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Give 'Em The Boot 4

Hellcat 80458

Released on November 9, 2004

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Featuring 26 songs from some of the best bands in Punk, Ska and Psychobilly. Includes songs from Roger Miret And The Disasters and Tiger Army plus 17 unreleased tracks from Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Nekromantix (Rancid cover), The Slackers, F-Minus, The Unseen, Joe Strummer And The Mescaleros (live at the Brixton Academy), The Aggrolites, Die Hunns (Duane Peters band)... & more!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rancid -Killing Zone Voted #3  7%
2 Aggrolites -Dirty Reggae  3%
3 Tiger Army -Atomic  5%
4 Slackers -Propaganda  4%
5 Roger Miret And The disasters -Kiss Kiss Kill Kill  1%
6 U.S. Roughnecks -Lost Paradise  1%
7 F-Minus -Caught In Between  1%
8 Die Hunns -Marshall Law  2%
9 Dropkick Murphys -I'm Shipping Up To Boston  7%
10 Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards -1%  3%
11 Brain Failure -That's What I Know  5%
12 Chris Murray -Let There Be Peace  2%
13 Nekromantix -Dead Bodies  4%
14 Transplants -Romper Stomper (Remix)  1%
15 Jow Strummer And The Mescaleros -Junco Partner (Live)  2%
16 Orange -No Rest For The Weekend  2%
17 Rezurex -Dia De Los Muertos Voted #2  8%
18 Unseen -Waste Of Time Voted #1  16%
19 Ducky Boys -Break Me  5%
20 Horrorpops -Where They Wander  4%
21 South Central Riot Squad -S.C. Drunx  4%
22 Mercy Killers -Trauma  2%
23 12 Step Rebels -Skinwalkers  2%
24 Escaped -Wasted Life  2%
25 Pressure Point -Rise Up  4%
26 Westbound Train -Room To Breathe  1%
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Brandon from Richlands, NC 
Oct 31 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great cd, filled with many types of music, hell cat has came out with the cds which have helped me be more diversfied with music, this is made by tim armstrong so that tells you that it is great,

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Santiago from Laguna Niguel, CA 
Jul 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well-rounded comp. Thanks to this giv em the boot and found a lot of new bands that seemed pretty kick ass like Brain Failure, Die Hunns, Pressure Point, South Central Riot Squad etc. Out of all 5 comps #2 is by far the best. Vol. 5 was an upset. This happened to be my first comp for the boots and it contained some really good tunes all the way through.

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Fat from Douglas, AZ 
Mar 3 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great compilation,there´s so many bands to check out right here....the nekromantix song is´s a rancid cover....the rancid song and this band I forgot the name...but play the Dia De Los Muertos just get it...this shit have more good bands than madafaking punkoramas now...

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Scott from Bellevue, NE 
May 30 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good for a sampler. Not as good as previous Give 'Em The Boot efforts, but worth the small price you pay for it. The Slackers song is really fucking good and I also liked the Brain Failure song. I could have done without the Transplants remix though, but that's my only real complaint. It would have been a lot better if hellcat hadn't pissed off leftover crack though.

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Dustin from Boise, ID 
Jan 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Caroline's review pretty much sucks as she has no knowledge of the Hellcat bands anyways. She says "I also mildly enjoyed songs by Tiger Army, who seem like a blatant AFI rip off", and they sound nothing alike, they are 2 different styles of music, so that alone proves my point. But the REVIEW!!!!!!!! Great album, will some pretty good bands. As with all Hellcat comps, there's some Reggae, some Punk, some Psychobilly, and some great bands. Worth checking out for sure if you like Hellcat stuff.

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Alex from Colorado Springs, CO 
Dec 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this isnt too bad. the nekromantix disaster i was expecting never came, so i guess thats cool. the lars and rancid songs are also pretty damn good. the sc riot squad track i liked alot, i havent heard anythin else by them but theyre promising so far. i really only bought this for the unseen track though. and it kicks ass. of course.

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Christopher from White Plains, MD 
Nov 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another great comp from Hellcat. Give em the boot is a great series and a great way to get a taste of excellent music. Punk, hardcore, rockabilly, etc etc., it's all here. Good stuff. Hopefully they'll keep making 'em.

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Teven from Austin, TX 
Nov 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album kicks ass! not ass good as 3 but fucking great- Ist almost all unreleased shit and some new bands two like SC riot squad and 12 step rebels. It doesnt flow as well as 3 does evthier.... butit comes with a fucking bad ass poster of lars on a high handled bike so if you like anything off hell cet whether its regee punk boston hardcore or physcobilly then grabb this shit

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Caroline from Bethesda, MD 
Nov 22 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Pretty Good,but you definetly gotta sort through all the crap. The new rancid song is much better than anything on indestructable becuase there arent any stupid keyboard organs or tim vocals( The guy CANT FUCKING SING!). I also mildly enjoyed songs by Tiger Army, who seem like a blatant AFI rip off, And Necromantix who cover an obscure but very good rancid song. Why anyone would wanna do that boggles the mind but it sounds good so what the hell. Lars Fredersiksen track is good as well, though its nothing you havent heard if you own the viking. The new unseen song is definetly this CD's highlight and if youre a rabid unseen fan like me, its worth picking up solely for that track. Other than that theres alot of shit. Theres at least five regae songs on here becuase hellcat wants to be diverse or tim thinks hes jamaican or some shit like that. Needless to say, like all regae that isnt Bob Marley, those tracks suck. Still, variety is variety. This gets a 7 out of ten.

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