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Kingwood [Digipak]

Burning Heart 82043.2

Released on April 12, 2005


Esteemed punk rock juggernauts Millencolin have returned to their roots on Kingwood, a cathartic but infectious assortment of tunes that is as collectively uplifting as it is unstoppable. "I think it's our best, most focused record yet," guitarist Erik Ohlsson attests, and in the length of time it takes for these dozen explosive songs to play out, punk loyalists will reach the same conclusion.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Farewell My Hell Voted #1  19%
2 Birdie  5%
3 Cash Or Clash  8%
4 Shut Me Out  8%
5 Biftek Supernova Voted #3  12%
6 My Name Golden  3%
7 Ray  12%
8 Novo  5%
9 Simple Twist Of Hate  2%
10 Stalemate  7%
11 Mooseman's Jukebox Voted #2  17%
12 Hard Times  2%
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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Feb 28 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another great release from this superb band. More rounded I guess is a way to describe this album, what I mean is that there is more of a mix of speeds & structures than their last 2 albums. My only complaint is the song Cash or Clash (it's shite), but all the others are top drawer, lyrically it's the same nonsense, but you try writing a song in Swedish!! Best tracks - Birdie, Ray, Shut You Out & Farewell My Hell.

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David from Seville, OH 
Feb 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this was my first millencolin cd and it is awesome start to finish. i recently got life on a plate which is also a good cd but I think kingwood is better. i highly reccomend this cd, you wont be dissapointed.

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David from Glendive, MT 
Jan 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My favorite release of theirs so far, Home From Home is a close second. Still no upstrokes on this album and I have to say I enjoy that. While the albums before Pennybridge Pioneers were fun, this seems to be where their sound really lays. It has a good rock feel to and there wasn't a song that dissapointed. Favorites are Farewell My Hell, My Name Is Golden, and Biftek Supernova

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Nov 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Eric from Duncansville, PA 
Oct 31 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i like millencolin because they are swedish. that means you should like millencolin. this album is a definite improvement from their last effort. millencolin has been one of those bands that you can just always listen to, no matter what mood you're in. they are just awesome. this isn't their best cd, but it is definitely worth the money.

kenny doesn't like music.

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Matt from Milwaukee, WI 
Oct 12 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Not Millencolin at all. They lost their ska influence a while back which was dissapointing, and I could tell they were shifting their scene when Pennybridge came out. That cd is alright if you're sad :( . . . Buy their earlier stuff if you're more into the punk/ska scene. Life on a Plate is my favorite.

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James from Wolverhampton, United Kingdom 
Oct 3 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is not the best Millencolin CD... that honour goes to Life on A PLate... but its not that bad either. It definately shows how the band have evolved over the years from a ska influenced band to the more rock inspired band they are today. It has some really 'interesting' songs, such as 'ray' and 'Biftek Supernova,' and in my opinion the highlight of the album has to be 'moosemans jukebox.' However, it is just not as good as their older stuff...sure it well written....sure they are good musicians....but it lacks the attitude of the older stuff...songs about food, fat girls, nospicking and the inablility to dance. Overall, a more serious, thought provoking album, but still worth the money (as with any millencolin music).

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Brian from Kemmerer, WY 
Sep 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A sick as fuck Millencolin album. I totally loved it, and would recommend it to anyone and everyone. Even if you don't listen to Millencolin, buy this album just for the hell of it. You WILL enjoy it!!!

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Kenneth from Dover Afb, DE 
May 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

While not quite as good as Pennybridge Pioneers, this album stands as Millencolins second finest work in their relatively long standing career. Tracks such as Mooseman's Jukebox and Ray are some of the best and catchiest they've ever written, and I personally cannot stop rocking out to it. This is definetly a step of improvment from "Home From Home".

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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
May 25 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I consider this CD about equal to Home From Home. I wasn't superstoked with either, but at least half the CD consistantly rocked. In case you didn't notice, Millencolin dumped their ska influence, which I miss a great deal. What a freakin' hard-working band though, damn! The CD art is pretty funny, and the lyrics... Millencolin's lyrics are always unique. Okay!

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