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Lagwagon: TrashedTrashed (1994)
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Contributed by: DrNoDrNo
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Let's talk about "Trashed", if you weren't fortunate enough to pickup on "Duh", you should've most definitly picked up on "Trashed". Lagwagon came out and polished themselves up just a tad bit and still kept the raw sound which was there trademark. The guitar riffs are cleaner and a bit harder.
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Let's talk about "Trashed", if you weren't fortunate enough to pickup on "Duh", you should've most definitly picked up on "Trashed".

Lagwagon came out and polished themselves up just a tad bit and still kept the raw sound which was there trademark. The guitar riffs are cleaner and a bit harder (they had to be to keep up with Derrick Plourde and his magical drumset.) Joey Cape is poetic and proves himself and as a talented songwriter, while Lagwagon proved themselves to be one of the big guns in Fat Mike's closet.

"Stokin the Neighbors", "Rust", "Lazy", "Dischords", "No one", "Bye for now"...i'm not going to list the entire tracklist for those who don't have enough common sense to own this landmark cd.

Forget this ten nonsense...I give this cd a 15. "Trashed" is what punk is supposed to sound like... end of story.

 

 
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majorthreat (October 29, 2011)

Why are there so many bad review on this site?

TheWise (December 26, 2006)

Terrific album, terrible reiew.

liveinadive55 (October 10, 2005)

i'd give this record a 17 if i could. so awesome. joey cape is always in tune and writes great lyrics. top 10 albums of all time, no question. (fall out boy sucks the big one, goes without saying but i just had to)

bloofy (November 11, 2004)

I fuckin love it!
Joey Cape is such a mature song writer. I

Anonymous (February 22, 2003)

A classic! All their albums are great. I can't choose a fav, but it would be between this and lets talk about feelings.

Anonymous (November 18, 2002)

I love Lagwagon and this is by far there best album!

silentbob (February 15, 2002)

best lagwagon cd...

Anonymous (February 14, 2002)

Best lagwagon album, the best dont listen to any1 else, there new fuckign album holy shit, cant wait

Riot48 (June 29, 2001)

yeah, great album, I but I still think Double Plaidnum and Lets talk about Feelings are their best. They are just older, better musicians, and just made better songs. But then again, who can argue with lyrics like "look at my cat; why cant I be like that?"

punky (June 28, 2001)

yep great album, but still i think Duh is their best stuff yet...

coldjuly (June 28, 2001)

Yeah!!!! THE lagwagon album to own right here...there all good but but this one just stands out. Order it from FAT...$12 cant beat that unless you find it used.

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