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Worship And Tribute

WEA 48286

Released on July 9, 2002

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Glassjaw are a five-piece rock band from Long Island, New York. Worship And Tribute is their Warner Bros. Records debut album. Love it or hate it, there is nothing comfortable, or mundane about Worship And Tribute. Picture Elvis Costello fronting the Bad Brains or Morrissey singing with Fugazi. That may (or may not) clue you in to what Worship And Tribute is all about. Painfully passionate and sonically dense, Worship And Tribute is a unique post hardcore hybrid that should bridge both new and old fans alike.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tip Your Bartender  10%
2 Mu Empire  11%
3 Cosmopolitan Blood Loss Voted #3  12%
4 Ape Dos Mil Voted #2  13%
5 Pink Roses  7%
6 Must Have Run All Day  6%
7 Stuck Pig  4%
8 Radio Cambodia Voted #1  14%
9 Cavalcade  5%
10 Trailer Park Jesus  5%
11 Two Tabs Of Mescaline  11%
12 Convectuoso With Hidden Track  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 9 to vote for your favorite songs

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Dinah from Anaheim, CA 
Dec 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence better, but this one is still very awesome. Music can't get any better than this.

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Charley from New York, NY 
Dec 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This band isn't anything you're expecting. No matter what song you've heard, it's gonna surprise you in either a good way or a horrible way. It's definatly different. Daryl's vocals are unique and a little crazy. In my opinion, it's pretty good. Highlight songs are Tip Your Baretender and Must've Run All Day. Sometimes I can get pretty bored of it. Pretty kick ass Christmas present.

Peace and love

Charley Chaos

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Tom from Newtown, PA 
Nov 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Glassjaw is incredible. Every song on here is really good in its own unique way. Even the slow/spacey songs are pretty cool. A definite buy for anyone into emocore or even hardcore. Also, see them live. They're incredible.

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Jeremy from Apo, AP 
Oct 21 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Garbage. Pure garbage, with the exception of maybe 1 or 2 songs. No structure, and crappy vocals. Don't waste your money on this, pick up some Dilinger Escape Plan if you're looking for something hard and crazy.

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Eammon from Bozeman, MT 
Sep 6 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

For some reason, this cd reminds me of listening to Faith no More. Quality from start to finish, even though I do not like every song. The singers voice is incredible but he tends to sing a bit too much (if that makes sense). Every once in awhile I just wanted to turn him off. Worth a listen...

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Jordan from Apo, AP 
Aug 29 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The music is very well done, but the screaming vocals just suck ass. What happened to having an original & talented lead singer like Jeff Ott or Jesse Micheals. Maybe my age is showing cause I just cant get into this screamo shit.

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Jenna from Tomball, TX 
Mar 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great cd, the singer is very talented as far as screaming goes, it is different from all the other "popular" bands out there today! its a great cd and i definatley recommend it!

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Mike from Whitby, ON Canada 
Dec 25 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Okay, first off (in my opinion) you really need to listen to this a good couple of times before you realize the pure brilliance of this album. Yes, it is slower than EYEWTKAS (their first full length), but when the music is this good who gives a shit. Songs like Tip Your Bartender, Pink Roses and Stuck Pig are the harder tracks that sound almost unrehearsed (this is actually a good thing) but have incredible breakdowns that setup the other songs. Those songs are Mu Empire (my favourite track), Ape Dos Mil, and The Gilette Cavalcade of Sports. These are just so damn catchy after a couple of listens you can't help but sing along. Then there are the very slow, which I still dig, such as You Must've Run All Day, Trailer Park Jesus, and if your lucky and get an early copy you'll find a sweet song called Convectuoso. So yeah, this is an amazing album with amazing diversity that seems to take and elaborate the stylings of Piano off of their first album EYEWTKAS.

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