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Briggs

Is This What You Believe?

Northeast 4

Released on May 5, 2001

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This is THE BRIGGS Debut release. It's a mixture of Punk/Oi!/Rock & Roll. 12 tracks that show a large diversity of sounds and topics. Real sing-along anthems and Fast Raw Punk without loosing the melody. Album influences: Clash, Stiff Little Fingers, Ramones, Buzzcocks, Cock Sparrer, Rancid, Pogues, Op Ivy

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Home Sweet Home  1%
2 Filtered  6%
3 Train Of Thought Voted #3  14%
4 Giving Up  8%
5 Believe Voted #2  16%
6 Blame  10%
7 Devil's Playground Voted #1  17%
8 It Won't Take Long  5%
9 Unfriendly  3%
10 One Step Behind  9%
11 Indianna Jim Jones (And The People's Temple Of Doom)  3%
12 Far Away  8%
Come back on or after Saturday, May 5 to vote for your favorite songs

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Kevin from Markham, ON Canada 
Jun 18 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Raw, interesting, sometimes downright confusing. This CD puts a smile on my face every time. Buy it if you already have at least one later Briggs release, and if you truly like to enjoy interesting music.

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Efren from Long Beach, CA 
Apr 21 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Decent first album. you can hear them coming into their own style. some good songs some not so good. but definatly worth checking out!!

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Jonny from Stanwood, WA 
Nov 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great cd, not there best but still good. you can tell that they are just starting out and looking for a sound. all in all its worth it if your a briggs fan.

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Aaron from El Paso, TX 
Oct 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is 1 of my favorite bands. but if u want a really good cd from them you should get numbers thats there best. this cd is wiered it has wiered songs. but still buy it.

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Diane from Butte, MT 
Jan 27 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This has a very different sound from their other CDs. I think a lot of it is they're trying to discover their sound and they've apparently had a hard time finding a drummer. Joey does an awesome job covering vocals, guitars and percussion on this. I love the cover art on this album; it was inspired from a 40s'-era propeganda poster, and I think it fits the album well.

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Ron from Hamilton, OH 
Jan 17 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The Briggs are a great band. This is thier first album and you can tell they hadn't found thier true sound yet. There are some songs that just don't go well with the rest of the album or the other Briggs releases. But this album is still worth having if you like great sing along Oi!

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Jimmy from Clinton Twp., MI 
Jan 2 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

THIS ALBUM IS A LITTLE WEIRD, I LOVE THE BRIGGS AWSOME BAND BUY NUMBERS AND LEAVING THE WAYS THIS ONE...ONLY IF YER A BIG FAN OR IF YOU LIKE SANDINISTA BY THE CLASH

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Jacob from Lancaster, NY 
Nov 11 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

i saw these guys live at the sphere in buffalo w/ flogging molly and lost city angels and they rocked but this cd sucks. get the other cd if your looking into the briggs cause there are only two good songs on this cd and they are Far Far Way, and Devils' Playground.....don't buy the cd just see them live it'll be much better

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Brian from Madison Heights, VA 
Jun 20 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is a pretty ok cd. there are a few good songs. if you're looking for something to blow some money on then i recommend this. i pretty much feel like the other guys.

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Oscar from Madrid, Spain 
Apr 20 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

i bought this album thinking that it was high quality street punk, but when i heard it i was very disapointed. Only 2 or 3 oi-punk songs, the rest are strange songs that i don't know how to describe.

 
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