Time to Win, Vol. II (Deluxe Edition)
Down With Webster
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Incredible Follow Up to Time To Win Vol. 1
Down with Webster's second major label release is nothing short of incredible. From the intro hook on "Go Time" to the bass heavy "White Flag" this album takes the energy from "Time To Win Vol. 1" and cranks it up to ten. Boi-1da proves to be an excellent collaborator creating dance/punk/pop gold. Personally I love hearing classic tracks like "Grind" and "Big Wheels" re-imagined for this album in a wonderful way. My one complaint lies in the fact that some tracks are needlessly censored. Being a long time DWW fan this is disheartening, especially considering that there seems to be no continuity in the censoring of songs. Where "I Want It All" is censored throughout, the following track "White Flags" is completely uncensored. Given that this is my only complaint, this is a near perfect album. It is going to be very hard for the gentleman of Down With Webster to top this in the future. Considering their humble beginnings these guys have really come a long way and given the amount of single-worthy tracks we will no doubt see this record become the party album to see us through 2012.
Price Tag is too low!!
For me, by FAR one of the best albums of the year...... without a doubt.
The Bonus edition is only $12??? For the quality of the music that is WAY too CHEAP.
Anyone who gives the album less then 4* is a bored hater
I remember in 08 having to sneak into a bar to see you guys perform- you only played 19+ and there was maybe 40 people there. I was 16 at the time and "miracle mile" "odies" "weekends" and "let me in" were the songs on hype. You guys were so raw back then, not to mention about 40$ cheaper for tickets... either way its sad to see that alot of the feel is gone from the music now- but hey, your probably just changing up the style and im just stuck in the time where you guys were only heard live and spread through mixtapes. Every show i went to i'd just remember the craziness of the crowd and it was always so amazing. You guys shaped how I view music today, and if I hadnt found one of your band stickers at the salty dog 4 years ago, I probably would have never been indroduced to alternative music.
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s