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Many Moods Of The Vindictives

Liberation 37816

Released on September 6, 1999

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Back in print!!! All the raging fabulous material recorded by this wildman punker group prior to their signing with Lookout back in '94. Twenty-seven tracks featuring all of their hyped-out, pre'94 compilation tracks, singles cuts and EP releases. Originally released on Lookout, it has been out of print for over two years.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Irresponsible  5%
2 The Invisible Man  7%
3 Apt. #2  1%
4 Bonnie's Rampage  4%
5 The Time Of My Life  1%
6 In The Corner  5%
7 Get Lost  1%
8 Ugly American  5%
9 Glad To Be  3%
10 This Is My Face  5%
11 Circles  0%
12 I'm Sick  2%
13 Dummyroom Voted #3  9%
14 I'm In Trouble Now Voted #2  10%
15 Assembly Line Voted #1  19%
16 The Terrible Monster  1%
17 Bonnie's In The Playroom  0%
18 I Know The People  1%
19 Control Me  3%
20 Upside Down  0%
21 La-La Land  2%
22 Future Homeakers Of America  3%
23 Spring Valley Shopping Mall  0%
24 1(900)I-Luv-You  2%
25 Basketcase  1%
26 You Know Who You Are  1%
27 Impatient  0%
28 ...And The World Isn't Flat Anymore  7%
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Doug from Edmonton, AB Canada 
Mar 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

first of all there's close to thirty songs on here and the fact that pretty near all of them are really good makes this a great buy

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Feb 23 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Vindictives are crazy good. Joey's voice may be annoying to some people, but I think it's great. There is a lot of songs on this so it is really worth your money. If your into bands like The Ramones, Screeching Weasel and The Queers.

My favorite song is "Assembly Line". That song is one of my favorite songs ever. It is so great. Easily the best song on the whole entire album. "Irresponsible","Dummyroom", "In the Corner" and "The World Isn't Flat Anymore" are some other great songs that I think you should check out. All of these songs are good though so it is somewhat hard to pick favorites...

I highly hope any punker will check this out so they can see that pop-punk kicks ass.

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Patrick from Carmel, IN 
Oct 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW just WOW! This is essential starter kit for anyone wanting to learn more about The Vindictives. Almost every track on this disc is absolutely flawless. This is pop punk at it's absolute best. Some of their other albums are a bit too experimental for my taste (Hypno-Punk), but this one is just perfect in my eyes. I would recommend it to any fans of Screeching Weasel, The Queers, Manges, Sloppy Seconds, etc...

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Jerry from Macomb, IL 
Jun 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD just rocks my socks. The Vindictives are yet another amazing Chicago punk band, very much in the vein of Screeching Weasel. It just has that snotty kick ass punk rock style that's fast loud and would even make a comatose person want to get up and dance. You get 28 songs, all of them rock hard and are so catchy and infectious.

Sure Joey Vindictives vocals are weird and may be considered terrible to some with narrow minds but I think they're awesome and the vocals just add so much to the Vindictives because they're so unique and furious. You don't hear a voice like all that often that could have you singing along to every song.

And with going back to the songs, I just cannot stress enough how great every single song on here is. The Ramones would be proud of all fast pummeling energy found on these songs and how each one is so catchy. It's impossible to pick favorites because there are so many tracks that will just get stuck in your head. So go buy this and enjoy!

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD will easily make it onto my top 20 punk rock albums list. So many songs and they all sound good. If you are new to the Vindictives you need to get this CD or LP. Amazing songs with strong-snotty delivery. Very humorous band!

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Dan from Wilmington, DE 
May 24 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Funny, catchy, quirky. All of the above describe these pop punkers. Ramones influence? Well no shit, it's a pop punk band, but a damn unique one. They take tha influence but put their own poppy twist on it, and joey's vocals are fucking great, we need some more eccentric singers like him nowadays.

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Vincent from Swannanoa, NC 
Feb 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is like the third time I've bought this album. Without exaggerating, I can say that this one the greatest punk albums ever. Joey Vindictive is a very gifted lyricist who happens to choose to adhere to a punk sensibility. He sings about life with a playfully nihilistic tone. The music is fairly straight-forward, early nineties, midwestern pop punk. A rapid fire rhythm section, strong melodies, lots of la la la's and whoa whoa whoa's. I've had a love affair with this band since I first heard "Partytime for Assholes" a few years back. They've been putting out a bunch of new stuff lately, re-releases and remixes, but this is still the best place to start to experience their wimsical fury. Buy this album.

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Roland from Fairfield, CA 
Apr 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is the first album i got of the vindictives and it fucking rocks. fast, catchy, and funny songs by joey vindictive and johnny personality. For fans of Weasel, Queers, and Ramones

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Mike from Kentwood, MI 
Mar 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the best Vindictives album hands down. Buy it if you're a fan of anything punk that's close to good.

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Luke from Wolverhamton, United Kingdom 
Jan 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Vindictives are a fantastic band, and this CD shows how good they are. There arnt any bad songs on here at all. If you've never heard the Vindictives before, this is the best place to start. One of the best punk albums ever!

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