June 30, 2012 at 9:25 am #3649
<p>Spoilers up in here, if you care.</p>
<p>Everyone Else is an Asshole – My god, this is like Another FU Song, except funnier and better musically too. Seriously the funniest song they’ve ever released. It’s a really funny take on the whole "bitter Aaron" thing. This is a wonderful opening for the album, and if I didn’t know anything about RBF I’d be instantly tempted to keep listening after hearing it. Also, a fading outro? Since when does RBF do those? I can only think of All I Want Is More on TTRO off the top of my head. Anyway, 10/10</p>
<p>Punisher – We’ve already heard a low-quality live version, and we already know what it sounds like, but…oh shit, sax solo. That’s awesome. Another great, funny song. By this point I’ve already decided that this might be my new favorite RBF album. 10/10</p>
<p>She’s Not the End of the World – Oh, it’s the "nah nah, nah nah, doo doo doo-doo doo" one from the preview. Jesus CHRIST this is fast. This is faster than anything they’ve done in the past 10 years. I’ve decided by now that I love Matt Appleton. He is definitely hitting some Scott-worthy notes. This is great. 9/10</p>
<p>Don’t Let Me Down Gently – The first cover song. It’s a hell of a lot better than anything on FF&F. Very catchy. The sax is really improving RBF’s sound. Like. a lot. 8/10</p>
<p>I Know You Too Well – Old news, but it’s a fantastic song. I actually learned this one on guitar a few days ago. 9.5/10; it would be a 10 but the fart joke is still off-putting to me even though the rest of it is absolutely fantastic.</p>
<p>Hiding In My Headphones – Not as good as the others. Still pretty cool. Gets stuck in your head. 6.5/10, would be higher if that high-pitched voice was…not high pitched. Like I said in another thread, it’s the Song #3 of this album. There are plenty of other songs that could’ve been chosen as the single, but oh well.</p>
<p>I Dare You To Break My Heart – Not really a ska song at all, more like 80s pop with some horns, but it’s still a really good song. Upbeat and catchy. 9/10</p>
<p>Your Girlfriend Sucks – This is the song I was most excited for from the preview. Oh god, this is hilarious, and I’m pretty sure everyone can relate to these lyrics. I am so incredibly happy that Aaron still knows how to write hilarious songs. 10/10</p>
<p>Don’t Stop Skankin’ – This reminds me so much of 241. Lots of minor chords, and even the way Aaron is saying "Don’t Stop Skankin’ reminds me of the way they all said "TWOOO FOOOUR OOONE" in the original recording. Oh christ, a muted trumpet. I love it. Reminds me of the beginning of Walking Away by Streetlight just because of the mute…and all of a sudden, an entirely different song starts in the middle of this one? Okay, that was a little weird. Still love it. 10/10</p>
<p>Famous Last Words – Wait, hold the phone. That is the beginning to "A Fond Adieu". You know, the thing they used to play before Sell Out at the end of shows. This ought to be interesting…oh, here’s the depressing song. It’s actually pretty much Slow Down with sad lyrics. I like it though! The whole thing is done with an acoustic guitar. Here we have a trombone solo. That’s always a good thing. I’ll give this one 8/10</p>
<p>Lost Cause – Totally picking the mood back up from the previous song. I love the way the verse leads up to the chorus (hard to explain). Very nice, not much else to say about it. 8.5/10</p>
<p>I Love/You Suck – Hahaha, "I love you so much but I think you suck". Basically the same message of "I Know You Too Well", but without the female vocals. Fast, punk-style chorus that goes straight into an awesome trumpet solo with Aaron’s ska noises in the back. Then we have this awesome, inspirational buildup to the final chorus. This kind of reminds me of "She’s Famous Now" for some reason…it sounds like it could’ve been on WDTRSH. Another 10/10 here.</p>
<p>P.S. I Hate You – Another relationship song, surprise surprise. Also another really fast song that kind of slows down at the chorus, which is interesting. This is a song about finally leaving the girl who ruined your life, and it really reminds me of "All I Want is More", in that it just pumps you up and makes you feel like a total fucking badass. 10/10.</p>
<p>The Promise – The last song from the preview is the last song on the actual album. No hidden track at the end (which doesn’t bother me, because those are stupid with most people using mp3 players rather than actual CDs). This is the second cover on the album. It’s slower, more relaxing. Has a nice sax solo. Kind of calms you down from the previous song, haha. I’ll give it a 9/10 because it’s actually really…I guess "sweet" would be a good word? Fuck, I don’t know, I’m still all hyped up from "PS I Hate You". It’s 2 in the morning and I feel like I could run a marathon.</p>
<p>Conclusion: This album is incredible. Amazing. 20/10. It has bits and pieces of what made every other RBF album great: the fast paced ska and humor of TTRO, the great guitar riffs from White Trash, the finely-tuned musicianship of Cheer Up, the depressing and yet oddly comforting lyrics of Why Not?, the happier, upbeat sound from Monkeys, and…the 80s covers from FF&F? I dunno.</p>
<p>Preorder this shit, THEN download the leak. Because I can tell you right now, this album is worth paying for. I cannot WAIT to hear them play some of these songs live. Everyone Else Is An Asshole would be a great show opener. </p>
<p>You cannot fathom how great this album is without checking it out for yourself. I love it; I just absolutely love it.</p>
<p>The Fish are not done. After hearing this I can honestly say that they aren’t going anywhere for a long time. Aaron is going to be 70 years old, sitting in a wheelchair and singing about teenage relationships. And I’m just fine with that as long as the songs he writes in the future are as good as these ones.</p>
<p>So yeah, check it out.</p>
June 30, 2012 at 11:49 am #28627
That’s awesome to hear, but WHERE IS THE FUCKING LEAK?!?!?!?!
June 30, 2012 at 12:01 pm #28628
FOUND IT!!!!!!!!IT’S SOOOOO GLORIOUS!!!!!!
June 30, 2012 at 1:14 pm #28633
I’m just finishing listening to the album now. About to go to bed, as it’s 5:40am, so I’ll just give a few comments. Also, Keith was pretty spot on for the most part.Everyone Else is an Asshole is a great Angry Aaron song. It’s what you expect it to be, in a good way. It’ll be my new pissed at the world song haha. I’ll say 9/10Punisher is a fun song, reminds me of a few people from high school that are “unbearable” and a certain ex haha. 8.5/10She’s Not the End of the World is another great song. Fun again. At least one part is easy to sing along to, the rest is pretty fast. Love the “She is the end of the world part” classic Aaron. 9/10Don’t Let Me Down Gently: Pretty good song, not familiar with the original. It may get forgotten for me a bit, only because the other songs are so great. 7.5/10I Know You too Well to Like You Anymore: We’ve heard it. Fucking fantastic. I’m able to get past the fart thing. Also, it pretty much describes the last 2 years of my most recent relationship, so I like it even more for that reason. 10/10Hiding in My Headphones: Catchy for sure in some parts. Still my least favorite song on the album. I just can’t get past the fucking ridiculous voices. So unnecessary. I think if it weren’t for that I’d really like this song. I’m going to try to learn to tune the voices out (something I’ve gotten good at with the voices in my head all the time haha) 5/10I Dare You to Break My Heart: My 2nd favorite song on the album at the moment. Fucking great song. So psyched for the video. Also pretty much where I’m at relationship-wise at the moment, so that makes me like it even more. 10.5/10Your Girlfriend Sucks: Another hit! I think I like it mostly for the subject haha. Also, the Saving Silverman reference is great. It’s a great song beyond that though too. Makes me think of my roommate last year and how he hated everyone’s girlfriend ever haha. 10/10Don’t Stop Skanking: Not really feeling this one a ton… but I can definitely see it growing on me. I can also see it being a blast to dance to at live shows, so I’m excited to hear it live for that reason. Definitely not as catchy as 241 though. 7/10Famous Last Words: Love that they used the Fond Adieu bit. The song kind of makes me think if it’s about people badgering Aaron about not having a new album for years and not writing new songs, which would be an interesting song. It’s a little meh though, although I dig the skacousticness. May be good if you’re in a chill mood. 7/10Lost Cause: Another one of my favorites at the moment. Again, partially because of past life events. Great story about a bitch giving up on you. Kind of less up-tempo and “Candy Coated” than most of the other songs I think, which is a good variety for me. 10.5/10I Love You/You Suck: Great song again! The chorus is a little fast for my taste, but other than that small complaint it’s pretty perfect. Definitely been there and it’s another awesome bad relationship song from Aaron lol. 9/10P.S. I Hate You: My favorite song on the album at the moment! I really didn’t have super high expectations. After hearing the sample I thought the “P.S. I Hate You” thing was kinda cheesy, but it definitely works. Love how the chorus changes throughout the song, especially at the end. Definitely pumps me up, and like Keith said, makes me feel like a badass haha. 11/10The Promise: After 30 seconds in or so I totally remembered this song and I think it’s a great cover. I do lose a little interest as the song goes on past the first chorus, but it’s still great music in the background, even if I lose focus on it a bit. 9/10Overall: Fucking excellent album. Aaron still has it, Reel Big Fish still has it. Makes me selfishly want another album to see more of this new direction RBF is taking. I’ll hold out hope for some iTunes exclusives or something like that :). I still miss Scott, but not while listening to this, it really makes me forget he’s gone. The horn section is definitely the best sounding it’s EVER been. The backing vocals aren’t quite what they once were, but it’s only a small drop off. I never though I’d say this, but RBF is better now than they were with Scott (crazy). Also makes me selfishly wish they had Scott AND Matt Appleton (That would be unimaginably amazing). I’ll say 9.9/10 on the album (Would be 10/10 if not for the fucking voices in Hiding in My Headphones…)Edit: Ended up writing more than I meant to lol, now time for bed…
June 30, 2012 at 1:39 pm #28641
Forgot to mention that I love the Message to You Rudy homage at the end of Don’t Stop Skanking
June 30, 2012 at 1:59 pm #28642
I would right my review but I am shaking so bad and I can’t even think. Blown awayyyyyyyy
June 30, 2012 at 2:03 pm #28643
and crying in my pillow
June 30, 2012 at 2:04 pm #28644
Yeah dude, I’m too stoked too sleep. Commencing 4th listen through lol.
June 30, 2012 at 2:22 pm #28645
Anyone have any idea what the little message at the end of the Message to You Rudy part of Don’t Stop Skanking is saying?
June 30, 2012 at 2:25 pm #28646
I think it’s just an ode to ska and all its greatness
June 30, 2012 at 3:12 pm #28647
omg omg omg …………………………..
June 30, 2012 at 3:25 pm #28648
listening to it for the first time! i’m a “candy coated fury” virgin still.
June 30, 2012 at 3:35 pm #28650
Seriously, why didn’t they hire a Sax player earlier.
Matt is doing an amazing job on so many songs.
June 30, 2012 at 3:44 pm #28652
June 30, 2012 at 3:45 pm #28653
it’s totally weird that I enjoy A LOT “hiding in my headphones”?
June 30, 2012 at 3:55 pm #28654
For real? it’s my only tumbs down on the album I think.
On my second listening m I believe Don’t let me down gently and Don’t stop skanking are my favorite yet.
June 30, 2012 at 3:57 pm #28655
hahaha, yeah, for real hahaha, Punisher is an awesome song, the sax solo it’s amazing.
June 30, 2012 at 4:07 pm #28656
So true! this album is all about sax solos… haha 😛
June 30, 2012 at 4:09 pm #28657
This topic is full of thick irony or thick fanboyism.There is some good stuff on it, but it’s really muddled and sloppily put together.I really do like Famous Last Words. I even like it better than when they did it six years ago (see Our Live Album track “A Fond Adieu”).I also really like Don’t Let Me Down Gently.And The Promise is probably the best written and constructed song on the album. Huh… what? He DIDN’T? Oh… man…Hiding in my Headphones has really grown on me in a short while, but it’s two minutes too long.Oh, and the crackly effect during “A Message To You, Rudy” is AWFUL.I challenge someone to step up and say this isn’t their worst album of original material.
June 30, 2012 at 4:16 pm #28658
this isn’t their worst album of original material. that goes to “We’re not happy…”, yeah, i hate that album. it has like 2 good songs.
June 30, 2012 at 4:22 pm #28660
They don’t HAVE a worst album of original material, because they’re all great. If I had to choose it’d probably have to be Everything Sucks because none of the songs were developed enough to be recorded yet.
June 30, 2012 at 5:09 pm #28664
Really? You can’t even be objective to recognize the definition of the word “worst”?There are opinions, but effort, quality and heart can be seen. This album has the least of those.
June 30, 2012 at 5:32 pm #28665
like your post…if you don’t like it, don’t hear it, but because you don’t like it, you don’t have to come here and rant about it and try to change the mind of people that are actually enjoying it. I know it’s a forum, and people can say what they think freely, but “the challenge” thing was absurd.it’s a great and fun album, i listened to it 3 times in a row, something that i could not do with “We’re not happy…” even when it launched.
June 30, 2012 at 6:35 pm #28668
The word “worst” has too much of a negative connotation to describe any original material RBF has ever come out with
June 30, 2012 at 6:47 pm #28669There is some good stuff on it, but it\’s really muddled and sloppily put together.I really do like Famous Last Words. I even like it better than when they did it six years ago (see Our Live Album track \”A Fond Adieu\”).I also really like Don\’t Let Me Down Gently.And The Promise is probably the best written and constructed song on the album. Huh… what? He DIDN\’T? Oh… man…Hiding in my Headphones has really grown on me in a short while, but it\’s two minutes too long.Oh, and the crackly effect during \”A Message To You, Rudy\” is AWFUL.I challenge someone to step up and say this isn\’t their worst album of original material.You poor poor soul, smdh. I’m just curious what you mean by sloppily put together and muddled. I also would like to know if you have any music background of some sort. The crackling sound is PERFECT. Its a tribute to two-tone, you know… vintage stuff.
June 30, 2012 at 6:49 pm #28670
Everyone Else is an Asshole – My god, this is like Another FU Song, except funnier and better musically too. Seriously the funniest song they\’ve ever released. It\’s a really funny take on the whole \”bitter Aaron\” thing. This is a wonderful opening for the album, and if I didn\’t know anything about RBF I\’d be instantly tempted to keep listening after hearing it. Also, a fading outro? Since when does RBF do those? I can only think of All I Want Is More on TTRO off the top of my head. Anyway, 10/10
Punisher – We\’ve already heard a low-quality live version, and we already know what it sounds like, but…oh shit, sax solo. That\’s awesome. Another great, funny song. By this point I\’ve already decided that this might be my new favorite RBF album. 10/10
She\’s Not the End of the World – Oh, it\’s the \”nah nah, nah nah, doo doo doo-doo doo\” one from the preview. Jesus CHRIST this is fast. This is faster than anything they\’ve done in the past 10 years. I\’ve decided by now that I love Matt Appleton. He is definitely hitting some Scott-worthy notes. This is great. 9/10
Don\’t Let Me Down Gently – The first cover song. It\’s a hell of a lot better than anything on FF&F. Very catchy. The sax is really improving RBF\’s sound. Like. a lot. 8/10
I Know You Too Well – Old news, but it\’s a fantastic song. I actually learned this one on guitar a few days ago. 9.5/10; it would be a 10 but the fart joke is still off-putting to me even though the rest of it is absolutely fantastic.
Hiding In My Headphones – Not as good as the others. Still pretty cool. Gets stuck in your head. 6.5/10, would be higher if that high-pitched voice was…not high pitched. Like I said in another thread, it\’s the Song #3 of this album. There are plenty of other songs that could\’ve been chosen as the single, but oh well.
I Dare You To Break My Heart – Not really a ska song at all, more like 80s pop with some horns, but it\’s still a really good song. Upbeat and catchy. 9/10
Your Girlfriend Sucks – This is the song I was most excited for from the preview. Oh god, this is hilarious, and I\’m pretty sure everyone can relate to these lyrics. I am so incredibly happy that Aaron still knows how to write hilarious songs. 10/10
Don\’t Stop Skankin\’ – This reminds me so much of 241. Lots of minor chords, and even the way Aaron is saying \”Don\’t Stop Skankin\’ reminds me of the way they all said \”TWOOO FOOOUR OOONE\” in the original recording. Oh christ, a muted trumpet. I love it. Reminds me of the beginning of Walking Away by Streetlight just because of the mute…and all of a sudden, an entirely different song starts in the middle of this one? Okay, that was a little weird. Still love it. 10/10
Famous Last Words – Wait, hold the phone. That is the beginning to \”A Fond Adieu\”. You know, the thing they used to play before Sell Out at the end of shows. This ought to be interesting…oh, here\’s the depressing song. It\’s actually pretty much Slow Down with sad lyrics. I like it though! The whole thing is done with an acoustic guitar. Here we have a trombone solo. That\’s always a good thing. I\’ll give this one 8/10
Lost Cause – Totally picking the mood back up from the previous song. I love the way the verse leads up to the chorus (hard to explain). Very nice, not much else to say about it. 8.5/10
I Love/You Suck – Hahaha, \”I love you so much but I think you suck\”. Basically the same message of \”I Know You Too Well\”, but without the female vocals. Fast, punk-style chorus that goes straight into an awesome trumpet solo with Aaron\’s ska noises in the back. Then we have this awesome, inspirational buildup to the final chorus. This kind of reminds me of \”She\’s Famous Now\” for some reason…it sounds like it could\’ve been on WDTRSH. Another 10/10 here.
P.S. I Hate You – Another relationship song, surprise surprise. Also another really fast song that kind of slows down at the chorus, which is interesting. This is a song about finally leaving the girl who ruined your life, and it really reminds me of \”All I Want is More\”, in that it just pumps you up and makes you feel like a total fucking badass. 10/10.
The Promise – The last song from the preview is the last song on the actual album. No hidden track at the end (which doesn\’t bother me, because those are stupid with most people using mp3 players rather than actual CDs). This is the second cover on the album. It\’s slower, more relaxing. Has a nice sax solo. Kind of calms you down from the previous song, haha. I\’ll give it a 9/10 because it\’s actually really…I guess \”sweet\” would be a good word? Fuck, I don\’t know, I\’m still all hyped up from \”PS I Hate You\”. It\’s 2 in the morning and I feel like I could run a marathon.
Conclusion: This album is incredible. Amazing. 20/10. It has bits and pieces of what made every other RBF album great: the fast paced ska and humor of TTRO, the great guitar riffs from White Trash, the finely-tuned musicianship of Cheer Up, the depressing and yet oddly comforting lyrics of Why Not?, the happier, upbeat sound from Monkeys, and…the 80s covers from FF&F? I dunno.
Preorder this shit, THEN download the leak. Because I can tell you right now, this album is worth paying for. I cannot WAIT to hear them play some of these songs live. Everyone Else Is An Asshole would be a great show opener.
You cannot fathom how great this album is without checking it out for yourself. I love it; I just absolutely love it.
The Fish are not done. After hearing this I can honestly say that they aren\’t going anywhere for a long time. Aaron is going to be 70 years old, sitting in a wheelchair and singing about teenage relationships. And I\’m just fine with that as long as the songs he writes in the future are as good as these ones.
So yeah, check it out.
Spot fucking on man
June 30, 2012 at 7:13 pm #28671Was I still counting in this 😛 ?–I kind of understand where you’re going. It’s true, they have had way better albums.
Aaron is far from being the best producer, it has mistakes,some parts of this album is … questionable if not completly terrible.
But saying it’s their worst album of original material is exagerating,I believe.
June 30, 2012 at 7:18 pm #28672
June 30, 2012 at 7:37 pm #28675
Noooo. 2 songs, really?I liked We\’re not happy better, I think 😛 . even if it sounds like a tin can, most of the time.
I think this is my fav sounding album guys… It’s all about the atmosphere and mood for me. It matches the album cover for me lol
June 30, 2012 at 7:48 pm #28676
Some thing I’ve noticed about the album…. I LOVEEEEEE the fading outros in some of the songs, something they’ve haven’t done very often. Also with the sax… I feel like it’s been with them forever. I am really excited what Matt brings to the band. Just think about RBF with Scott AND Matt! Woahhhh, sorry drunkkkk
June 30, 2012 at 11:50 pm #28681
The Wind: This topic is full of thick irony or thick fanboyism.Was I still counting in this 😛 ?–I kind of understand where you\’re going. It\’s true, they have had way better albums.Aaron is far from being the best producer, it has mistakes,some parts of this album is … questionable if not completly terrible.But saying it\’s their worst album of original material is exagerating,I believe.This is an appropriate response.
I really wanted to love it, and there are a lot of songs that are good, but there are even more that could be good.
I’ve been saying it for years, everybody, especially Aaron Barrett, needs an outside opinion. He can’t produce his own work. If you disagree, remember this is the man that put Everybody’s Drunk and Please Don’t Tell her on Monkeys for Nothing in favour of Bang! The Mouse Explodes. He has displayed such creativity in songwriting that doesn’t just follow a formulaic ska punk song (see Bang!, Suckers, Trendy, Til I Hit The Ground, The Fire, Peter Bones, etc). Hiding In My Headphones displays this creativity (despite its massive structural problems), so I know he still has it.
The generic flavour of a quarter of the album aside, most songs suffer immensly by poor song structure. Too many verses, too many endings, and the song keeps going.
I don’t have a musical background, but I have an education that involves sound design and I’ve been listening to rock music long enough to know what works. The record crackle is a sound of its own, and the rest of the tracks come through crystal clear. I get what it’s trying to do, and I think that’s neat, but it’s a bad effect.
Like I’ve been saying for years, I’m not trying to spread hate for a band that I love. I’m expressing my desire to love the band even more because I know that Aaron Barrett is a much more capable songwriter and arranger than what he has displayed in the past five years.
June 30, 2012 at 11:51 pm #28682
This fucking quoting system.
June 30, 2012 at 11:58 pm #28684
that’s totally different than saying that is their worst album… I agree with what you say in your last post, Aaron totally should look for a producer, a mixer, and someone else to master (preferably one for each task) his albums.
July 1, 2012 at 1:50 am #28685
not really. It’s pretty much the same.
Like The Wind, I too noticed the structure issues, but, truth be told, it didn’t bother me nearly as much as the use of fade outs. Songs with endings are wicked swell… if you write a song, write and record an ending. Fade outs are acceptable if you play disco… in which case, seppuku is also acceptable.
That being said, I was rather surprised by how surprised I was by this album. Lots of little creative steps that I didn’t expect from RBF. It’s fun. Everyone probably knows that i’m not the type of music fan that frets when a band isn’t the same as they were 10 years ago. I’m also not the guy who keeps calling for the producer bit when it’s obvious that Aaron refuses to do business that way. While I hear the same things The Wind hears, I’m happier to celebrate what this album is than I am to frown about what it isn’t.
In my opinion, It’s the freshest sounding album they’ve made in ten years. To me, it’s the first time I’ve felt like an RBF album exists for a reason that isn’t “LOOK WHAT JIVE DIDN’T LET US DO! MAN, IT REALLY SUCKED WHAT JIVE DID TO US! YOU REMEMBER THAT? THOSE GUYS ARE MEAN! HEY REMEMBER WHEN JIVE DROPPED US?!”. Which was at least a little more interesting than “We’re Not Happy’s” “MAN WE REALLY HATE BEING ON JIVE” shtick.
It’s got all of the things I love about RBF and a few new things I dig. It’s a cool new album for the summer. That’s all it has to be. It’s not the RBF with a producer album that could be, but, at this point, anyone expecting that should get acquainted with the disappointment. It’s gonna be a while. sure. “hiding in my headphones” has two too many guests on it (just aaron and coolie would have made this track stronger, for me). There are things I don’t love about the production, but Nothing really worth bitching about. This album is much more a step in the right direction than it is in the wrong. I won’t call it their “best”, I won’t call it their “worst” (mostly because these are ridiculous words to try and use when talking about art).
I like this album. Nice to see most of you feel the same. I’m glad to see it.
July 1, 2012 at 2:23 am #28687
Thank you guys for not being dogmatic idiots. Its nice to read some well written opinions for a change.
July 1, 2012 at 2:41 am #28688
This album is Reel Big Fish trying too hard to be Reel Big Fish, which has essentially always been my problem with the Forces of Evil. Turn the Radio Off came out 16 years ago.Better than the original stuff on Monkeys, though. There are a few gems. I Know You Too Well is definitely a stand-out…unfortunately, Hiding in My Headphones suffers from following it and doesn’t really work on the album. The sax solos are definitely a huge bonus, and I’m not even the biggest sax fan. I think the production actually sounds fine (aside from that cracking thing…I get what The Wind meant); maybe because it’s actually new material, but it’s not bland and lifeless like FFF, and there are no odd mixing decisions like A Best of Us.Best track? I vote Famous Last Words.
July 1, 2012 at 3:03 am #28689
AngryOpossum: Thank you guys for not being dogmatic idiots. Its nice to read some well written opinions for a change.
You’re right, I must be an idiot for not being overly critical of my favorite band.
People (myself included) love this album. Sure, some parts are a little off, but it doesn’t detract from the overall quality.
And how can Reel Big Fish try too hard to be Reel Big Fish? They ARE Reel Big Fish. They’re a wacky ska band that sings about bad relationships. I agree that when Aaron moves away from that formula, he writes some really interesting stuff, but again, that doesn’t detract from the quality of these songs. They’re not going to change the way I live my life, but they’re fun. That’s what ska is about.
July 1, 2012 at 3:04 am #28690Best track? I vote Famous Last Words.Really? It’s one of the best, for sure. But the lyrics makes me sad.I can’t chose that one.
July 1, 2012 at 3:22 am #28691
Just started listening….fucking amazing!!! The best RBF album since TTRO. So awesome, such great ska grooves, tight recording, great vocals, chicks cool, double vocals always rock, don’t let me down is awesome, every song is awesome. I’m so fuckin happy. I hope there are bonus tracks for the itunes version that we can’t get!!!! until then !
PS- Hiding in my HEADPHONES is amazing in the home theatre sound system- bass is finally pumped up RBF good job!
July 1, 2012 at 3:24 am #28692
I LOVE “Famous Last Words”….its got the little base interlude they play before the end of the show sometimes. And the lyrics are so relatable, and true. Keep it real Reel Big Fish. You guys have saved my life through music.
July 1, 2012 at 3:25 am #28693
July 1, 2012 at 3:41 am #28694
And the lyrics are so relatable,
Really? It’s probably the most personnal track Aaron put on the record. It talks so much about him . But yea, everybody has their own way of interpreting music, or any sort of creation so…
July 1, 2012 at 3:42 am #28695
I’ve been lurking this board way too often lately, damnit.
July 1, 2012 at 3:46 am #28696
I totally do not vote Famous Last Words! I meant Lost Cause. Misread the track list.
<blockquote style=”margin: 0 0 0 40px; border: none; padding: 0px;”>And how can Reel Big Fish try too hard to be Reel Big Fish? They ARE Reel Big Fish. They’re a wacky ska band that sings about bad relationships. I agree that when Aaron moves away from that formula, he writes some really interesting stuff, but again, that doesn’t detract from the quality of these songs. They’re not going to change the way I live my life, but they’re fun. That’s what ska is about.I mean these songs don’t sound artistically driven by anything except the desire to sound like Reel Big Fish songs.
July 1, 2012 at 3:52 am #28697
“Famous Last Words” could be about Aarrons experience in a band, with recording bullshit and politics of the industry..but could also be a metaphor for drug addiction and the constant roller coaster of that life, trying to get out but always being pulled back in.
July 1, 2012 at 4:07 am #28698
I really, really like this album. Upbeat, catchy, and certainly worthy of the RBF name. Not sure where I’d rank it in with the rest of the albums, but it’s definitely on par with the majority of them. Like Sonic Libido, I prefer to cherish the album we got instead of wish for the album we don’t have. The whole band is very tight musically, and even though the production isn’t perfect, it still really works for me.
My favorite track is probably Punisher, with the very close runner-ups being P.S. I Hate You, Everyone Else is an Asshole, and I Dare You to Break My Heart.
Also, Don’t Stop Skankin’ is great and reminds me of a 1920’s jazz-type feel. I really hope I get to hear it live.
July 1, 2012 at 4:22 am #28699
The last song on the album, “The Promise” is the best. I like hearing the serious, sad and real side to Reel Big Fish.
They should do an entire album of only reggae songs, laid back, serious reggae songs.
July 1, 2012 at 4:27 am #28700! I actually like FLW better than Lost Cause.Can’t pick my favorites yet, i’m the worst when it comes to choose for a best song…
my heart balances on every listen.Conclusion: i’m cheesy and half of the record is my favorite song , let’s say
July 1, 2012 at 4:38 am #28702
AngryOpossum: Thank you guys for not being dogmatic idiots. Its nice to read some well written opinions for a change.
You\’re right, I must be an idiot for not being overly critical of my favorite band.
I wasn’t referring to anyone here or anything specific, and I wasn’t being sarcastic. I’m just tired of seeing evaluations reduced to “this sucks” and “this is the best ever” on places like Facebook and YouTube. In all seriousness, it is very refreshing to see people articulate their opinions, whether they are negative or positive.
July 1, 2012 at 10:53 am #28704
I love it, i can see why some people are bitching about the production and song structure and whatnot, but the way I see it is it’s new material for the first time in 5 odd years!Sure it’s not as good as TTRO or WDTRSH (hush if you hate on the second one there!) or even Cheer Up! (now I know most of you chaps hate CU! but that’s the album that got me into RBF, and the album that was pretty much the soundtrack to my summer when I was 16 and just hanging and partying with all my mates all the time so suck it :P)BUT what it IS is a good representation of what RBF traditionally are and what the direction is now that Aaron is doing all the work himself and quite frankly I honestly think he’s done a pretty decent job considering he isn’t a ‘proper’ producer. Sure he should clearly get in outside help, but maybe he/they can’t afford it? I think he’s doing a fine job himself and if they continue to put out as fun and catchy songs as this, I’m more than happy with that, ’cause that what I like in my music. Haters gonna hate.Also, turns out I really dig HIMH even though it seems like an army of guest vocals raided the studio, I think the reason is is because I can relate in a weird sort of way, there’s little more I enjoy than be an unsociable fucker and winding my music up to max on my phone/MP3 player and having a little rock show pound my brain!I also massively, hugely, greatly enjoy the verse-to-chorus build up thing-a-me-jigga in Lost Cause, that shit had me pumping the steering wheel in my car yesterday like a complete mad man!Your Girlfriend sucks is another one I can relate to big time, my best mate got with this girl a few years ago and she is one poisonous bitch, can’t be arsed to explain (and you don’t give one damn about the stories) but yeah, that song hit me like a train and had me singing along like a nutter by the second chorus. Windows down, in my city, looking like I’d fled my carer 😀She’s Not The End Of The World, can’t relate one little bit to this, me and my missus are tight, have been since we got together 8 and a half years ago, so this song means nothing to me, however, it is one catchy bastard and I LOVE the speed and energy in it.P.S I Hate You, again, nothing to relate to but again catchy as all hell and as I said before, that’s one of the most important things to me when it comes to music.Conclusion; I’ve rambled on, no doubt missed out words so this will be gibberish, only written about a few songs, and generally just pounded at my keyboard like a tool. But what I mostly want to say is, I fucking love this album, sure not the best RBF, but hell, it’s NEW RBF stuff! It’s what I’ve been wanting for a long time, and it has delivered like a boss. And the leak couldn’t have come at a better time for me, I wanted it before I road trip to Germany in a few weeks so get in!TL:DR = Good album, not their best. Aaron not the best producer but meh, who cares and maybe it’s a cost factor? I gibbered about some songs on the album that I like and gave poor reasons for why I like them. All ‘tidied’ up with possibly the worst ‘conclusion’ of all time.
July 1, 2012 at 4:42 pm #28707
It isn’t their ‘best album ever’, but in my opinion, it is one of the better. I am a sucker for reggae beats so just that alone has hooked me onto this album.
I think the vocals at times are bit sloppy, but I accept it as the ‘punk’ part of Reel Big Fish.
It is a way better album than Monkeys for sure
even Hiding in my headphones is growing on me, but I kind of agree with Windy.. 2 minutes too long
July 1, 2012 at 10:41 pm #28712
I think the thing that’s unfortunate about Reel Big Fish to me is the same thing with any band that’s been around for a while and has accumulated a huge roster of ex-members, and that’s the sense of longing you get for the ex-members. I think I’ve never felt it more than on this album. I can deal with Ryland’s drumming which I’m honestly not the biggest fan of because some of the shit he pulls out is ridiculous. This is Derek’s first original album with the band, and his bass lines are uninspired; they’re just there. That could be a thing with Aaron as the producer, but there are times during songs where I think “So much more could be done here.”And of course, there’s Scott. And I actually don’t mean the vocals. Matt does a great job, especially with the way this album feels. There are a few times where I think “that harmony could have gone somewhere else and somewhere better, and Scott could have taken it there,” but he does some great stuff and even harnesses that Klopfenstein vibrato that I’ve come to know and love. For me, it’s losing him as a trumpet player and how it affected the horn section. Scott isn’t necessarily the best trumpet player, but having only one trumpet player after having two on every single album since Turn the Radio Off is incredibly disorienting. I love the sax solos and they’re implemented well; hell, the solo in Punisher is one of the most perfect moments on the album. So perfect I had to think, “What would Aaron have done with this song if they didn’t have a sax player?” The conclusion I came to was to have a trombone solo instead. I like Dan’s trombone solos better.Basically, this album doesn’t work too well for me in particular. It’s good, it could be stronger, but my problems with it are personal ones that perhaps ironically spawn from a love for the band.
July 1, 2012 at 10:43 pm #28713
An addendum: Every Reel Big Fish song can be made at least 100% better with a Dan Regan trombone solo.
July 1, 2012 at 10:45 pm #28714
Oh, and Lost Cause is still and by far the best song on this album.
July 2, 2012 at 2:03 pm #28742
Ok, so I just caught something with Last Words. The verse beat/chord progression, feels the same as Slow Down. Not that this is a bad thing, but just thought I would say it.
I mean, a lot of the album has little snips of other (older) RBF songs, but that is just fine because they pull it off well and make it a new song that isnt just a rip off of themselves (like terrible bands like Nickelback do)
July 2, 2012 at 3:26 pm #28744
also, I fully agree with those who have said this already, I love the addition of the sax.
They really needed to have the sax player the entire time. It just makes the music so much more full and enjoyable
July 4, 2012 at 6:38 pm #28798
I thought he did stuff like that on purpose. The first lyrics are “Nothing on the radio” and it’s sung just like how it is in Everything Sucks. I see the song as an homage to Reel Big Fish itself…I kind of wish it was the last song on the album.
July 4, 2012 at 10:32 pm #28804
I thought he did stuff like that on purpose. The first lyrics are \”Nothing on the radio\” and it\’s sung just like how it is in Everything Sucks. I see the song as an homage to Reel Big Fish itself…I kind of wish it was the last song on the album.
^this. similar to what the bosstones did with Open And Honest on The Magic Of Youth
July 5, 2012 at 12:36 pm #28818
Rock it With I: Ok, so I just caught something with Last Words. The verse beat/chord progression, feels the same as Slow Down.
I thought he did stuff like that on purpose. The first lyrics are \”Nothing on the radio\” and it\’s sung just like how it is in Everything Sucks. I see the song as an homage to Reel Big Fish itself…I kind of wish it was the last song on the album.
yeah I kind of figured that as well
July 5, 2012 at 12:37 pm #28819
Holy shit! the quote thing worked for me finally!
(work just gave us Firefox, so I guess it was my IE fuckin shit up)
July 5, 2012 at 2:19 pm #28821
July 5, 2012 at 8:17 pm #28828
I’ve been listening to this album since the leak was posted, I’d finally like to review each song. Please let the noob speak.
Everyone Else Is An Asshole – A very nice upbeat song. Will sound great live and should be their opening song. Has some of the funniest lyrics Aaron has written. 9.5/10
Punisher – Another great song. The drum part sets this apart from the others. And holy shit sax solos. 9/10
She’s Not The End Of The World – My favorite song on the album. By a lot. Catchy, with awesome lyrics and horn parts. One of my favorite RBF songs they’ve ever made. 10/10
Don’t Let Me Down Gently – A nice cover, nothing too special, but still a solid track. 8/10
I Know You Too Well To Like You Anymore – I love hearing RBF duets with a girl singer. I’d like to hear more. The only thing I don’t like is the lame fart joke. Otherwise great song. 9/10
Hiding In My Headphones – Ugh…definitely the weakest track on the album. Why they chose this as the single baffles me. It would be so much better without the stupid high pitched voice. The horn breakdown is phenomenal though. And too many guests. 5/10
I Dare You To Break My Heart – Awesome. Great lyrics, sounds like it’s straight off of Cheer Up. I enjoy the five minutes. It’s something they don’t do very often. 9/10
Your Girlfriend Sucks – The one I couldn’t wait to hear in full from the preview. A relatable song. Love the horns. But I’d think we all do in every song on this album. They’re fantastic. 9/10
Don’t Stop Skankin’ – A nice instrumental, doesn’t really sound like a Reel Big Fish song until you hear Aaron yell due to the minor key. Muted trumpet? Yes please. I could live without the bit at the end though. 9.5/10
Famous Last Words – Yes. Yes. Yes. I love hearing the serious side of Aaron. Shows that he’s not just sarcastic, that there’s something there. I love that it’s based from the Sell Out intro as well. 10/10
Lost Cause – Not that big of a fan. I don’t really know why though. It’s not bad, but the other songs just blow it away in my opinion. 7.5/10
I Love/You Suck – Completely relatable. Been in this situation before so it sticks to me. 8/10
P.S. I Hate You – I wonder if they were making fun of the Beatles song here? Anyways, awesome fast paced song gets me pumped up. Reminds me of All I Want Is More or Nothin’ from TTRO. 9.5/10
The Promise – One of my favorite covers they’ve done ever. Love hearing the reggae side of the Fish. This song is a fantastic closer to the album, it’s calm and it’s almost like the album is laying you down to bed after the fast paced songs before it. 10/10
All in all, this album is great. The horns have never sounded better, and the lyrics are great as always. Fantastic work from the Fish as expected. One of my favorites that they’ve made. The only bad thing I can say is that there’s no “Make It Big” or “Spin The Globe”. Well, maybe next album…
July 5, 2012 at 8:35 pm #28829
My interpretation is that, Hiding in my Headphones is the ‘new single’ because it literally mocks the general public and their ability to soak up pop’y music. Might be a song that pop punk/ska kids will fall for and make RBF a name again
Also mocks hipsters who walk around with their headphones on, all emo and shit.
All while encouraging people to live life, ignoring stupid people and enjoying their life, with music.
I think it is a hidden genius
July 6, 2012 at 12:25 am #28835
Everyone Else Is An Asshole – I’m glad they kept the pace up on this one, it could have turned into another bland album song otherwise. The lyrics are simple yet so true. 9/10
Punisher – Has a Forces Of Evil feel, would have perfered a trumpet solo to add to the intensity instead of sax. But it still deserves 10/10
She’s Not The End Of The World – Not the best song in the world but the energy is amazing. Perfect to mosh to but the bridge kills it though. It would be great to hear live while shoving people around but the the bridge is going to make it awkward. 10/10 until the bridge then 7/10 but then it kicks in and back to 10/10
Don’t Let Me Down Gently – Fun, catchy, simple and straight the point. 9 /10
I Know You Too Well To Like You Anymore – I think I’ve already posted about this song, it’s a bit too long and the one joke isn’t the best but the rest is worth it. 8.5/10
Hiding In My Headphones – I like the point the are trying to make but it was poorly executed. Coolie Ranks was the only redeeming part. 4/10
I Dare You To Break My Heart – Good song writing. I like the double chorus. The arena rock solo is WAY TOO SHORT. 9.5/10
Your Girlfriend Sucks – ?/10
Don’t Stop Skankin’ – I’m a sucker for instrumentals, and they delivered. Although 241 will always be my favorite. 9.5/10
Famous Last Words – “Give us new music” says the fans but what we really want is rehashed versions of old songs made to sound new. Could have a darker sound to set the mood a bit, but that may just be my selfishness because I like darker sounds. 9.5/10
Lost Cause – ?/10
I Love/You Suck – ?/10
P.S. I Hate You – ?/10
The Promise – I’m not fimiliar with the original song. There is an odd tempo change in the chorus that speeds up just a bit that kills the feel for me. Maybe it’s just a glitch. I’ll have to hear the cd version. Despite that, it’s a solid cover. 8/10
It may seem weird but the way I see this album is like this; It’s 2001 and Aaron wants to start a ska super group called the Forces of Evil and release and album with Reel Big Fish called Cheer Up that he thinks will “tank”. He comes to his senses and decides that is not a good idea and writes Candy Coated Fury instead. It’s like the opposite of a tear in the time-space continuum – he’s righted the wrongs yet we didn’t have to lose out on great music made by FOE [Which RBF should play a song or two live] so everbody can the best of both worlds. The Stephen Hawking of ska music.
July 6, 2012 at 12:26 am #28836
That’s the only songs I could find on Youtube….
What’s the name of the fast punk song on the teaser?
July 6, 2012 at 3:56 am #28839
The “I know I’ve to to get over you” song right before IKYTWTLYA? That’s I Love/You Suck.
July 6, 2012 at 9:20 am #28842
I don’t really post here anymore, all I did for the past few years was talk shit so I didn’t really want to keep doing that here. But, I did want to come back and give credit where credit is due.I just found this leak, 5 days late shows you how much I care anymore. I gave up, that’s why I left, but this new album is good and it’s made me realize that this is the RBF that Aaron has wanted since the beginning… maybe.TTRO, White Trash, and Cheer Up might have been the perfect storm. There is magic behind those albums, even though the band might not have gotten along that well during those albums, the musical chemistry and production value made those albums something special, not just by RBF standards, but by all ska standards.Compare most ska albums to those three and nobody ever comes close. As those albums have aged I can honestly say they are pretty flawless productions in all aspects. I don’t think it’s fair to compare anything RBF currently does with that period.If you change the name and consider them as a brand new band you’ve never heard before, the music is pretty good. In no way CCF attempt to sound anything like those three albums, CCF is something that would be better compared to The Scholars, Jeffries Fan Club, Save Ferris or Spring Heeled Jack. I think RBF just want’s that more traditional ska sound and that’s a big difference compared to the Mojo records. Those records were more progressive in terms of sound, more like the dynamic Five Iron Frenzy stuff.So if you look at this album as a brand new bands first album, it’s a good start. I think now that RBF is finally where Aaron wants it to be, they will now start a new evolution cycle and eventually I think they will put out some amazing albums. Right now they are at the garage band phase, it just so happens that this garage band goes on world tours and has millions of fans.I don’t hate this album, I think it’s much better than anything recent, I’ve just gotten older and my tastes have changed. I like more progressive music like the RxBandits and Muse, I also listen to a lot of film music, I have a huge love of horns and nothing beats the horns in film music like Inception or The Dark Knight Rises score. I’m a production value snob and that’s just not what Aaron cares about now, he’s making music for himself and not me, I can’t judge him for that.
July 6, 2012 at 12:06 pm #28843
I agree with Cannonball.
July 6, 2012 at 8:45 pm #28847
A couple other points after listening a little more.I think the standout track for me is “The Promise”. This is a really good song, all of the parts are well written and each add to the song in their own way. This is also the only song where I really miss Scott, I can hear his singing in my head and it would have been amazing on this song. If their new sound went in this direction, I would be happy with that.Also, this is the first new album without Scott and it doesn’t really sound that different than anything else they’ve been doing. Really shows how much he contributed on the past few releases.
July 6, 2012 at 9:03 pm #28848
yeah, “The Promise” is a really good song. Although I wouldn’t agree to wanting a full album of it
July 6, 2012 at 9:14 pm #28849
Ya’ll know “The Promise” is a cover, right? Not that it makes it non-awesome, but the main melody and lyrics arent RBF originals.
July 6, 2012 at 9:21 pm #28850
oh shit… yeah I did not know but yup, sure enough it is a Depeche Mode cover. My bad for not really reading/paying attention to everyone’s above reviewsK, so I like the RBF version better then
July 6, 2012 at 9:29 pm #28851
The original artist is “When in Rome”, not Depeche Mode.
July 6, 2012 at 9:43 pm #28852
fml, my bad again (fucking youtube)
July 6, 2012 at 10:39 pm #28853
July 7, 2012 at 3:53 am #28861
Dammit, really? The vocal melody and harmonies were what I really liked. Still a good song, but I really wanted it to be one they wrote, just like how Cannibal and Party Down are really well written and dynamic songs.
August 1, 2012 at 12:16 pm #29028
My first listen of CCF coming in 3… 2… 1… now.
August 1, 2012 at 1:40 pm #29030
wow, make us all look like dicks why don’t ya….
August 1, 2012 at 3:25 pm #29031
… annnnd… I still don’t like it. 😀
Better said: I enjoy listening to most of the songs but no one of them really impressed me. You know, that moment when you just hit pause and say to yourself: “oh shit. I have to listen to this bit again.” – well it just didn’t happen. Not to say this is uninspired: it just doesn’t give me that kind of thrill I got from TTRO or WDTRSH – or even the best of Monkeys.
Anyway, I’m totally cool with it: you can tell the guys enjoyed doing this album so I’m happy. And I’ll probably end up listening to this as much as the FoE album (just a little less than the other RBF albums).
August 1, 2012 at 5:12 pm #29032
I enjoy this whole album SOOO much i just want to stop typing and start skanking and this alb—-
August 6, 2012 at 4:04 pm #29053
I let it sit.
My problem doesn’t longer lie with the lack of creativity; while I still think that the band is way past “just” ska-rock (face it, they’ve been more of a rock band than a punk band for a long time), it’s good ska-rock, except…
I’m not sure I can get over the song structures. They don’t end at the right time, they have inappropriate bridges and refrains. Too many choruses, too many different parts of the songs.
I’ve seriously considered doing a “fan mix” and cutting out that fat to make a really good record.
August 6, 2012 at 4:17 pm #29056
I like the album for some of those reasons, but a fan mix would be awesome either way. You should do it!
August 7, 2012 at 7:44 am #29064
Listening to this album while knowing that tonight I’ll be seeing my only long-term girlfriend to make our break-up official makes me see a lot of the songs under a totally different light. Maybe I should stop it…
August 8, 2012 at 7:57 am #29073
Yay! Break ups!!!
Listen to PS I Hate You, it’ll help!
August 8, 2012 at 8:28 am #29074
Currently, I’m more in a “don’t let me down gently” mood. More precisely, I’m in a “I wish I could hate you” mood (ctually, I discovered Long time ago that my inspiration works best when I’m super pissed off, so I might make a couple of songs out of it).
August 21, 2012 at 9:45 pm #29087
I’m just now listening to the album for the first time. May sound weird coming from me, but I hate downloading music and hate finding it on YouTube. If I want to buy it eventually, anyway. … It feels like cheating otherwise, I guess. So, yeah, just now got the money to spend on it.
February 1, 2013 at 9:29 am #29269
quoting myself from a life ago:
Currently, I’m more in a “don’t let me down gently” mood. More precisely, I’m in a “I wish I could hate you” mood (actually, I discovered long time ago that my inspiration works best when I’m super pissed off, so I might make a couple of songs out of it).
And it really worked: 6 songs about the girl and 3 more about others I’ve been hooking up with while trying to forget the first one. Plus a 5-song electro indie concept about that kind of feeling of void you feel (with recounted lyrics rather than sung).
I bet you can tell I was A BIT down for a while, but now I’m finally over it.
February 1, 2013 at 5:18 pm #29270
February 1, 2013 at 8:07 pm #29271
Something… mostly featuring myself only and mostly in Italian, not of publishable quality anyway.
There are a couple of things in English that I’m bringing on with the band, we’ll see how they turn out.
By the way: there’s a song I recorded like 4 years ago, at the time of my first break up with the same girl (it was one of THOSE stories) and it tells the same exact story that happened last year. I guess I should have learnt something from that, but apparently I didn’t. Here it is:
[audio src="https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gbgoe07zezqulj7/qWeX-6aEy8/Semilavorati/No%20alternatives%20%28completa%29.mp3" /]
keep in mind that 1. It’s my voice and I’m not a singer 2. the instrumental basis is very rough. None of this was intended to ever circulate outside the band, but whatever, I feel like sharing.
February 2, 2013 at 2:18 pm #29272
Yeah it’s pretty rough, but a good melody, maybe a little long. I like it. It could definitely use some more horns, like behind the vocals in the verses.
February 2, 2013 at 6:03 pm #29292
Thanks! I’m glad you like it.
Yeah, we’ve been talking of putting some more horns in it for the last 3 years… we had some lineup changes and stuff, so never got back to the “old” material. Now it’s the right time to do that, so hopefully we’ll put out a new (and better quality) version some time before the end of the year.
March 26, 2013 at 8:58 pm #29317
Annnnnnd… last month I really got into a girl, had a kind of romance for a while and broke up with her yesterday. Which means, four new songs and probably one new best friend.
March 29, 2013 at 8:58 pm #29318
April 2, 2013 at 7:38 am #29319
Haha, no, luckily I meant the girl.
April 2, 2013 at 9:50 pm #29320
April 5, 2013 at 8:58 am #29321
Nah, I’m more a vodka guy.
Speaking of which, it totally made this Easter my best Easter ever.
/Went to a concert of a ska band who was big 10 years ago, felt like being 18 again, drove 3 hours to reach my friends’ country house at 4 AM, got completely drunk – and a bit high – sitting on the porch listening to traditional Indian music and waiting for the sun to rise. Best Easter ever.
April 5, 2013 at 10:48 pm #29323
Of course you’d be a vodka guy! Which band did you see lol
April 8, 2013 at 8:02 am #29324
An Italian act named Matrioska, here’s two of my favourites among their songs.
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