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Must-have album for car rides.

I only just bought this album this January, but it has advanced quickly into my top 5 records of all time. I wish I could give the record five stars, but I simply can't, because some of the songs are just too boring. I hate to pick favorites, but on this record, most songs that Tom sings (particularly Ava House and Nice Things) seem rather boring. The odd thing is, they'd fit in perfectly on Chamberlain Waits (which is fine, because that's a great album). I think the problem here is that where Chamberlain was a very simplistic, catchy record from all points of view, the songs Greg sings on here have become much more developed, while Tom's tracks remain simple but catchy. Both are great, but hearing tracks like Casey and Mexican Guitars makes me yearn for a release full of tracks as well-written.
At any rate, top-notch record, highly recommended.


These dudes really one upped themselves on this release. Not a bad song on this record!

Punks Not Dead

Its an album like this from a fairly new band that makes me beyond happy to hear nobody out there right now can touch these guys. best punk cd i have heard in a while. but in all honesty if Brett for BR loved them to sign them did you expect anything less?


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though they would later relocate to nearby Philadelphia, punk rock unit the Menzingers came together in Scranton, Pennsylvania and included former members of local ska-punk bands Bob & the Sagets and Kos Mos. Tom May (vocals, guitar), Joe Godino (drums), Eric Keen (bass), and Greg Barnett (vocals, guitar) released a self-titled demo in 2006, and after it found its way into the hands of folks at Go-Kart Records, the guys earned a spot on the impressed label's roster. The Menzingers' debut full-length,...
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