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Celebration Rock

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A modern classic by the cathartic punk duo. Clocking in at 35 minutes and bookended by the sound of fireworks, Celebration Rock sounds like Born to Run–era Springsteen played by two guys secretly worried it might be their last night on Earth. From the anthemic blast of “The Nights of Wine and Roses” to the bittersweet expanse of “Continuous Thunder,” they barely let up, pumping their fists with lumps in their throats.

Customer Reviews

Give me younger us!

In retrospect, I think my 20 year old self would apprciate that my 33 year old self gets nostalgic for this. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to wrangle a toddler who won't stay in bed.

sidebar: thems some kickass song titles! Anyone of those could be a passable tattoo without any Japandroids context.

Perfect name!

Celebrating rock!!!! And life!!!!!

célébrons le rock !

très bon album !


Formed: 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Japandroids are an indie garage rock duo from Vancouver comprised of Brian King (guitar) and David Prowse (drums), who share singing duties. Founded in 2006, the band self-released a pair of five-track EPs, All Lies (2007) and Lullaby Death Jams (2008), before making its full-length album debut with Post-Nothing (2009) on the Canadian label Unfamiliar Records. Though Japandroids were more or less unknown at the time of their album debut, Post-Nothing got a big boost from the tastemaking website Pitchfork,...
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