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Millencolin

Home From Home

Epitaph/Burning Heart 82021

Released on March 12, 2002

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The most diverse record from Millencolin ever! From new hard-hitting tracks to classic "Millen-sounding" tracks, Home From Home explores the depth of this band's musical talents. From the first track, this CD slams a treble hook in you ear and doesn't let go!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 19 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Man Or Mouse  8%
2 Fingers Crossed Voted #1  18%
3 Black Eye Voted #2  16%
4 Montego  4%
5 Punk Rock Rebel  6%
6 Kemp  8%
7 Botanic Mistress  4%
8 Happiness For Dogs Voted #3  10%
9 Battery Check  8%
10 Fuel To Flame  3%
11 Afghan  8%
12 Greener Grass  4%
13 Home From Home  6%
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James from Wolverhampton, United Kingdom 
Oct 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmm...Well its hard to know what to write. I coud say its a superb album, but i'd be lying. It's just lacks the one thing that made Millencolin GREAT back in the day....unpredictability. However, there are some good songs such as 'greener grass' and 'battery check' which stand out from the more emo 'lets feel sorry for ourselves songs' Not the swedes best effort.

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Jordan from Apo, AP 
Aug 15 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Millencolin have digressed from the punk bit they started with, but it was a good move for them (unlike Face to Face). This CD is rock and roll and it does both. Ok not so much the latter. It is still pretty fast and its very catchy. It's definitely meant to be played at full volume. Its one of there best CD's, I am still partial to Life on a Plate, but a must for any fans of good rock music.

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Alex from Claremore, OK 
Apr 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album was great... at times it's not quite so "punk" or whatever, but it's just some all around great music... millencolin is truly amazing and besides, the cd is packaged really cool, so you can't go wrong there...

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Elliott from West Point, GA 
Mar 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

“Home From Home” is, in my opinion, the greatest Millencolin album yet. With a slightly different sound, awesome guitar riffs, and great vocals, this album rocks so much it hurts to listen to. If you don’t own this album yet, there’s something wrong with you.

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Ikumu from Lorton, VA 
Jan 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Took me a while to get used to their new sound. It's like, Life on a Plate/Tiny Toons, For Monkeys, and other older albums seemed a bit mmm...well let's just say that this album really shows how they've matured in their music writing. At first I really didn't like this album at all, but honestly, it might be one of their best. Don't be a music snob.

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Matt from Ballwin, MO 
Aug 7 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

If you like old Millencolin, then you probably still won't like this. It lacks the very little edge they ever had, as well as....well everything that makes a good cd. From start to finish, the album features annoying pop and very little instrumental variety. Try again.

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Todd from Annapolis, MD 
May 28 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the best Millencolin cd i have. Lots of it doesn't sound like what everyone has come to expect from them, but there are a few tracks that are the normal millencolin sound.

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Joey from Lake Luzerne, NY 
May 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is really cool, i was hoping they would do some more ska like in their days of old, but i think that their done with that from now on. the album is still really great. i dont know about anyone else but the song "man or mouse" makes me wanna have sex.

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Justin from Springfield, OH 
Apr 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Millencolin has done it again! As good, if not better, than Pennybridge Pioneers. Unbelieveable guitar skills and vocals at their peak, with riffs that will keep your foot tapping and your mouth hummin for days. A must have for any fan of Millencolin and a wonderful way to get into a great band. It's a must have!

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J.r. from Winchester, VA 
Apr 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Not much to say. This CD continues the great steps into improvement Millencolin was making to their sound with Pennybridge Pioneers. These guys fuse the rich rock sound with a punk flavor and every once in a while you'll here some ska influence in there. This CD has it all so buy it. Favorite tracks of mine include: Blackeye, Greener Grass, Happiness for Dogs, and Botanic Mistress is an extremely catchy (and cute) song.

 
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