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Customer Reviews

shuld be much more acclaimed

I first heard LBC on the radio with Fred Astaire like eight yrs ago. I then saw the video for "Hey Driver," about four years later and instantly thought it was catchy as hell. I bought this cd and instantly fell in love with it. I saw them in Peoria about a month later and my friend gave me the Throwing the Game Cd, which I thought was the most versatile Cd I ever listened to. Anyway, Iv'e now seen them in concert about seven times, have all their music on my ipod, and I don't ever get tired of them. Broken, Closer to Our Graves, and Ordinary are all amazing songs. The best song ever is Medicine and Gasoline. This song is so catchy and gets me so pumped. Buy or Die

LBC At It's Best

I was first introduced to LBC when a friend of mine dragged me to one of their shows. While the show was ok, it peaked my interest, and I picked up this album. I immediately fell in love with it. The riffs have polish, the drums are tight, and the lyrics, while certainly not great, have a certain impact. Also, LBC's willingness to experiment with reggae and hip-hop beats adds a diversity to the album not often found in other artist's work. Some of my favorite tracks include Mr. Wilmington, Beware, Atari, Sunday Afternoon, and Medicine and Gasoline. They all have catchy lyrics, great riffs, and high energy (with the possible exception of Mr. Wilmington). Overall, LBC's best album. Not great, but lots of fun.

LBC rock!

This album is insane! Every song is good if not amazing. They have a new album out, The Red Tape Outakes, but it is not nearly as good as this album. It really does lack compared to Commitment, which would explain why iTunes has not put it on yet.


Formed: 1997 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Long regarded as a haven for electric blues, power pop, and even metal, Chicago served as surprisingly fertile soil for the speedy growth of Lucky Boys Confusion. The five-piece ska-punk outfit -- Kaustubh Pandav (vocals), Adam Krier (co-vocalist, guitar), Ryan Fergus (drums), Jason Shultejann (bass), and Joe Sell (guitar) -- formed in 1997 when Pandav and Krier began writing songs together. The pair drew from punk, rap, and reggae to create an infectious ska-punk sound that combines Pandav's Latin...
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Commitment, Lucky Boys Confusion
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Oct 21, 2003
  • Parental Advisory

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