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Gargamels/Smurfs

Gargamels vs. Smurfs Split

Super Pezhead 1

Released on May 5, 2001

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This is a split CDR between two great fast as fuck pop-punk bands. The Gargamels are from TX and Smurfs from VA. Both are similar to The Queers and Screeching Weasel. A must have for any pop-punk fan!!!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Gargamels - Sampsonite  0%
2 The Gargamels - I Like Loitering Voted #2  17%
3 The Gargamels - We Should Be Gay  11%
4 The Gargamels - Out Of My League Voted #3  17%
5 The Gargamels - My Punk Rock Girl Voted #1  28%
6 The Gargamels - Somewhere In The Mob  6%
7 The Smurfs - Honeymoon In Roswell  0%
8 The Smurfs - Sabrina  0%
9 The Smurfs - Buffy  0%
10 The Smurfs - She Loves A T-1000  0%
11 The Smurfs - Leo  0%
12 The Smurfs - I Don't Want To Be With You  0%
13 The Smurfs - She's So Ugly  6%
14 The Smurfs - Holodeck Girl  0%
15 The Smurfs - Pop Punk Wuss  0%
16 The Smurfs - Nuke My School  0%
17 The Smurfs - I Love Your Nintendo Not You  6%
18 The Smurfs - Free Cable  11%
Come back on or after Saturday, May 5 to vote for your favorite songs

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Ed from Bartlett, IL 
Aug 14 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great snotty punk rock, the way I live it most. For fans of old connie dungs,got milf?,and other mid to late 90's pop punk along the lines of mutant pop records and paranoid records. get it because it's cheap and fabulous.

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Jerrad from Albany, OR 
Dec 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this cd it rocks,if you like Joe Jitsu,The Peabodys,The Queers or The Ramones or Mutant Pop Records you will like this cd it rocks.

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Linda from Abingdon, VA 
Nov 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD rules ass. I don't know about you, but I love pop-punk bands that remember the "punk" part of it. Both these bands rock, but I guess I like The Smurfs a little better. They both sound like this is their first recording, which makes sense. It's hard to fake the earnestness of the beginning of a band's journey into the ugly, but hopefully rewarding, world of Punk Rock.

I guess some people would say Blink-182 still plays punk rock, or pop-punk or whatever. But they, and bands like them, don't know shit about "punk" anymore. It's more than a word; it's more than a style of music; it's more than just a fucking mohawk. Stupid fucks like Blink and NFG and Midtown and Yellowcard (yes, I realize they have a violinist, but yet somehow I can't tell the difference) and Good Charlotte and a million other bands that sound just like them have fucking ruined pop-punk, and have fucking damn near ruined Punk Rock itself. They're like a cancer we could cut out, but we can't get our lazy arms to work.

They forgot how great real pop-punk was, and, if you look hard enough, still is. They have no cred with me; if they all died, I'd throw a party (but I doubt anyone would show). But this is the music I would play. This is still "real", whatever the fuck that means.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty darn good pop-punk cd. Watch these guys in the upcomming years, im sure they are going to make really good punk records. Both bands are very good. Deffinitely worth the money.








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