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While, like past years, the vast majority of this year's Warped Tour compilation relies on tracks widely available on label/band website, purevolume and Myspace pages alike, the range and diversity of the bands stays intact as well. You've got your standard share of singles from the bigger names.
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While, like past years, the vast majority of this year's Warped Tour compilation relies on tracks widely available on label/band website, purevolume and Myspace pages alike, the range and diversity of the bands stays intact as well.

You've got your standard share of singles from the bigger names in the circuit, that being Fall Out Boy's "Saturday," "Checkmarks" from the Academy Is..., Rufio's "Out Of Control," Hawthorne Heights' "Ohio Is For Lovers," "Sydney" from Halifax, Armor For Sleep's "Car Underwater," Silverstein's "Smashed Into Pieces," etc. al. Offered up as well, however, are new tracks from Boys Night Out, A Wilhelm Scream, and Dropkick Murphys, amongst a few others.

Oh, since you're bound to ask anyway, here's your answer in advance:

Like He-man going through a Chinese phone book. After a bout of heightened fertilization in the country. As a new sexual enhancement product has just hit shelves.

The question you're asking? That'd be "how much does that new Wilhelm Scream track rip?" The sub-two minute blast of melodic punk is the highlight of the compilation, with the band's superb vocal harmonies, breakneck pace and splendiferous solo in the bridge all acting to make "Me Vs. Morrissey In The Pretentious Contest (The Ladder Match)" the standout by far.

There are some both pretty genius and entertaining acts of sequencing scattered around the disc as well. Maybe it's just because I like the former's track exponentially better, but Hot Water Music's "Poison" follows up the short fade of FOB's "Saturday" perfectly. Atreyu's metal riffs, however, surging through the speakers immediately after Street Dogs' friendly street anthem "You Alone?" Hilarious. The delicately anthemic "Composing" from Boys Night Out's precedes the heavily Jimmy Eat World-inspired "Take Me Away" from Plain White T's nicely. The Matches' "Dog-Eared Page" follows Strung Out's "Analog" surprisingly well. The 1-2-3 of Underoath, Hopesfall and From First To Last on Disc 1 makes sense. And, you know, "Ohio Is For Lovers" following Strike Anywhere's "To The World" is a bit ironic considering my public opinions of both bands are basically polar opposites.

The black sheep award of the two-disc set belongs to the post-Ellis Island romp of Gogol Bordello's mid-tempo gypsy punk in "Start Wearing Purple." It's a bizzarre, world-influenced track that, per the band's usual sound, leans more heavily to the band's (mostly) Ukranian heritage than American punk or hardcore. However, the definitively Bob Marley-influenced grooves of Bedouin Soundclash's "Gyasi Went Home" is a close second.

All in all, the 2005 Warped Tour compilation leaves its format as is, serving up another 50 tracks of music at a pretty reasonable price. Depending upon your tastes / buying habits / etc., it may be worth a look at at least.

 


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sk8rchic (February 1, 2006)

love this cd cause it led me to buying a whole bunch of cds just by listening to this cd a couple times a bought about five cds and the numbers just keep piling up.anyone who is a first time listener to punk and just starting to like thier music you should get this cd and listen to all the good bands that are on this cd.or any of the warped tour cds. heck they got me into fall out boy until everyong started to like them.

Anonymous (January 24, 2006)

warped needs more emo

Anonymous (January 11, 2006)

Yall guys or losers, its like you have nothing else to do but to argue over a cd.. yall need to grow up and get out of your moms houce.

sally_skelington (January 7, 2006)

I was depressed when I got done listening to this compilation. I was depressed that I wasted my gas getting to the freaking mall, depressed that I wasted my time rummaging through crappy records in Best Buy to find it, and depressed that I spent all my pocket change to buy this $8 coaster.

Here's the summary:
Dropkick Murphys = awesome
Offspring = awesome
MXPX = awesome
Pennywise = awesome
Left Alone = awesome
Go Betty Go = awesome
Tsunami Bomb = awesome
The Unseen = awesome
Big D & The Kids Table = awesome
No Use For A Name = awesome
Flogging Molly = awesome
Gogol Bordello = awkward
everything else = a complete waste of my $8 (I'm still grieving)

It's disappointing when you hear the Transplants, Anti-Flag, and Avenged Sevenfold are going to play Warped, and they don't even make the freakin' compilation. Maybe next year...

----snoochieboochies----

"remember brian deneke, a true punk soldier"

sally_skelington (January 7, 2006)

I was depressed when I got done listening to this compilation. I was depressed that I wasted my gas getting to the freaking mall, depressed that I wasted my time rummaging through crappy records in Best Buy to find it, and depressed that I spent all my pocket change to buy this $8 coaster.

Here's the summary:
Dropkick Murphys = awesome
Offspring = awesome
MXPX = awesome
Pennywise = awesome
Left Alone = awesome
Go Betty Go = awesome
Tsunami Bomb = awesome
The Unseen = awesome
Big D & The Kids Table = awesome
No Use For A Name = awesome
Flogging Molly = awesome
Gogol Bordello = awkward
everything else = a complete waste of my $8 (I'm still grieving)

It's disappointing when you hear the Transplants, Anti-Flag, and Avenged Sevenfold are going to play Warped, and they don't even make the freakin' compilation. Maybe next year...

----snoochieboochies----

"remember brian deneke, a true punk soldier"

crazytoledo (June 24, 2005)

Hawhtorne Heights.

The band that's gettign a different named pushed at us as the old HH and ironically they changed their name to a California area though they from the nearby Dayton, Ohio area.

HH can die and there the band I hate the most. I just get pissed seeing those Ohio Are For Lovers shirts, wtf? That makes no sense. You can't use your state in al lyric like that for no reason. Also, the "Im gonna cut my wrists and blacken my eyes" cliche in emo is funny, but they actually use the generic cliche lyrics straight in their songs, its funny.

HH Suck worse than my Finch Review or any other band ever. I'd rather watch MTV then listen to them.

I always skip that song though, solves problem.

chokingvictim (June 23, 2005)

is there any SKA on this comp?

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No. The only ska band on here is Big D and the Kids Table. There may be another one, but that's all that I remember.

chokingvictim (June 23, 2005)

Actually 2004 and 2005 were the best comps and 2002-03 blew monkey chunks and 2001 was ok but only 26 songs...

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I suppose. I probably like the older ones better because they introduced me to more bands....the later comps I've been familiar with most of the bands, so it wasn't as good. But this has Hawthorne Heights on it, so no matter what the standing before was, it gets pushed to the bottom of the warped tour comps list.

Anonymous (June 23, 2005)

is there any SKA on this comp?

Anonymous (June 23, 2005)

"like he-man going through a chinese phone book "

what the fuck.
-TOBB

xwileyx (June 22, 2005)

Just saw the Plan it X fest and I bet its going to kick the shit out of warp if i go

Anonymous (June 21, 2005)

We all know 2002 was the best by far and on a persoanl level introduced me to a lot of punk/emo/screamo/finding nemo/make me sceno bands.

crazytoledo (June 21, 2005)

These compilations get worse every year.

Actually 2004 and 2005 were the best comps and 2002-03 blew monkey chunks and 2001 was ok but only 26 songs...

ChokingVictim (June 21, 2005)

These compilations get worse every year. The A Wilhelm Scream song was awesome, as expected. I was also quite presently suprised by the Phenomenauts song...but other than that, this comp wasnt very good.

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

that new wilhelm scream cd is not that good. just letting yall know ahead of time. not bad, but nowhere near mute print

But hopefully a lot better than Benefits of Thinking Out Loud...

-Chinatown

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

holy spaces, sorry about that

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

all this talk of labeling bands leads me to a random question. if you were to label Against Me! where would you put them? punk/emo/nuemo/screamo/ska/metal/numetal/postpunk/postska/??????? ?

davebrave4 (June 20, 2005)

Did you freaking read my comment, or just the bands? That's what I said. some kids call those bands hardcore, some limit it to bands like bane and stuff. weather or not atreyu is hardcore is not the point; all I'm saying is that some kids label them as hardcore. Think before you post, dude.

punkcorekid (June 20, 2005)

fuck...the correct/incorrect part of my comment below came out wrong...but you know what i was trying to say, fuck off.

punkcorekid (June 20, 2005)

to the guy below....you're a moron.

correct...bane and sick of it all are hardcore.

incorrect....atreyu, the bled, avenged sevenfold are not hardcore.

just because those bands are called hardcore by kids who don't know what hardcore is, doesn't mean we should accept them as hardcore.

davebrave4 (June 20, 2005)

Okay. I'm the guy everybody got mad at for naming hardcore bands. There are many types of harcore music. The are bands like Sick of it All and Bane. Then there are bands like Avenged Sevenfold. Then there are bands like the Bled and Atreyu. i'm not saying all these bands are good; just that they are considered hardcore.
Speaking of the Bled, I saw them at warped. I don't care what you guys say; their show was freakin' sweet. I touched the singer's crazy hair. It made me giggle.

8dollarclarinetsolo (June 20, 2005)

that new wilhelm scream cd is not that good. just letting yall know ahead of time. not bad, but nowhere near mute print

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

Is it cool to like Pennywise again? I guess it just took several years of emo junk and bad pop-punk to make people appreciate them again.

EMOHOLOCAUST (June 20, 2005)

i brought the cd on the first day it came out and havent opened it.shit why do they reuse the same bands' songs over and over on a diffferent compliation.well i guess im giving to a freind

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

Do people just not know what hardcore is or something? I mean.... Atreyu and Avenged Sevenfold....not hardcore.

-Karasu

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

dude, it's already started to happen, check out the latest a wilhelm scream news post here

jamespastepunk (June 20, 2005)

Let's get back to talking about how A Wilhelm Scream is reinventing fast, aggressive punk rock and how they are quickly taking the torch away from Rise Against as the scene's most loved melodic hardcore band.

Mark my words, as soon as A Wilhelm Scream gets relatively 'big" every single one of you kids liking them right now will be saying they weren't that good and you never liked them anyway.

Anonymous (June 20, 2005)

pussyfoot is the new greenvandal. get a life dumbass.

rkl (June 19, 2005)

Various - Warped Tour 2005 Compilation
Posted by Anonymous on 2005-06-19 07:46:39

this "no score" is for the jackass who couldn't find one band on this entire comp worth thinking is decent, and still thinks he has any reason to be reading/posting on a site dedicated to punk rock. Maybe they're not all great punk bands, but i think it's time you head over to buddyhead and join the rest of your pretentious elitist pals.
e·lit·ism or é·lit·ism
n.

1. The belief that certain persons or members of certain classes or groups deserve favored treatment by virtue of their perceived superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources.
2.
1. The sense of entitlement enjoyed by such a group or class.
2. Control, rule, or domination by such a group or class.

whos being an elitist? i simply expressed my opinion. i never told you to leave the site that ive been posting on for 4 years, or declared that you have "no reason to be posting on a site dedicated to punk rock."

maybe you should look up words before you use them, kiddo. i reccommend dictionary.com

Anonymous (June 19, 2005)

"this "no score" is for the jackass who couldn't find one band on this entire comp worth thinking is decent, and still thinks he has any reason to be reading/posting on a site dedicated to punk rock. Maybe they're not all great punk bands, but i think it's time you head over to buddyhead and join the rest of your pretentious elitist pals."

buddyhead turned a new leaf...or however that saying goes...anyway, theyre gonna have to go to pitchfork now...

- pussyfoot

Anonymous (June 19, 2005)

"Having GM and Kraft Dinner support your tour is about as "punk" as Ozzfest."

GM makes touring vans and Kraft makes Mac and Cheese. That's as punk-rock as you can get.

Anonymous (June 19, 2005)

this "no score" is for the jackass who couldn't find one band on this entire comp worth thinking is decent, and still thinks he has any reason to be reading/posting on a site dedicated to punk rock. Maybe they're not all great punk bands, but i think it's time you head over to buddyhead and join the rest of your pretentious elitist pals.

Anonymous (June 19, 2005)

Let's get back to talking about how A Wilhelm Scream is reinventing fast, aggressive punk rock and how they are quickly taking the torch away from Rise Against as the scene's most loved melodic hardcore band.

Wait until you hear such tracks as "The King Is Dead" and "Killing It." you'll need a new pair of underwear.

Anonymous (June 19, 2005)

"yellow hankerchief in the back pocket means that you love golden showers and sodomy."

Really? Wow, from now on I'm only hitting on girls with yellow hankercheifs in their back pockets. It'll save me from wasting so much time, thanks!

dazed (June 19, 2005)

Score's for the new Pennywise song, I downloaded it and it's a "typical Pennywise song", but one of high caliber. If they can make a whole album of songs with that quality it will be better than anything since Full Circle. I'm not going to bother hearing the rest of this comp or going to Warped though, too much shit I have no tolerance for.

inagreendase (June 18, 2005)

is the black sheep comment good or bad ?

Neither, really. I just stated it as in "they sound nothing like the other bands on the compilation," which should be pretty obvious.

swingline (June 18, 2005)

yellow hankerchief in the back pocket means that you love golden showers and sodomy. i wonder if any of those hip young men know that.

Kenjamin (June 18, 2005)

yea i always wonder where these scene-ish looking people with their jet black moptops, tight pants and shirts, and multiple studded belts come from. Most of my friends you certaintly couldn't tell we like punk and hardcore from looking at the way we dress.

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

Just mention the phrase "Warped Tour" and all the idiots show their true colors. I cant believe you guys are actually arguing over what hardcore is....

-!GreenVandal!

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

Zao is fucking terrible. Someone lent me one of their cds telling me that I would really like this band....yeah, it got broken in half. Look, its simple:

"Haulin' ass blast-beat hardcore punk. Nothing else is delivered with such hostility. I say hats off to hardcore punk becuase it helps separate me from society. Few in numbers and always will be. Let the mainstream kids waste their money on bobby bands [atreyu, avenged sevenfold] who could give a fucking shit...if you even goddamn exist."
-The Neighbors "Hats off to Hardcore"

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

Things you'll see at the warped tour:
1. The hot topic army (the general audience)
2. $4.00 bottled water.
3. Jeans and t-shirts so tight it's nauseating. (t-shirts must have off centered pink design preferably over the shoulder)
4. Handgun belt buckles.
5. 3 good bands.
6. 30 really bad bands.
7. Mop hair
8. Bandanas in the back pocket
9. The pickin up change dance.
10. Limited parking...(for the parents)
11. 14-16 year old groupies
12. Kevin Lyman counting stacks and stacks of hard cash.

Fuck.

------Travis

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

I heard that at last year's Warped Tour there was a stand where you could get a picture of yourself in a DODGE NEON! First off, who the fuck actually wants a picture of themselves in car like that? Not to mention the fact that having company like that sponsor your tour destroys any shred of credibility that it may have once had. Having GM and Kraft Dinner support your tour is about as "punk" as Ozzfest . Maybe that's why this year's line-up is so shitty (With a few exceptions).

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

in lieu of giving you all a 500-word rant on what modern hardcore is I'll simply tell you this:
Dropdead. Drop. fucking. dead. If have never heard of this band, you are firmly excluded in all arguments about hardcore music.

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

I went to the warped tour in it's first two years when it was all punk/ska bands...then, from warped 3 on, it began to roll ever downward until it formed the huge clusterfuck of musical shit it is today. Fuck you Kevin Lyman, fuck the warped tour...fuck all of you.

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

Anyone else remember when hardcore was just punk rock played really fast?

punkcorekid (June 18, 2005)

You kids that keeping asking what hardcore is and if this band is considered hardcore are retarded. Seriously.

Whoever said From First To Last is hardcore....please, educate yourself.

Some modern hardcore bands:::
Champion, Kids Like Us, Down To Nothing, Instilled, Verse

Check them out. That's hardcore.

Jesse (June 18, 2005)

J.U.F. is one thousand times better than anything Gogol Bordello has ever done. They're just way too much of a gimmick band to have any sort of artistic credential with me.

"Ooooh wow! An accordian!"

It's the same shit that made Flogging Molly popular. Boo-urns.

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

by the way
Atreyu? Avenged Sevenfold? The Bled? From First to Last? Strike Anywhere? What are you talking about?

atreyu is not hardcore
the bled is not hardcore
from first to last is another shitty ripoff band
and strike anywhere is a punk band

this is real simple kids, get used to it

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

hawthorne heights is another saves the day ripoff band, in fact it seems that EVERY band now is ripping off early std and simply screaming to make their songs "original"

Anonymous (June 18, 2005)

jesus christ you fucking idiots. hawthorne heights is not screamo. hot cross, transistor transitor, etc. is. hawthorne heights et all is just shitty pop punk.

Crookedsuperhero (June 18, 2005)

Hahahahahahahaha.

davebrave4 (June 18, 2005)

"There are no hardcore band on tour this year"
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Atreyu? Avenged Sevenfold? The Bled? From First to Last? Strike Anywhere? What are you talking about?

etwiels88 (June 17, 2005)

Hawthorne Heights is the worst thing to happen the world since AIDS.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

start doing heroin. All of you.

dianaxGONExwrong (June 17, 2005)

omg i can't wait to get this cd. ohio is for lovers is my favorite song right now! i can't stop listening to it it's soooo amazing!

rkl (June 17, 2005)

Posted by punkcorekid on 2005-06-17 12:44:35
It's gona be all hardcore bands.
There are no hardcore bands on Warped. I'm sure you're referring to Walls of Jericho, The Bled, blah blah blah. Not hardcore.

Uhh what would you consider them then?

screamo, or god forbid, metal.
but certainly not hardcore.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

is the black sheep comment good or bad ? I like both of those bands..

TheOneTrueBill (June 17, 2005)

Hey man, last year's Warped was pretty fucking sweet. Check out my review.

http://www.punknews.org/reviews.php?op=albumreview&id= 3147

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

if you go to the warped tour, you should be ashamed.

etwiels88 (June 17, 2005)

Posted by punkcorekid on 2005-06-17 12:44:35
It's gona be all hardcore bands.
There are no hardcore bands on Warped. I'm sure you're referring to Walls of Jericho, The Bled, blah blah blah. Not hardcore.

Uhh what would you consider them then?

And yeah, Zao is considered one of the acts that helped shape Christian Hardcore. I love those motherfuckers.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

*right* or wrong. me stupid.

paul

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

isn't Zao considered hardcore? i personally think hardcore sucks ass, so i don't really know but am I write or wrong w/ that?

paul

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

God, I can't wait for that Pennywise album.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

Nice review, but to the "iits gonna be all hardcore bands" douche. Hahaha, I don't see one hardcore band on here. And to lump No Use For A Name in with All-American Rejects truly shows you're incompetence. Yes, there is an infestation of crappy, crappy screamo bands. But not one hardcore band on here. And the west coast is lucky to have Gogol Bordello on the tour. They are insane.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

this is your best review in recent memory, good job brian. perfectly stated. and the wilhelm joke was hilarious. well done

paul

ps. this comp seems to lack overall compared to the older ones...i don't know...too many new bands it seems...or maybe i just long for the days of warped tour comp 98...featuring hepcat...decendents...all...bad religeon...bosstones...god punk used to be better.

this is still pretty good though

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

score is for Go Betty Go, Pennywise and Gogol Bordello (its weird but IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiike it)

punkcorekid (June 17, 2005)

It's gona be all hardcore bands.

There are no hardcore bands on Warped. I'm sure you're referring to Walls of Jericho, The Bled, blah blah blah. Not hardcore.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

why would you review this!? stupid

davebrave4 (June 17, 2005)

"Start Wearing Purple" is hilarious. Why didn't they put a Transplants track on there? They're on the tour.

The tour's gonna be hilarious this year. It's gona be all hardcore bands. Bands like All-American Rejects and NOFAN are gonna feel so out of place.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

The Pennywise song is fucking great. It beats every song on their last cd, hands down. It beats most of their past 3 cd's in terms of fast skate punk. I mean, it sounds like it could have been off About TIme, easily, the song is fucking great.

Other then that, other highlights:
Bedouin Soundclash - Gysai Went Home
Amber Pacific - Gone So Young
Left Alone - By My Side

BrandonSideleau (June 17, 2005)

WWWWEEEEAAAAKKKKKKKK!!!!!!! Warped tour blows

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

Is it me, or is that dreadful Hawthorne Heights song just about popping up everywhere? Every goddamn compilation and I even came across it trying to download the new Winamp. That's just crazy.... but also wrong

rkl (June 17, 2005)

not really. there is life after epitaph.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

How many more discs can those 2 Hawthorne and Silverstein tracks appear on?! Jesus christ. Give it a rest already.

Ignitedude (June 17, 2005)

Score is for

Pennywise - Yell Out (The new album is gonna rip)

A Wilhelm Scream (Amazing track)

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

Stop reviewing glorified Hawthorne Heights CDs and get somebody to review the new sweet Aquabats cd.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

wow, i dont like any of these bands. where's my metamucil?
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Sucks for you now doesn't it.?

rkl (June 17, 2005)

wow, i dont like any of these bands. where's my metamucil?

psychoos231 (June 17, 2005)

The two best and most talented bands on the comp are Gogol Bordello and Bedouin Soundclash. Score is for them.

------

Amen to that brother

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

Seriously, the AWS song rips live and on recording.

Ramo
(Haven't owned a Warped Tour comp since 2001)

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

The two best and most talented bands on the comp are Gogol Bordello and Bedouin Soundclash. Score is for them.

TheOneTrueBill (June 17, 2005)

The Pennywise song on it fucking kills. Outside of that, I didn't really find anything worth listening to that I didn't already have.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

Reverse Daycare - IMPROVED FOR '05!!!

"A tented, air-conditioned area where kids can drop off their parents while they cruise the action of the festival. There will be a masseuse on hand to take care of the parents and movies will be shown in the tent, which will be equipped with "noise proofed" headphones. Parents will be able to get away from the heat and noise, enjoy cold drinks and discuss the triumphs of parenthood as their kids rock out to the music and activities."

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

I had the pleasure of listening to the whole Wilhelm Scream cd with Chris when they came through Detroit with the Larry Arms...and I have to say it is 1000 times better than mute print(which is amazing by itself). The new cd is going to be the best cd of the year hands down.

blaubs21 (June 17, 2005)

score is for the new Wilhelm Scream song. it is THAT fucking good.

the past three years i plunked down the $5 for this, cause it usually piqued my interest. after seeing the tracklisting for this year, i decided $5 was not worth a new AWS song...the only real song i wanted to hear off this bad boy.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

NUFAN could've at least put a song other than "For Fiona" on this one. I mean, it's their single, and they used it for the e-card, and it's going to be on the next Floyd comp...

-Chinatown

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

nevermind...those goddammned "periods" threw me off...ignore my question

- pussyfoot

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

chinese phone book?

i'm not familiar with that expression./..would that be harder or easier for he-man to rip through?

and, is it...harder or easier than him ripping through a Chinese pussy after downing that boner drug you mention?

- pussyfoot

- score is for e pussy

- i dont change typos, its not how i roll...so, score is for epussy..the online kind

jamespastepunk (June 17, 2005)

I heard from Over It that the new A Wilhelm Scream CD is better than the first, more palm muting, more metal...everything better, so I'm excited about it.

Anonymous (June 17, 2005)

I think having MxPx as the very first song is a great marketing strategy considering they just signed to SideOneDummy(same label as this comp). I like the song too.

My favorite songs:

MxPx-Darkest Places
Hot Water Music-Poison
Rufio-Out of Control
Amber Pacific-Gone So Young
NUFAN-For Fiona
A Wilhelm Scream-Me vs Morrissey.....

Disc Two:

Pennywise-Yell Out(sounds like their new cd is gonna be great)
Millencolin-Ray
Gatsby's American Dream-Theatre
Go Betty Go-Saturday
Strung Out-Analog
The Matches-Dog-eared page
Tsunami Bomb-Being Alright

etwiels88 (June 17, 2005)

I don't understand why they used most of the bands singles for this compilation, considering most of them aren't very good. Or why they used to same From First To Last song two years in a row.

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