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Two Things At Once

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Myage
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I Wanna Be A Bear
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I'm Not A Loser
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Parents
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Tony Age
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M-16
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I'm Not A Punk
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Catalina
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Suburban Home
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Statue Of Liberty
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Kabuki Girl
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Marriage
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Hope
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Bikeage
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Jean Is Dead
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My Dad Sucks
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Mr. Bass
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I Like Food
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Hey Hey
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Weinerschnitzel
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Global Probing
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Ride The Wild
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It's A Hectic World
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 32:14

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You Can't ask for more

Rogerepd

The 2 best Descendents album all in one. This is one of the few albums that I can listen to on repeat and still feel the same energy I felt when I first heard these songs.

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Really the only one you need.

Jsuspect

Such energy. Great SST production. H.C. Punk classic. See also the "All" album, and the 1997 release "Everything sucks"

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More than that

trilmachio1

It's unfortunate that emusic does not have 'Liveage', which is the best Descendents album. 'Two Things At Once' is the next best thing however. There are 23 songs but every one of them fit on the cassette tape that I played and played and played as a teenager. Yes, some of the throwaway goofiness has aged. Listen to 'Hope' though, and you'll hear what a great band this was.

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Founding Fathers

MadDogM13

These guys invented emo if anyone did, and it's a whole lot fresher coming from actual teenagers. I could do without the gay baiting, and the pre-Milo songs from "Bonus Fat" aren't much, but these kids had a ton of heart to go with their velocity and rage, and this is the Descendents album to own if you're only going to own one.

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They Say All Music Guide

Just like the title says, this album complies Milo Goes to College and the Bonus Fat EP, both of which are great releases, conveniently packaged on one record. All that mischievous teenage skaters could appreciate is here, classics like “Myage,” “I’m Not a Loser,” “Bikeage,” and “Hope.” But for all those who already own their “best of” (Somery, which features the previously mentioned songs), other less-known hits such as “Marriage,” “I’m Not a Punk,” and “Catalina” are exclusive to this release. – Mike DaRonco