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The delightful debut recording of delectable socio-political pop-punk from former PROPAGANDHI singer-songwriter JOHN K. SAMSON. Twelve tracks of poetic rockin' in the vein of Jawbreaker and the Smoking Popes.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Illustrated Bible Stories For Children  7%
2 Diagnosis  7%
3 Confessions of a Futon-Revolutionist Voted #1  14%
4 None of the Above  10%
5 Letter of Resignation Voted #2  12%
6 Leash  4%
7 Wellington's Wednesdays Voted #3  12%
8 The last last one  9%
9 Greatest Hits Collection  4%
10 Sounds familiar  6%
11 Anchorless  10%
12 Fallow  5%
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Alexander from Orchard Park, NY 
Apr 5 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I finally got around to getting this album and I wasn't disapointed. It flows really well too. It never felt like it got too slow or dull throughout the cd and it still had some fast stuff and slow stuff (though Left and Leaving still has some of my favorite songs). Anyhow right now I just don't have much to say, but I wanted to just finish up some reviews.

I agree with pretty much everything written before me. If you aren't sure what Weakerthans album to start with, I'd probably go Reconstruction Site, but you really can't go wrong with any of them. You should like it enough to want to get at least another album.

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Janet from Baltimore, MD 
Aug 15 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

How could anyone not like this.This is one of the best albums I have heard.In every song on this album you can hear what great musicianship this band has.I usually listen to much more hardcore stuff than this, but I just love this cd.The best songs on it are "Confessions of a Futon Revolutionist","Wellington's Wednesdays",and "Leash".I can't wait until "Reconstruction Sight" comes out on EpiTaPh ReCorDs.

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Greg from Elk Grove, IL 
Jun 21 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Wow, I really like the Weakerthan's "Left and Leaving". I am not going to review that cd again, but I think it was one of the best thing G-7 has ever released.

This cd does not have the same amount of flow, but it still has some amazing songs. I really want to give it a 5/5, but it really doesn't explore John Samson's full range of vocal talent.

Anyway, some highlights are "Diagnosis", "Confessions of a Futon Revolutionist" and "Letter of Resignation"

Buy their "Left and Leaving" first.

please, it's amazing

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Rob from High Bridge, NJ 
Dec 31 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is by far the softest CD I own... but I can't stop listening to it! All of the songs are poetic and inspiring, and usually with some political relevance. "Confessions of a Futon-Revolutionist", "Letter of Resignation", "Wellington's Wednesdays", "Greatest Hits Collection", and "Anchorless" (this version is longer than the version on Propagandhi's "Less Talk, More Rock", and I like it better) stand out. Of course, lead guitarist and singer John K. Samson played bass and did some singing for Propagandhi on their first couple albums (he sang part of "Showdown (G.E./P.)" on "How to Clean Everything" and "Anchorless" and "Gifts" on "Less Talk, More Rock), so you'll know his voice if you have either of those albums.

This is good to listen to after something heavy, or just when you're unwinding.

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Nate from Salisbury, VT 
Nov 20 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fucking incredible... yes, it's not very hardcore, but it's still great to listen to... you may know John's voice from Propaghandi's Showdown song on How To Clean Everything (girls with the greenest eyes...). if you are looking for a change of pace from the harder stuff, this is what you're looking for. Think of it as laying off the tequila just once, and having some Smirnoff Ice. still great, just lighter.

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