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Screeching Weasel

First World Manifesto (Gold And Black Vinyl Limited To 300 Copies)

Fat Wreck Chords 7672

Released on March 15, 2011

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For those that aren’t familiar with them (frankly, you should be ashamed of your self), Screeching Weasel have been a stalwart of the pop-punk scene for 25 years. Back in ’86 they took up the Ramones’ torch and have since created a bonfire. With legions of dedicated fans and a whole slew of acclaimed releases under their belt Screeching Weasel have firmly entrenched themselves as living legends in the punk rock world. Not satisfied to rest on their laurels, the band recently reformed and completed their first new material in 11 years, First World Manifesto. Comprised of 14 tracks, First World Manifesto has all the hallmarks of an instant Weasel classic. From the short fast punk rock standards bearing Ben’s trademark ire (this time directed at message board tyrants, scenesters, and blind followers) to the traditional mid-tempo girl oriented songs, it’s all in there. Musically, First World Manifesto delivers on expectations with their emblematic guitar driven sound ringing throughout, due in no small part to the return of famed guitarist Dan Vapid. Additionally, they enlisted Mike Kennerty (All-American Rejects) to take the reins as producer, and threw in some backing vocals by Dr. Frank (Mr. T Experience) and Joe Queer (The Queers). First World Manifesto is the masterpiece that Weasel fans have been dreaming about for the past decade of silence.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Follow Your Leaders Voted #3  17%
2 Frankengirl  0%
3 Beginningless Vacation  6%
4 Dry Is The Desert  6%
5 Totem Pole  0%
6 Creepy Crawl  0%
7 Three Lonely Days  0%
8 Friday Night Nation  0%
9 All Over Town Voted #1  28%
10 Fortune Cookie  0%
11 Baby Talk  17%
12 Come And See The Violence  0%
13 Bite Marks  0%
14 Little Big Man Voted #2  28%
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Dave from Oceanport, NJ 
Mar 9 2014 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good old screeching weasel, not their best album but definately holds up in thier catalog, took me a couple listens to get into it but in the end loved every song with the exception of the song "come see the violence inherent in the system" where ben seems to be confused on his beliefs, he claims to be a practicing catholic but whines about living in a christian police state while at the same time bashing hipsters (no one likes hipsters so i cant blame him there, hahah)for likeing vinyl, microbrews & being tolerant of lgbt softball teams? plus the song just stinks anyway but hey with bens track record of great songs eventually hes gottta write a few lame filler trax. after all said and done its still a great addition to the screeching weasel catalog.

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Blaise from Penetanguishene, ON Canada 
Jan 3 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really enjoyed this album. Ben's still got it. still name dropping fat mike on this one too haha. I'd say its not the all time best but its not the worst. I like the gold Lp with red and black splatter. I was really surprised at how good this record is. got Joe Queer and Dr. Frank and it too

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 2 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

No matter what you think about Ben Weasel doing SW without Jughead, it has to be said that this is an incredible album. What a great punk record! The label kicked the band off and chaos seems to follow Ben and crew wherever they go. This album will always remind me how punk rock became dangerous again if even for a moment.

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