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Native Nod

Today Puberty, Tomorrow The World

Gern Blandsten 22

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bread Voted #2  11%
2 High Tide In Alaska Voted #3  11%
3 Back To Mimsey  6%
4 Answer  6%
5 Crossings  6%
6 Tangled Voted #1  50%
7 Mr. President  0%
8 Lower G.i. Bleed  11%
9 Runner  0%
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Austin from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Feb 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a really great discography CD, shame they only ever put out 9 songs, but they are all pretty good songs so i guess there's no need for filler. This is early 90's emo, as in emotive/emotional hardcore tinged with indie influences, not to be confused with the current misguided use of the term applied to current media darling pop-punk bands.

The music switches from high-speed and melodic at points to slower more pensive buildups with vocals that range from low talking, high-pitched yelling/singing to full on emotional-breakdown hoarse screaming (the screaming works very well when it takes you by suprise when listening to songs like Tangled). The lyrics are pretty cool too. The best songs on this discog. in my opinion are Bread, High Tide In Alaska, Answers and Tangled. If you like emocore or the mid 90's emo stuff get this.

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Andrew from Easton, PA 
Feb 2 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

for those unfamiliar with native nod, imagine swing kids, only from the east coast. similarly, the Nod are an early 90's emo outfit, and this is their (in/complete?) discography. emo as in having that dischord/gern/sst sound and great lyrics in some way dealing with emotional content. if you like stuff off Dischord, GSL, Jade Tree, ThreeOneG, Southern, Troubleman, etc, i say pick this up. even if you don't, buy it anyway. Native Nod also had Chris Leo of the lapse, a host of other jade tree bands, and brother of ted (chisel, ted leo and the pharmacists).

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