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You Call This Music?! Vol. 2

Geykido Comet 8

Released on September 16, 2002

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This is the second installation of GC Records' infamous YOU CALL THIS MUSIC?! punk compilation. Only a few dollars for over 30 tracks from bands with their own definition of punk! Features artwork by NY artist, FLY. And while you're at it, get Volume 1 if it's missing from your CD collection.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 East Arcadia -Focus Voted #3  10%
2 Toys That Kill -Little Bit Stranger  7%
3 Grand Prixx -Ballad Of Sara And Anna  3%
4 Jag Offs -Porchcore  0%
5 Happy Campers -Reminisce  0%
6 Nazis from Mars -Animal Farm 2084  3%
7 Intro5pect -Sustainable Yield  7%
8 ESL?! -Tycho Brahe  0%
9 Kill the Scientist -I Saw....  0%
10 Backside -Dear God From Me Voted #2  13%
11 As I -Revolution Calls  0%
12 Diabolical Exploits -Lies  0%
13 Operation Cliff Clavin -A Bomb and A Plan  0%
14 Spazz -Typical Hardcore Song #1  0%
15 Pillbox Terror -Christine  0%
16 Chris Dodge/Dave Witte -Whiffletree  3%
17 Voids -Capitalist Voted #1  27%
18 Jack Killed Jill -Everyday  7%
19 Zero Content -An Archist  0%
20 Peelander Z -Rocket Gold Star  0%
21 Libertine -Moscow  0%
22 Pornshot -Mad Song  0%
23 Lucid Nation -Commercial  0%
24 Friday Knights -Again  0%
25 Lipstick Pickups -Can't Resist That Boy  0%
26 Devil is Electric -The New World  0%
27 Bikini Bumps -The Cigarette Butt Fiasco  0%
28 Four Letter Words -Slums of Shaolin  0%
29 Fracas -Kill Me  0%
30 UNX -Where Cracks Appear  0%
31 Broken Society -Jock Pit  3%
32 3x Fast -Nothing to Do But Laugh  0%
33 Armistice -Chain of Command  0%
34 Subincision -Punk Chick  7%
35 Microsurgeon -Bug Report  10%
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Sonic from Fairfield, CT 
Dec 6 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The only reason I bought this was the Spazz song, but I think most of the comp is awesome! But that's just my opinion. My taste in music is extremely weird. The songs are loud, fast and weird. The sound quality is incosistent. But most of the songs, I think, are still good. I skip past a song every here and there, but I think a lot of them are still okay.

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Jeff from Littlestown, PA 
Sep 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I thought this CD was great. There is a lot of wierd bands on here. Like nazis from mars, and micro surgeon. The micro surgeon song is awesome. And spazz is on this CD. How could you not want to by it? Some tracks sound like they were recorded in a garage but still sound good. Buy this CD if you like comps who have every type of music on it. Well put together.

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Timothy from Temple City, CA 
Jun 3 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I was pretty disapponted with this cd. There are only a couple of tracks that deserve attention. You're definitely getting what you pay for with this cd. In other words, don't expect much.

Maybe I've heard too many punk compilations, or maybe I'm just getting old (probably both), but this cd left a lot to be desired. Also, it doesn't help that, as mentioned in the other review posted here, you have to keep turning the volume up and down. I'd have to say that you're better off saving your money, or taking a chance on a comparably priced 7" that has a collector's angle to it - like colored vinyl.

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Tim from North Chili, NY 
Dec 16 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A great comp from a great label. GC Records has put some incredible punk into the world, and they've never been afraid of experimental styles. This comp features some of their bands, plus bands from other labels, including a LOT of unreleased tracks. It loses some points for not being mastered particularly well (you'll have to play with your volume from time to time) but earns them back for being $3.50.

The high points: Nazis From Mars - Atom and his Package meets Andrew WK meets the Sex Pistols. Nice! Intro5pect - I've been desperately in love with these guys for a while. They have a unique mix of punk, electronica, and oi that must be heard to be believed. "Sustainable Yield," the track on this collection, is very good but doesn't quite do them justice...they've got a killer 7" on GC Records that's cheaper than dirt, and you shall buy it. Backside - NOFX meets Good Riddance back when they were actually good. The Voids - Nifty old school hardcore...I've never heard a chick sing this fast. Libertine - Syracuse punks represent! WOOOO! Microsurgeon - Another band I've been into for a while. Catchy-as-hell fast melodic synth-punk.

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