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Take Action : Vol. 4-Take Action (Double)

Sub City 282

Released on October 5, 2004


This extremely low priced double CD features unreleased and album tracks from NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Coheed and Cambria, Hawthorne Heights, Mastodon, Shadows Fall, Underoath, Pedro the Lion, Rufio and tons more. 41 tracks in all, and it raises money for The National Youthline Network, 1-877-Youthline, a teen suicide hotline. Andrew WK contributed the public service announcement.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Andrew W.K. -PSA  1%
2 NOFX -Concerns Of A GOP Neo-Phyte (Wrong Version)  6%
3 Squad Five-0 -Lay It Down  0%
4 Break -The Wolves Are At The Front Door  0%
5 Kicks -Radar  2%
6 Against Me! -You Look Like I Need A Drink  5%
7 Murder By Death -Canyon Inn, Room 16  4%
8 Boys Night Out -I Got Punched In The Nose For Sticking My Face In Other Peoples' Business  0%
9 Ever We Fall -Three Wires In  2%
10 Hawthorne Heights -Ohio Is For Lovers Voted #3  7%
11 Underoath -Reinventing Your Exit Voted #2  10%
12 Haste -Stutter  0%
13 Fear Before The March Of Flames -Consequences David, You'll Never Meet Your Fate In the Styx  4%
14 Shadows Fall -The Power Of I And I  0%
15 Mastodon -March of The Fire Ants  0%
16 Terror -Keep Your Mouth Shut  1%
17 Dillinger Escape Plan -Panasonic Youth  3%
18 New Mexican Disaster Squad -You're Incorrect  1%
19 A Wilhelm Scream -Famous Friends And Fashion Drunks  4%
20 V.P.R. -Our Day In The Sun  0%
21 Briggs -All On Me  5%
22 Go Betty Go -C'mon  3%
23 Coheed And Cambria -The Crowing Voted #1  12%
24 Taking Back Sunday -Bonus Mosh Pt. II  6%
25 Rufio -Don't Hate Me  4%
26 Brandtson -Little Birds And Spiders  4%
27 Roses Are Red -White And Gold  1%
28 Early November -Ever So Sweet  2%
29 Mae -Embers And Envelopes  2%
30 Hidden In Plain View -Bleed For You  1%
31 Brazil -And So It Goes  2%
32 Kaddisfly -Midnight In Shanghai  2%
33 Ted Leo And The Pharmacists -Six Month In A Leaky Boat  1%
34 Pedro The Lion -Discretion  1%
35 Now It's Overheard -Wait In A Line  0%
36 Melee -The War  1%
37 ROY -Wipe That Brow  0%
38 Detachment Kit -The Race  1%
39 Despistado -A Stirsticks Prediction  2%
40 The Lost Six -The Autobrats  0%
41 Communique -Perfect Weapon  0%
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Ryan from Derby, United Kingdom 
Aug 27 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i only really brought this cd for the nofx song. wich is easily their best song. but ended up finding some new bands to check out. theres some really good music on this cd plus its for charity and its cheap go get it. well thats cd1 cd2 is another storie.with the exception of maybe 2 songs its emo as fuck and cd2 is likely to tip you over the edge if you already on unstable ground. my advice is buy this cd do summat good for charity but throw that shitty 2nd emo disk at the wall. oh and did i mention nofx put their best song on it?

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Anthony from Mastic Beach, NY 
Feb 21 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Concerns of a GOP Neo-phyte is one of the best NOFX songs period. It is also the reason why I bought this compilation. Other highlights include the acoustic version of Against Me!'s "You Look Like I Need a Drink." And that's about it. There's a lot of emo/screamo bands on here. The songs I mentioned above actually don't fit in. Instead, they stand out, for me at least. However, the CD is ridiculously cheap and it's for a good cause. No, it isn't for the money. It isn't for the fame. If you like NOFX, you need this comp, as the song isn't available anywhere else.

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Wes from Rutland, VT 
Aug 26 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A shitload of music, and it is cheap. That is the best i can say about this cd. The music is fairly decent, great for what you paid, and it all goes to a good cause. Pick it up if you need some filler or you want to find a new band to listen to, or if you are just a fuckin philanthropist.

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Dan from Kane, PA 
Aug 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This comp is really great it can satisfy listeners with many different tastes. Its for a good cause because it gives numbers for suicide hotlines and other useful information. Its a great buy for the price.

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Eric from Eldora, NJ 
Mar 8 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i thought that this cd was good. i looked at the song selection and it seemed pretty good so i bought it. the emo stuff is just not my style but still over all pretty good. its worth the money and if you dont like it you have supported a good cause. stand out songs: underoath hawthoerne hieghts and fear before the march of flames.

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Danielle from, UT 
Feb 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

its for a good cause, buy it. great songs, wonderful artists. go for it. juicy apples make me happy

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Fat from Douglas, AZ 
Dec 29 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not that good really....I´m not into the emo shit...ok I´ll be honest I bought this thing for the NOFX song,´s been a while without a bad NOFX song musically and lirically....don´t say that song was a joke...oh the new mexican squad...pretty good it just for the cause,I think it´s pretty fair a record that supports helplines to suicidal guys...if there´s records pro-PeTa and Pro-political shit this record should be taken seriously too...

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Austin from Humble, TX 
Dec 28 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

um..... i bought this cd for my sister so ive never listened to it cause i dont like that kind of music. but she says it sucks except for a few songs. so if your gonna buy it for anything it would be for whatever benefit it goes to. I dont rememeber, i think its like suicide or something.

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Bradley from South New Berlin, NY 
Oct 8 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It is a comp. Some tracks are good, others are ok and some are lame. But, for 5 bucks, its a good, inexpensive way to learn about new bands.

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