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Good Riddance

Bound By Ties Of Blood And Affection

Fat Wreck Chords 654

Released on May 20, 2003



Seventh album from Santa Cruz's hardcore stalwarts. Fourteen powerful tracks with strong lyrical content prevails, as social issues are the forte of vocalist Russ Rankin. Backed by the amazing production skills of the Blasting Room's BILL STEVENSON and JASON LIVERMORE.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Made To Be Broken Voted #2  14%
2 More DePalma, Less Fellini Voted #3  12%
3 Saccharine  6%
4 Up The Affiliates  9%
5 Boxing Day  8%
6 Dubious Glow Of Excess  2%
7 Black Bag Confidential  7%
8 Paean To The Enlightenment  7%
9 There's No "I" In Team Voted #1  14%
10 Process  1%
11 Dylan  4%
12 Remember Me  6%
13 Shame, Rights And Privilege  1%
14 Bobby Baun  10%
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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Oct 3 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Another solid album by Good Riddance. Like most of their releases, this record has all the styles GR are known for - Fast, melodic skate punk, hardcore, pop punk. Personally, I'm not always into their Black Flag/hardcore style stuff, but there is enough of the more melodic punk style here to keep me interested the whole way through. My favorites would be, "Made To Be Broken", "Saccharine", "Boxing Day", "There's No 'I' In Team", and "Dylan".

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Jonny from New Britain, CT 
Jan 30 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I can never find enough good things to say about GR. Sadly they were a very under rated band, which sucks because they were so fucking great, so if you are curious about them just go buy 1 of their CD's. This album is quite good, 1 of the 2 records that featured Dave W. From Lifetime and Kid Dynamite drumming for them. A bit faster but still classic melodic GR at points, very much sounding like "symptoms of a leveling spirit". A must have for GR fans!

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Frankie from Dos Palos, CA 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is only album from these guys, and i really like it. If your new to them like me, really soild political hardcore band, really short though. Buy it if you want something new or if your into Fat Wreck Chords' bands, wont disapoint.

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Grant from Lubbock, TX 
Aug 13 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I can hardly stand to get through this album. Just really unimagianative and dull. Feels like another "Rise Against"; really poppy and carrying a mantel of a hardcore past that they can't live up to. I will admit that More DePalma, Less Fellini is a decent song but it's based off of someone elses poem. Not to mention you could just get the "Floyds not Dead" sampler from Fat and get that song, along with a bunch of other bands that sound alot better. Save your money for a better band like None More Black or if you're into expiramental music These Arms Are Snakes.

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Erling from Orkdal, Norway 
May 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good Riddance never fail to impress me, they have a way of renewing themselves on every record that they put out. You can't quite put your finger on what it is, but something always seems fresh and new.

The record starts off with the burst of energy that is 'made to be broken' and stays interesting 'till the very end. As usual you've got hardcore songs, melodic numbers and a good mix of the two. My impression is that this record is generally faster than the last full length 'symptoms of a leveling spirit' which featured some slower hardcore songs. The mid-tempoed (and great) songs are still there, but some ridiculously fast songs adds another dimention to the record. The song writing is good, there's a great variety in the sound. The band show a lot of enthustiasm and play tight as ever. (No longer new) drummer Dave Wagenschutz shows great skill and plays the drums in a really agressive way, he gives the band something extra that I felt was lacking on last record. Lyrically the songs vary from well written political material to more personal politics and somewhere right between.

Good Riddance are not backing down and this might be their best record to date, pick it up. Thanks for the attention.

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Hugh from Athlone, Ireland 
May 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I am big Fan of these guys and I thought this album was something a little different of the Good Riddance crew without turning rubbish. They put in some fresh life into their music which I loved!

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Zach from Abilene, TX 
Aug 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good Riddance is one of those bands that can do no wrong in my eyes. This is fast, catchy, political punk rock done by the pros. If you like the mp3 or any of their recent releases, you will like this. So BUY IT NOW!!!

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Dale from Fpo, AP 
Jun 25 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This new CD is not nearly as heavy as their last one. Some people prefer that type of "metal" but I think they're good with whatever they put out. They always seem to be changing their styles just a little with each album. I like it. They could do away with the random monologue movie clips and boring "anti-right" speech clips. Those are gay. Call me lazy but I hate having to fast forward through shit like that just to get to a song.

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James from Fairfax, VA 
Jun 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing cd. It is a lot like the stuff GR put out on the split with Kill Your Idols and is definitely in the vein of Symptoms. It took a while for this cd to grow on me, but the song that stood out right away was Bobby Baun. This cd is definitely a good buy, along with everything else GR has put out.

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Matt from Setauket, NY 
Jun 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This Cd was awesome. it is their best cd so far. Their best song on this CD is Saccharin, but Made to be broken is awesome. i would definetly suggest spending the money to buy this CD because it is awesome!!!

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