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I'm Insulted...

It boggles my mind that Less than Jake could ever put an album out that was this bad. Let me start off by saying that if you are new to Less than Jake, please look elsewhere. You're best off checking out Losing Streak or Pezcore, which are by far their best albums. In fact, don't even think about buying this album. Its flat out terrible, dissapointing, and embarassing. Even when Anthem came out I was somewhat let down because it wasn't like their other stuff, but even this album makes Anthem look fantastic. And I know that everybody else is saying that they've changed and that change is ok, but give me a break. Their ska roots are gone, and as said as it is, I can actually cope with that. Anthem wasn't that ska, but I still revere it as a great album... this album is poppy, generic, worthless, and downright terrible. I've tried many times to give it a chance, and some songs are decent, most notably Don't Fall Asleep on the Subway, but even that wouldn't fare at all on any of their other albums. I understand that they've changed, that much is clear, but they are trying too hard. I feel as though the true energy of Less than Jake has been sucked out and all of these songs are crappy and sound the same. I have loved every single Less than Jake cd in the past and they were my first true favorite band, just as they have been up until now (streetlight manifesto is up there as well). As a TRUE LTJ fan, yes... TRUE, I can clearly say that I'm downright insulted by this piece of work. I've seen these guys 3 times in concert and i've been blown away, and its clear that the other true fans would like nothing more than to hear songs off of losing streak and hello rockview till the days end. I really have no idea what Chris, Roger, Vinnie, Buddy, and JR were thinking with this one. The last time I saw them, they played overrated and got a terrible audience response... even when i talked to Buddy at the end of the show about the new album he wasn't too quick to show his excitement. It hurts me to have to write this review, and the best advice i can give is to pick up a copy of losing streak now and realize all of LTJ's real capabilities. I have the feeling that Less Than Jake will lose a LARGE piece of their fan base with this one, while it seems like they will sell out to the mainstream emo/punk/pop and gain some new ones for all the wrong reasons... the music business is funny that way. This album, unfortunately, is a bad way for Less than Jake to give a farewell to their fans. Hopefully those of you who are considering this album will come to see Less than Jake's real music by picking up their old stuff as well and keeping the good ska/punk alive. I hope that they boys of LTJ will enjoy their fancy cars and nice houses after this one. that is all...

WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO LTJ??

this new album is a new side of ltj we have never seen before, and you know what i think? they should've kept it hidden. this album is a flopp. but i think there is still hope, like if ltj leaves warner bros. and go to side one dummy or something

slurpee music

these are the hot hits that keep chubby lil' rollerbladers in my way. This music isn't even rollerblading, this stuff is straight up razor scooter music. Like styrofoam bicycle helmet, baby blue corduroy overall shorts, and a scooter.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Gainesville, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Although formed in 1992 as a power pop trio with heavy punk leanings, Less Than Jake steadily transformed into a ska-inspired punk band with the addition of a horn section. Vocalist/guitarist Chris Demakes, bassist Shaun, and drummer/lyricist Vinnie Fiorello formed the first incarnation of the group, which took root in Gainesville, FL. After Shaun became the group's roadie, however, he was replaced by bassist Roger Manganelli, who picked up the instrument just to join the band. During 1993-1994,...
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In With the Out Crowd, Less Than Jake
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Punk, Reggae, Ska
  • Released: May 22, 2006

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