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Atticus Dragging The Lake Vol. 2

Side One Dummy 71236

Released on March 18, 2003

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“Dragging the Lake II” is the second in a series of low dough compilations brought to you by SideOneDummy Records and Atticus Clothing. Once again, Atticus clothing (owned by Blink 182 members Mark Hoppus & Tom Delonge) and SideOneDummy have pulled together a virtual who’s who of today’s Punk, Emo & Post Hardcore superstars. “Dragging the Lake II” features previously unreleased tracks from Dropkick Murphy’s, Lagwagon, Finch, Sparta, and a hard to find track from Blink 182 (bonus track from the limited first pressing of Take Off Your Pants and Jacket). Also included is an unreleased live version of “Crawl” by Alkaline Trio from their recent BBC sessions. Other stand out artists include: Jets To Brazil (Jade Tree), Rocket From The Crypt (Vagrant), Hot Water Music (Epitaph), Dillinger Four (FAT), and The Transplants (featuring Tim Armstrong from Rancid & Travis Barker from Blink 182).

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rocket From the Crypt -I'm Not Invisible  3%
2 Hot Water Music -Remedy  5%
3 Thrice -To Awake and Avenge the Dead Voted #1  11%
4 Finch -Worms of the Universe  7%
5 Dropkick Murphys -Fields of Athenry  4%
6 Blink 182 -Don't Tell Me That It's Over  4%
7 Sparta -Vacant Skies  3%
8 Slick Shoes -Once Again  3%
9 Dillinger Four -Noble Stabbings!!  4%
10 Suicide Machines -All My People  3%
11 Lagwagon -E. Dagger  5%
12 Maxeen -Soleil  1%
13 Further Seems Forever -Pride War  2%
14 Jets to Brazi -William Tell Override  1%
15 Boxcar Racer -All Systems Go  1%
16 Transplants -One Seventeen  3%
17 H2O -All We Want  1%
18 Taking Back Sunday -You're So Last Summer Voted #2  10%
19 Rise Against -Heaven Knows Voted #3  9%
20 Mighty Mighty Bosstone -A Jackknife to a Swan  2%
21 Matchbook Romance -The Greatest Fall  6%
22 Hot Rod Circuit -Misled  1%
23 Down By Law -Next to Go  1%
24 Over my Dead Body -Be There  1%
25 Bane -Some Came Running  2%
26 Alkaline Trio -Crawl (Live in London)  9%
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Melissa from Fort Collins, CO 
Mar 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is pretty kick ass. I really like the traks from Hot Rod Circuit, Maxeen, Lagwagon, Taking Back Sunday, and Jets to Brazil. But there are some shitty songs also.

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Frances from Durham, NC 
Jan 28 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

well, this CD had some good and some bad. There are some great bands on there, such as Hot Water Music, Alkaline Trio (a great live version of Crawl), and others, however there were a whole lot of bad bands as well, as there will be with any major clothing company's compilation, such as Blink 182 (shudder) and Boxcar Racer (another shudder). Unfortunately there is some bad with this good, but overall, most of the bands on it are pretty good.

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Mathias from Hamar, Norway 
Aug 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is even better than the last atticus cd. I'd recomend it to everyone who listen to music while they are skateboarding. it really gets you stoked and it a pleasure to listen to it. if you listen to blink 182, this cd got one of theyr best song ever.

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Glenn from Kings Point, NY 
Jul 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great V/A CD! this has it all DKM, Blink 182, all the big names, alot of unreleased material. This album will round out any punk collection nicely.

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Dustin from Austin, TX 
Jun 21 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

FUCKING SUCKS... the only good songs are the Thrice and FSF... just buy their CDs if you want the songs... otherwise dont waste your time and money on this SHITTY dub

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Kori from Carson City, NV 
Jun 15 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd kickes ass! i found out so many different bands that r amazing! it made me love sum new people i wood have never found w/out the cd. which wood have made me sad if i missed out! every song was great and i think the cd is just gnarly!

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Adam from Stoughton, WI 
Jun 7 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd was really worth the 8 bucks. 26 songs and almost all of them i thought were really good songs. The Lagwagon song was pretty weak, and really dissapointed me, and the Jets to Brazil song did too. The opening song "I'm not Invisible" was really good i thought. My favorite song by far is "Fields of Athenry" by DKM. You could really go through the entire cd without skipping any songs if you have some tolerance for a few bad songs. The good far outweighs the bad on this record.

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Nick from Guildford, Surrey, United King 
May 19 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Few good tracks on here such as FSF, Finch and Taking Back Sunday but this CD really kinda bites. The first Atticus comp was phat this is naff.

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Michael from South Salem, NY 
May 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the one of the best comps i own and almost every song is amazing. Many bands that i didnt expect too much from on this cd really impressed me. also the bands i knew and loved came through with killer tracks. Dont be a dumbass buy this immediately and dont miss out.

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Jenna from Tomball, TX 
Mar 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Just like volume one of Atticus this one also kicks ass! its a great mix, and extremly talented bands. I definatley recommend this cd, if you like the first one you should like this one because this one has a greater mix and better bands. The best are Further Seems Forever and Taking Back Sunday! Check it out!

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