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Ergs

Dork Rock Cork Rod

Whoa Oh 107

Released on June 22, 2004

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"Dork Rock Cork Rod" palindromic rock filled hooks that take cues from the Minutemen, Replacements, Elvis Costello, Black Flag, Green Day and the Zombies. An incredible rollercoaster ride of fast, slow, and really fast tempos with heart felt lyrics that hit close to home. The Ergs know how to rock. Whether they are playing trash, pop, punk or the occasional jazz, but no matter all these different styles the songs have that signature Ergs rock tattooed all over them.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 First Song, Side One  3%
2 A Very Special Song For A Very Special Lady Part II  9%
3 3 Girth Units Voted #3  11%
4 Fishbulb  3%
5 Most Violent Rap Group  11%
6 Pray For Rain Voted #1  18%
7 Saturday Nite Crap Or Rama  11%
8 Running, Jumping, Standing Still  1%
9 Never Going To Be The Same Again  7%
10 August 19th  1%
11 Maybe I'm The New Messiah  3%
12 Rod Argent  0%
13 Everything Falls Apart And More Voted #2  15%
14 Vampire Party  4%
15 I Feel Better Tonight  0%
16 Emotional Olie  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, June 22 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jerry from Bakersfield, CA 
Jan 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i like this cd a lot. im not a big fan of complicated guitar solos but the upbeatness makes up for it. a lot of catchy tunes.

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Isra from Duarte, CA 
Aug 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

OH Miss Chokesondik!! The ErGs definetly do what they do very well. They remind me so much of The Descendents. I can honestly say that every single song on this album rocks. The lyrics really hit home as well. I would recommend this to any fan of pop punk. This is a great soundtrack for pounding a few beers with your mates. At least in my opinion it is. YOU BUY IT!!! YOU BUY IT!!!

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Carey from Nicholasville, KY 
May 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First off The Ergs! are the shit.........Secondly, this album is the best thing since bread came sliced. Each song was great, you'll have this in you cd player for a very, very, long time. Really, I can't get myself to take it out of my cd player........I HAVE NO BACKBONE!!!!!!!!!

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
Apr 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

one of the few pop punk bands i still listen to, these guys are amazing! they played down the road from my friend with a bunch of bands that are from my school and im pretty good friends with. its a pretty big deal for a kid like me who lives in the sticks. i dont think a day has gone by since i got it that i havent listened to it. every song is about love and heart brake. its really good. every song stands out to me.

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Jesse from Silver Spring, MD 
Dec 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This has quickly become one of my favorite albums. I saw the Ergs live last year and got some of their older stuff. Then when this came out I jumped on it. It's really good descendents-like punk. There are a lotta songs about lost love and relationships. It's not emo, it's punk with emo lyrics kinda. But the music is really good. Check em out.

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Ovidio from Dallas, TX 
Aug 2 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok i've been waiting for this album to come out for the longest time and for there first full length album this was not a disappointment at all this is an awesome album way better than all that emo bull shit theses guys know how to put on a rock and roll show well most mikey erg affiliated bands kick ass i got to meet him at a dirt bike annie show it was weird cause the guy i went with was in this band called the wallys and knew mikey and dirt bike annie then to my surprise before there set they got on stage and said "looks like all the old members of the wallys are here tonight and were not getting on stage until they get up here and play a song or two" hell yeah so they got up and shuffled to the stage and keeping in mind they haven't played together in 2 years they exploded with some classic wallys tunes it was fun oh and johnny whoa oh was there as well whoa records rocks the scene so buy this album as soon as you get the cash -still repeling the ladies- -dork rock and geek smiles-

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Anthony from Houston, TX 
Jul 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This record is just what Pop Punk needs.

Wonderful Descendents/All style punk rock is what you'll find in this CD. Vocals are even similar to Milo's. Great songs here. Most of the songs are about girls and love. Even a nice tune about hiding in the shower (which includes my favorite lyric "I've always been a good American/I drank alot of soda/And I didn't question"). The playing is pretty good too. Mikey Erg does a great job with hard pounding drums that can get anyone up and dancing. Jeffrey Erg is a great guitarist, he can go from a varity of styles (jazz to hardcore to country to salsa then to thrash maybe?) so so quickly. Joey Erg is a wonderful bassist, all that damn Pepsi has really gave him the gift of speeded crazily good bass playing (i wish i played bass that well). Also there's a cover on this record, "Vampire Party". Perfect for your next prom.

Overall, pretty good stuff. It deserves nothing less than the highest rating possible. Go buy it for the love of pop-punk.

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Andrew from Ny, NY 
Jul 7 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the like if ALL didn't get so full of themselves, and kept playing in the style of Late Descendents/early ALL albums.If you were dissapointed by the last few DESCENDENTS albums (as I was) buy this, its probably better than most of the later ALL records too. All the songs are pretty much about love and girls, except the ones about writing songs about love and girls, and the one about the vampire party which could be about gothic girls (which is a cover). Pick it up its good

 
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