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Two Lefts Don't Make a Right...But Three Do (Gold Edition)

Relient K

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Album Review

Relient K is a 'can't miss' proposition in the secular market. On their third disc, Two Left's Don't Make a Right. . .But Three Do, the band is very strong, singing relevant lyrics to the X generation and beyond with the fervor of a bull horn. This release may be the crossover vehicle that launches the band into the stratosphere. Matthew Thiessen's snotty vocals are at their height, with bashing guitars making a noise, too. "Chap Stick, Chapped Lips, and Things Like Chemistry," kicks off the opus with an alternative musical barrage. On a large portion of the disc, guitars are big all over. It's hard to say the band has reached a maturity when lyrical topics include Boy Meets World, Tears for Fears, and cell phones, but on the flip side, cuts like "Falling Out" has "hit single" written all over it, with its driving rhythm and musical interludes that give way to intelligent, well-placed lyrics. "Forward Motion" is punk passion, where most bands would blow through this guitar-charged cut, Relient K pulls back the throttle, as a well-delivered piano brings the song to an eloquent close."Getting Into You" is a tune that will have radio legs. The tune is delivered with an acoustic guitar, and the humbleness and reverence that Thiessen has for his Creator is evident. Two Left's Don't Make a Right. . .But Three Do is a disc that establishes Relient K as the rulers of the punk kingdom. The tunes, the energy, and the guitars will leave your toes tapping for many spins.

Customer Reviews

uhh...

is there a reason why this album has so few reviews?! i own every relient k album and this one is my favorite. i went through a phase where i listened to nearly nothing else but this album... you'd think i'd be sick of it by now... but i can't get enough!! my best friend and i have memorized the entire thing. that's how long it was in my car. my top picks: 'chap stick, chapped lips, and things like chemistry' -- sure, this song is silly... but it's crazy good!! 'forward motion' -- the guitar and drums at the start of this song is awesome!! 'getting into you' -- very different from all the others, this one got the most recognition. it's a beatiful, true song. fantastic lyrics and vocals. 'from end to end' -- this might just be my favorite track... very intense. grabs you from the beginning and never lets go. 'jefferson aero plane' -- this song is so bright sounding you can't help but sing along. and i love their usual crazy stuff at the end. "who's that wearin' those silly shoes?!"

best rk album

this music is off the chain

this one too?!

this album's great, but why are there only 6 reviews?! I mean, the anatomy of the tongue and cheek only has 3! I thought people LIKED this album. it's their turning point to mainstream!

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Canton, OH

Genre: Alternative

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

Canton, Ohio's Relient K formed in 1998 and joined the parade of Christian punk-pop artists (MxPx, Ghoti Hook, Slick Shoes, etc.) with their self-titled 2000 debut, mixing catchy melodies and snotty attitude with spiritual concerns. The record was produced by dc Talk guitarist Mark Townsend, and the band was comprised of vocalist/guitarist/pianist Matt Thiessen, guitarist Matthew Hoopes, bassist Brian Pittman, and drummer Stephen Cushman. David Douglas joined up in place of Cushman by the year's...
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