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Bomb The Music Industry!

To Leave Or Die In Long Island (Purple Marble Vinyl)

Asian Man 198

Released on January 1, 2005


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# Song Name Popularity
1 Happy Anterrabae Day!!!  4%
2 Congratulations, John, On Joining Every Time I Die Voted #2  29%
3 Showerbeers!  0%
4 Stand There 'Til You're Sober Voted #1  42%
5 Dude, Get With The Program  8%
6 Bomb The Music Industry!  0%
7 Brian Wilson Say Smile AKA My Beard Of Defiance  0%
8 Syke! Life Is Awesome! Voted #3  17%
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Patrick from Cary, NC 
Jan 28 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great album that highlights the singer's desolation before moving from NY to GA and accepting his impending adulthood. Personally, I have gone through a similar trek and this album resonated incredibly. With a great upbeat opener to Stand Thee Until You're Sober this album has it emotional ride and you can see as Jeff looks at his friends who have left the world he is living in and moved on. You will find yourself singing Nice Going Asshole and it will be perfectly relevant.

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