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They Came from the Shadows

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Skate Or Die
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Don't Want To Go
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Bigger Than Kiss
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Do What?
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Not OK
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Forbidden Planet
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Call In Sick
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Fatso Goes Nutzoid
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Without You
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Tonguebiter
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Be With You
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The Jerk
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They Came From The Shadows
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Todayo
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 31:34

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wyoming is punk

lowteck

listen and join the tbr army they will rock your lame ass

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Don't Wait to Check This One Out

spencersutherland

While synthy New Wave has been back in style for a few years now, Teenage Bottlerocket are resurrecting another sound from the '80s -- bratty, adolescent, surf punk. It's so authentic that you'll want to put on your Morey Boogie shorts and Vision Street Wear T-shirt while you sing along , proclaiming, "It's time to skate or die!" Much like The Vandals or The Ramones, Teenage Bottlerocket's politics play second fiddle to their desire to get the party -- or at least the circle pit -- started. (Singer Kody Templeman does his best Joey Ramone impression when he sings "I wanna be, be, be with you." He sounds more like a young Dexter Holland the rest of the time.) Though the majority of the songs are bouncy sing-alongs, there are some nice variations with the heavier "Forbidden Planet" and the thrash punk "Fatso Goes Nutzoid" (clearly the best song title on the album). Thanks to the unrestrained exuberance, this is a fun listen from start to finish.

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You got something better?

dub4theworld

"Total" was great. "They Came From The Shadows" is also great. Not as great as "Total", but great just the same. These guys deserve all the appreciation and funding needed to keep them making albums. I can't name another more capable and deserving band.

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O.K. album but far from great

Laszlo

I have just seen them at the Kathedral in Toronto and it was a perfect show. It is a great band but the key to the band's sound is the voice and music of Kody Templeman, one of the best pop-punk singers around. Their best albums are "Total" and "Warning Device" do not bother with "Another Way" since at that time Kody was not yet on board.

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They did it again

enochr

Another great record, it's gonna be stuck in my CD player for months. My favorites are "Skate or Die", "Be with you" and the title track which is very Lillington-esque. "Fatso goes nutzoid" is very different for the band, sounded like Cyco Miko (Muir) of Suicidal. This album is definitely worth it, I ordered the vinyl too!

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Good, but not their best

crimedogg

Its a good album. Just not their best. Total is their best by far. This album just isn't filled with those songs that stick in your head for days like Total has.