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The Too Late Show

Red Scare 110

Released on October 10, 2006

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They’re back and with the original lineup! Straight outta The Blasting Room, The Lillingtons have returned with an album chock full catchy hits. It’s classic Lillingtons: the Red Menace, alien invasions, double agent spies, and every other kinda B-movie hijinx you can think of. Their vivid imaginations are matched only by their ability to write dynamic and catchy punk rock ditties. The Lillingtons have indeed returned, and it’s never too late to see what the legend is made of!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 27 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Gunbullet  6%
2 Target Earth  10%
3 All I Hear Is Static Voted #1  20%
4 The Augur's Tale  4%
5 Mars vs. Hollywood Voted #2  14%
6 Do It U.S.S.R.  6%
7 Zombies Voted #3  11%
8 Vaporize My Brain  10%
9 Russian Attack  8%
10 Charlie Goes To Cambodia  3%
11 Stay Tuned  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, October 10 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jordan from Ingersoll, ON Canada 
May 22 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd Kicks. Fans of the Lookout sound will Love this one. I really enjoyed Russian Attack. Well worth it.

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Travis from Santa Rosa, CA 
Mar 31 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As soon as I heard "The Russians Are Coming" off of the Backchannel Broadcast, I knew I loved the Lillingtons. So upon hearing they had a new record coming out, I was thrilled...took me till now to buy it, but I love it. It's got the same ridiculous sci-fi and Cold-War / James Bond themes, and the music is sharp as ever. The only thing about this record that makes me sad is that the Lillingtons are done and gone...and I never got to see them.

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Anthony from Peoria, IL 
Mar 14 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sounds OK, but is bland. All the songs run together and aren't particularly exciting. I forget I even own this album until it pops up on random, and then I have to look to see which generic pop-punk band just came on.

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Steven from Lisle, IL 
Nov 15 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd was good, i mean better than most stuff out there. it does however lack the charm the others have. "death by television", and "the backchannel broadcast" are much stronger efforts. so i would recommend starting with those. i do have to say the Lillingtons were a breath of fresh air to the punk rock scene, can't get enough of em'.

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Don from Riverside, CA 
Oct 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What a fantastic CD. I wasn't sure if the The Lillingtons were going to release another record, let alone a GOOD record; But they did. If you have followed this band from the beginning then this record will be a big breath of fresh air from their last record "Back Channel Broadcast". Fast, Catchy Punk at it's finest right here.

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Brent from Pinedale, WY 
Jul 3 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The first couple times I listened to this CD I thought it was completely generic and mediocre. The more I listen to it, though, the more I like it. Its not as good as Death By Television or Shit Outta Luck, but its a step up from The Backchannel Broadcast.

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Eric from Bartlett, IL 
May 28 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Well this is a Lillingtons CD, alright. It sucks that Kody lost his marbles and teamed up with those taint-lickers. Teenage Bottlerocket is a fucking joke. Seriously, I was so embarrassed for Kody I cut myself 27 times. If any of you guys are like, close to him or friends please take the glue away from him. I dont think this guy needs anymore brain damage.<@:)

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Tyler from Chillicothe, IL 
May 25 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

lillingtons rule. period. all i hear is static is great stay tuned is amazing, zombies, mars vs hollywood and all the rest, wow. i love this band.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
May 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was my top album of 2006. I couldn't resist downloading the MP3s when it leaked and felt absolutely compelled to actually buy it because it's seriously that good. I haven't been able to get this out of heavy rotation since it was released in October. My account has been overtaken by the Lillingtons.

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Anders from Hönö, Sweden 
Feb 24 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

No, of course it's not as good as "Death by television" but still its a damn fine punkrock album. Short, raw songs with great lyrics and great sound.

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