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Album Review

With a lot more energy and "oomph!" to go along with their East Coast angst, the Bouncing Souls return with their second album, Maniacal Laughter. The songs are a lot faster, and the occasional down-on-their-luck attitude still lingers, but at the same time they celebrate the joys of going on tour, friendship, and constantly reminiscing about the old days. With that lyrical content alone in mind, the Souls have the ability to bring everyone together in one room regardless of their differences or musical tastes. And with their soundtrack to go along with these words, dancing and chanting along to even their Johnny Cash cover of "Born to Lose" is inevitable.


Formed: 1987 in New Brunswick, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Bouncing Souls started out in 1987 with the intention of playing loud fast three-chord party music around their native New Jersey; besides, it gave them something to do while they were in high school. Upon graduation and after years of struggling to find a label to release their records, friends Greg Attonito (vocals), Pete Steinkopf (guitar), Bryan Kienlen (bass), and Shal Khichi (drums) got some money together and -- in true D.I.Y. fashion -- formed Chunksaah Records in 1993. Upon the formation...
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