Latterman - Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing flac album
Title: Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing
MP3 album: 1703 mb
FLAC album: 1286 mb
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Sausage Party Ever Lyrics There's Never A Reason Not To Party Lyrics There's No Way "Punk Was Meant To Be Done" (You Clown Doctor) Lyrics Too Many Emo Days Lyrics. Artist Page: Latterman Lyrics. All lyrics are the property of their respective authors, artists and labels.
Latterman’s seminal record No Matter Where We G. .turns ten years old this week. The album didn’t redefine the wheel, or change the national scene in the way that the bands that came before them did. But for the East Coast punk community that took in Latterman’s influence, from their melodic sing along punk to the radical politics that lay underneath the record’s lyrical themes, to the gigantic tree of remarkable bands that blossomed once they called it quits in 2007, their second album defined a generation. So when Latterman released their debut, 2002’s Turn Up the Punk, We’ll Be Singing, the band wore the influence of their feminist politics on their sleeve.
Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing by Latterman, released 02 February 2006 1. My Dreams About Not Sleeping Until 3pm 2. He's A Good Sposato (I Love Ya Blue-Blue) 3. There's Never A Reason Not To Party 4. There's No Way "Punk Was Meant To Be" (You Clown Doctor) 5. Too Many Emo Days 6. Rebellion Vs. The Alarm Clock 7. King Tough Is My New Idol 8. 83% Off Your Self-Esteem 9. The Biggest Sausage Party Ever 10. For Someone So Easy Going, You Sure Wear Pants A Lo. Got it. + add. album.
We Are Still Alive Tracklist. 1. Water Manes At The Block's End Lyrics We Are Still Alive Q&A. More Latterman albums. Turn Up the Punk, We'll Be Singing.
Filled to the brim with gang choruses, sing along hooks, and melodic soloing, this album could very well be the sountrack to your next party. Long Island is a veritable breeding ground for hardcore and its variants. Bands like Glassjaw, Crime in Stereo, and This is Hell all have spawned from there. Probably Latterman’s best quality is the sheer enjoyment factor inherent in their music. The album is chalk full of catchy choruses, sing along chants, and plenty of hooks. Granted, this band is no Panic! At the Disco, as their sound is much less polished and refined. Latterman shows probably better than any other band out there that music can be catchy while not feeling cheap or forced.
Turn Up the Punk, We'll Be Singing. We're giving away two sets of high performance speakers. By neyoni 六月 19日 11:12.
Latterman - Turn Up The Punk, We’ll Be Singing, 2006, Clear, 1/400, Yo-Yo Records)
"Our Better Halves" is the last song written by Latterman before they broke up back in 2007. It was to be released on their following album, but the band had split before working further on any material. It was recorded at Phil's house in May 2007 on Long Island. On this recording Pat played drums, Matt played bass and sang, Phil played guitar and sang and "maybe" Crozier played, but they don't remember.
|A1||My Dreams Not About Sleeping Until 3pm|
|A2||He's A Good Sposato (I Love Ya Blue-Blue)|
|A3||There's Never A Reason Not To Party|
|A4||There's No Way "Punk Was Meant To Be Done" (You Clown Doctor)|
|A5||Too Many Emo Days|
|B1||Rebellion Vs. The Alarm Clock|
|B2||King Tough Is My New Idol|
|B3||83% Off Your Self-Esteem|
|B4||The Biggest Sausage Party Ever|
|B5||For Someone So Easy Going, You Sure Wear Pants A Lot|
- Bass, Vocals – Matt*
- Drums – Pat*
- Guitar – Mike*
- Guitar, Vocals – Phil*
Notes1st pressing: 500 black, 400 clear, 100 red (this)
|DER443||Latterman||Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (CD, Album)||Deep Elm Records||DER443||US||2006|
|yoyo 16||Latterman||Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (LP, Album, RE, Cle)||Yo-Yo Records||yoyo 16||Germany||2006|
|NO IDEA 286||Latterman||Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (LP, Album, RE, RM, Lig)||No Idea Records||NO IDEA 286||US||2011|
|NIR-286||Latterman||Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (LP, Album, RE, RM, TP, Pur)||No Idea Records||NIR-286||US||2011|
|No Idea 286||Latterman||Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (LP, Album, RE, RM, Gre)||No Idea Records||No Idea 286||US||2011|