because that man is an extremely cool artist. i also love how i have a big fat poster of the cover art for free.... ah... it's good.

-el vaquero
good cd too, and in true good cd fashion, pitchfork gave it a 5.6

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

john "shabadoo" samson is great. although i like "left and leaving" a little more, this record is great. my fav songs are "the reasons", "reconstruction site", and "psalm for the elks...". Weakerthans also revamped "past due" great from the latest hopeless records comp. with the new pornographers in my collection and now this, i beginning to have rock-folk music in the brain.

(can't wait to hear the new constantines album)

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

"One thing, though. Are those song titles REALLY in parentheses? If so, that'll really put a damper on this record. E to tha MO. Or should I say artsy fartsy?"

yes they are in parentheses. but there is a logical explanation that would make it only make sense for them to be in parentheses. the three songs that are titled in such fashion make up a seemingly three part song. although the lyrics of each song are quite irrelevent to those of the others, they all share the same very similar sound of melody and vocals. they are also placed at the very beginning, very end, and in the middle of the album to act as, not only a way to perfectly start and end a cd, but to unify the album as a whole by spreading a familiar tune evenly throughout. if you ask me it's quite brilliant. best cd of the year


Anonymous (August 26, 2003)

I'm buying!

REALPUNX4LIFE (August 26, 2003)

You dick. Before today, this record was barely on my radar screen. Now I'm afraid that you oversold it to me. MAKE UP YER DANG MINDS! Should I not care about this record at all or care about it too much? I'll just tell my roommate to buy it since he's in love with this band. I'll even drive him to the record store.

One thing, though. Are those song titles REALLY in parentheses? If so, that'll really put a damper on this record. E to tha MO. Or should I say artsy fartsy?

adam (August 26, 2003)

dignin: The dates are on the Constantines' website (http://www.constantines.ca). I'll post them later (I posted some of them earlier). It's mostly an American tour.


relay1112 (August 26, 2003)

Don't get me wrong; I, too, love the Weakerthans. But don't you think you got just a liiiiittle bit carried away? "Most innovative pop music made today?" Alt-country pop rock isn't incredibly innovative. Well executed? Certainly. But they didn't found the genre.

Overall I'd say it's another very good Weakerthans record, but I'd stop far short of saying it's incredibly innovative. Now back to listening to the Constantines and Weakerthans on repeat.

dignin (August 26, 2003)

I think blood bros. and cursive is a great package tour also. Any dates on this canadien tour you speak of?

Anonymous (August 26, 2003)


Weakerthans are great.


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