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All In

(Tsunami Bomb, Enemy You)

BYO 112

Released on February 13, 2007


The debut full length release from San Francisco's, Nothington (Tsunami Bomb, Enemy You) will blow away anything you hear in 2007. Mix a bit of pop punk with some good 'ol fashion rock n roll and you will get the perfect beer and whiskey soaked sound of one of the most promising new Bay Area bands. Also, to mix you up a bit, Agent M (Tsunami Bomb) sings some back up vocals on several tracks. Stop complaining about how there's no good music anymore and pick this up!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Where I Stand Voted #1  25%
2 The Bottom Line  8%
3 Something New Voted #3  12%
4 Goin' Home Voted #2  23%
5 Awake For Days  2%
6 Sell Out  5%
7 This Time Last Year  12%
8 The Last Time  5%
9 This Means War  2%
10 Where Is This Going?  0%
11 The Death Of Jimmy Green  7%
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Frankie from Dos Palos, CA 
Feb 1 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

really solid album. half tsunami bomb and picked up a member of enemy you. all heart, punk ethic, straight out rock and roll.

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Gino from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Oct 6 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard these guys were a mix of hot water music and social distortion....that person was right on the money. and I really like hot water music and social d. Gotta love the raspy vocals.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jan 3 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I have joined the ranks of Leatherface fans. And so I read alot of reviews (in zines) that this band sounds like Leatherface. I don't hear that, so much...but this is a good band with a great sounding record. I think they have a new release out soon, so keep a watch for it...and in the meantime, pick this up.

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Shannon from Nictaux, NS Canada 
Jun 17 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This record has exceeded and satisfied my thirst for good all around music and i can see it being a classic in my collection no question. I was one of those people that claims theres no good music left. 'All In' was everything i hoped it would be. Strait ahead rock and roll, with incredible vox in a Mike Ness vein. Especially 'Sell Out'. That intro was just so close to S.D. I had to double check the playlist to make sure it wasn't S.D.! The lyrics are 'heart-on-the-sleeve-no-bullshit-i-am what-i-am' lyrics, that i am a huge fan of. I knew there was stuff out there without breakdowns or other trendcore machismo. It's definitely the record for having on at the BBQ with bros, beers, smokes and loud music. A soundtrack for summer memories for sure. Nothington has the guts i have been looking for the last few years. Kudos Guys.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Jan 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I found All In to be a really enjoyable album, one of my many favorite albums from 2007. I got into Nothington because they have ex-members of Tsunami Bomb. At first I was a bit skeptical because I kept reading the descriptions of Nothington mixing punk rock with gruff vocals & a country vibe. To me very few bands can actually mix punk and country with any successful results.

After giving them a few listens I was hooked and I think they pull off this sound extremely well. I especially enjoy that Agent M provides some wonderful backing vocals in a handful of songs on this album.

To conclude, All In is just a really great album without a single bad song on it and I look forward to any future releases from Nothington.

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Paul from St. Louis, MO 
Oct 18 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The very first song bugs me a little on this. It seems like the singer is forcing a southern accent. I understand this is more "country" punk but it just comes off a little insincere. That small squable aside, this is pretty good. Its not one of my favorites but its a good listen. I like the variety in the singing but i would like more variety of tempos to make it a notch better. The song "Sell Out" sounds like a lost Social Distortion song. That being said, all the songs are really well written. Fans of Drag The River will really like this.

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Sean from Lemont, IL 
Aug 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Excellent. Anyone that is a fan of gruff vocals(HWM,Social D, etc) will truly enjoy this album. Looking forward to hearing another release from these guys.

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Jason from Kirkland, WA 
Aug 17 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, this is a great CD. This is most definitely one the best cd's I've bought in a long time. This is one of those cds that you can leave in your car's cd player for 3 weeks without changing it and still not get tired of it. I can't say that about too many bands. If you like Hot Water Music, Social Distortion, or just catchy as hell punk rock and roll. Check em out. My only complaint is they didn't include lyrics. And with this as catchy as it is, you wanna rock out and sing along.

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Spencer from Lewisville, TX 
Apr 21 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BUY THIS CD! This sounds kind of like a mix between Social D, Ducky Boys, Lucero, Sixer. These guys mix rock n' roll, streetpunk and a little country twang without sounding cheesy or spaghetti westernish. This album reeks with desperation, sincerity and lots o' smokes and booze. JUST BUY THE F**KING THING!

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