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We Are The Union

Who We Are

Released on June 20, 2007

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'Who We Are' is the highly anticipated debut full-length release from Ann Arbor Michigan's We Are The Union. Featuring 11 tracks of melodic, double-timed, ska-punk and with influences ranging from pop-punk to hardcore, it's the perfect soundtrack for thrashin' bowls, drinking beers, or pissing off your neighbors. Recommended for fans of Rehasher, Less Than Jake, Lifetime,and Set Your Goals.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mtv Is Over, If You Want It  8%
2 This Is My Life (and It's Ending One Minute At A Time) Voted #2  19%
3 "your Allowance Exceeds My Rent"  6%
4 I Am Like John Cusack... Voted #1  21%
5 You Can Have This Microphone When You Pry It From My Cold, Dead Fingers  2%
6 War On Everything  0%
7 We're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat  13%
8 Occupational Hazard  4%
9 Do Not Attempt To Adjust Your Tv Set  4%
10 These Colors Flee The Scene  4%
11 Ourcore Voted #3  19%
Come back on or after Wednesday, June 20 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Nov 22 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A ridiculously catchy pop punk/melodic hardcore/ska album. Somehow WATU manages to blend all genres with what seems like little effort. Filled with breakdowns, gang vocals, horn lines and even some clapping. All songs flow well except for These Colors Flee The Scene, it sounds like it doesn't belong on this album since it's much slower and has some not so good screaming in it.

Best songs: I Am Kinda Like John Cusak..., This Is My Life(And It's Ending One Minute At A Time), Occupational Hazard and Ourcore. I'd recommend it for fans of Less Than Jake, Set Your Goals, or The Flatliners.

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Andrew from Hollidaysburg, PA 
Oct 31 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Catchy ska/pop-punk/hardcore/some-other-subgenre hasn't been like this before. Awesome tunes that sounds like a good mixture of Less Than Jake, Set You Goals, Four Year Strong, and New Found Glory.

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Daniel from Stuart, VA 
Aug 28 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Think of Less than Jake. If you love them, you will like We Are The Union. Another great band on Community Records. Just Buy! Hell just buy any band on the Community Records label!

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Greg from Danbury, CT 
Apr 18 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"One of the best pop-punk/ska-core albums ever written" is the only description that comes to mind when thinking of what to tell someone who I want to check out WATU. Every song is filled with catchy hooks and great music that will stick in your head for weeks on end. The album never gets old and has been in constant rotation in my CD player since I bought it. It starts off strong with "MTV Is Over If You Want" and ends just as strong, if not stronger with the group chanting "We're just being who we are/We take the road less traveled on/We're not reaching for the stars" on the last song "Ourcore" (which is my favorite track off the album. They stuck to their guns and put out one of the best, catchiest records of '07 with "Who We Are" Buy the CD, it's only $6!

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Jefferson from Oak Harbor, WA 
Apr 11 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album really sticks out among the clusterfuck. It's hard for an ignoramus like me to stumble across good melodic hardcore bands, so imagine my excitement when I found these guys. Just good fast tunes all the way through. Anyone can make one good song, but making an entire album awesome is the hallmark of a rad band. Don't worry about the vocals either. No stupid whiny shit. They also mix ska into the music as well. To me, melodic hardcore and ska is kind of a strange mix, but it works out, as evidenced by the album (listen to it free on purevolume!) So yes, buy this record (after you listen to it on purevolume fer free.)

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