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Strike Anywhere

To Live In Discontent

Jade Tree 1101

Released on January 25, 2005

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The Richmond, Virginia boys of STRIKE ANYWHERE have made their career by delivering hardcore anthems peppered with a radical worldview and a sincere musical/political understanding of the last 30 years of punk rock lineage. The five-piece have been bubbling over and with the release of To Live In Discontent the band offers a rare insight into the history of their undeniable hooks and ferocious energy. A collection of rare and unreleased material including the long out of print Chorus Of One EP, outtakes from last year’s Exit English, and an assortment of classic cover choices including Cock Sparrer, Dag Nasty, and of course The Gorilla Biscuits. To Live In Discontent is a must have release for any fan of the band’s raucous rally cry; a definitive insight into what fuels a revolution, and a glimpse into the history that will thankfully keep it burning.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Asleep  5%
2 Antidote  8%
3 Chorus Of One Voted #3  15%
4 Question The Answer  10%
5 Incendiary  6%
6 Earthbound  7%
7 Notes On Pulling The Sky Down Voted #1  18%
8 Cassandratic Equation Voted #2  16%
9 Two Fuses  3%
10 Sunspotting  1%
11 Two Sides  7%
12 Values Here  4%
13 Where Are They Now  3%
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Gert Erik from Aurland, Norway 
Feb 6 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This was ok, nothing special. It has some amazing songs like Notes On Pulling The Sky Down, asleep and antidote, and many average songs. but if you just raise your fist and shout along with the band, this is quite enjoyable. If you´re a strike anywhere-fan like me, buy this. If you´re not, buy Change Is A Sound and you´ll be saved.

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Matt from Park Hall, MD 
Jan 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like B-side comps because it gives you a glimpse into the minds of what doesnt make the final cut of albums. Sometimes some really kick ass shit gets left off and you wonder why. If you are a Strike Anywhere fan and dont already have Chorus of One, i recommend getting this.

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Agnes from Dunkirk, NY 
Nov 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of my favorite bands of all time. I think it was great to release those older songs on an official basis. I love this cd and this band Crimes of Passion that you should check out on myspace. They're all good.

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Deniz from Wayne, NE 
Sep 5 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The first two tracks are both quite good, Asleep in particular. Not really deviating from what you'd expect from this band, but not bad.

The Chorus of One EP is phenomenal. Standouts: Earthbound and Notes on Pulling the Sky Down. Both of my favorite tracks by Strike Anywhere are on this.

The covers are a lot more subpar than the rest of the CD. Some of them are recorded at very low quality, and the rest suffer from just plan bad songwriting.

However, this CD is definetly worth picking up if you're a big Strike Anywhere fan or have never heard the Chorus of One EP.

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Joe from Garden City, NY 
Aug 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow.....this cd is awesome i got it not exactly expecting anything too amazing....when i got it i was like wow this is awesome....i would recommend it to anyone who likes political punk rock, or any music of that sort

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Joe from Corpus Christi, TX 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like this CD a lot. I'm very glad to finally have Notes on Pulling the Sky Down on a CD. In my opinion that is probably the best song on this CD. The new version of Chorus of One is good, but I prefer the old one. The Gorilla Biscuits cover is sweet.

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
May 20 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I first heard Strike Anywhere on the Rock Against Bush comp, and the title of this release alone is a heartening sign that someone is still fighting in the wake of the failed election. This is one of those things that can be accurately judged by their covers. It's explosive as bottled nitroglycerin, with all the energy needed to throw an SUV through the window of your nearest Wal-Mart. As a singles and rarities collection, though, it shines particularly brightly. The band decided to put it together with only two full albums under their belts, and the curtailed length adds much to its power. Strike Anywhere's characteristic screamo and melodic muscle are here in full force, though a full studio album is the best way to show those elements off.

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Mike from Port Saint Lucie, FL 
Mar 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great collection of rare songs. pick up change is a sond if you're just getting into them. good release from the boys of Richmond.

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Joey from Leicestershire, United Kingdom 
Mar 20 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A nice collection of shiz from this band. they are rather cool, but definatly grab exit english first

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Mark from Charlestown, MA 
Mar 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Lots of hooks on this CD. I assumed that "Exit English" would be their best CD because, like most bands, they would get better with time. That CD was my introduction to the band. This CD is a compilation of old songs, b-sides etc.... read the description of the release. It shows that this band is consistent and has always been solid. Definitely recommended.

 
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