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Love Everybody

17 Aug. 2004 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 17 Aug. 2004
  • Release Date: 17 Aug. 2004
  • Label: PUSA Music
  • Copyright: (c) 2004 PUSA Music
  • Total Length: 38:16
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  • ASIN: B001HRF2QC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,731 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Skijunky on 8 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Something about PUSA that brings out the tiny child inside you. Even at 35 years old I love this stuff. All the tracks would find a place on the first two PUSA albums and hold their own - its that good. Jennifer's Jacket is a classic in the 'Puffy Little Shoes' style - Marvellous stuff. Poke & Destroy absolutely sums up the kind of songs that PUSA write. If you loved the Presidents you'll love this & if you don't know who or what the Presidents are - get your self sorted out. PUSA - new rock without the f words. You could play it to your kids.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "michaelowens5" on 9 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
When I first got into The Presidents around three years ago, i was completely distraught when i found out that they were no longer around. Imagine my surprise when I walk into my local itty bitty Virgin music shoppe to hear a live version of "Naked and Famous", and a rack full of this new offereing from PUSA!
"Love Everybody" is a catchy little number that you will be singing in the shower for months to come. The chorus for "Some Postman" will never leave your head. The lyrics to the entire album are just pure genious, and match the light-hearted punky riffs on tracks such as "Poke and Destroy", or the laid back "Munky River". And there is nothing much to say about the country/folk like "Jenifer's Jacket" other than: EXCELLENT!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "rob_85" on 7 May 2005
Format: Audio CD
Fantastic new album from the Presidents. Some real rockers such as Shreds of Boa, Highway Forever, and Poke and Destroy. Overall, an excellent album, and highly addictive. The sound is so good, similar to the good old days of Peaches and Lump. Buy this album and listen to it a lot!!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zaphod Beeblebrox on 23 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
It's ok, 3 or 4 decent tracks but a few bum ones too. Nothing to write home about.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The Presidents of Pop-Punk 14 July 2005
By Michael Lee - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Much like coming out of the Seattle grunge scene in the early nineties, laughing in the face of all that was over the top gloom, dread, and misery in music; The Presidents of The United States of America (or POTUSA) have once again arrived at just the right time. While most bands are getting their kicks on emo, POTUSA is back with hooks so catchy, and lyrics so hilariously clever, it'll send any self-righteous scenester running for the hills.

Highlight songs include the perverse "Drool At You" Which hilariously walks the line between creepy obsession and pure cuteness, and one hell of a catchy synth line to boot. "Some Postman", another song about sick obsession packaged with sweet pop goodness. Honestly there is not one song on this album to scoff at, unless you are some uptight music snob afraid to have fun.

This is the most impulsive and fast POTUSA album yet. Anyone turned off by songs about little bugs or the country twang in the debut should be very pleased to hear that "Love Everybody" delivers a brand new sound right off the bat. Songs like "Shreds of Boa" and "5,500 Miles" spare the silliness and bring the rock and roll. Those who loved the sound of self titled, well at least you'll love the old school themed track, "Munky River"

The fun and tongue-in-cheek humor never lets up on this album, making it hands-down the best pop-punk album since Mr. T Experience's "Revenge Is Sweet, And So Are You". It's a great album to get if you want to get under the skin of that emo kid who lives down the hall. Blast those geeky tunes with pride, brave music fan; and to the Presidents, I salute you.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Serving more than your recommended daily dosage of ROK... 14 Oct. 2004
By The Stef - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Presidents of the United States of America... they're back with a bang, and twice the ROK.

Love Everybody most certainly ranks among other PUSA releases... it's not the best, but it's a definite contender. This album is a fusion of their self-titled debut and their last release, Freaked Out and Small. Love Everybody takes you up and down the ROK roller coaster without the overproduced feel of FOAS and still brings it down and smooths it out PUSA style.

1. Love Everybody: It's nothing short of adrenaline-pumping, feel-good rock-n-roll that contrasts the plethora of depressing teen anthems running rampant in today's MTV-driven rock scene. This track alone will leave you full and content--it's undoubtedly "single" material.

2. Some Postman: While this may be the current "hit" single, it's far from ground-breaking by PUSA standards. This song does, however, employ the classic release-of-emotion ending, which works in its favor.

3. Clean Machine: Another one of those catchy, radio-friendly tunes. A clever blend of light, poppy verses and a crispy, harmonized chorus.

4. Highway Forever: A bowl of chunky country rok best served on the road... the harmonica solo is a definitive highlight of the album. Very bassy and classically PUSA.

5. Zero Friction: Feel-good fun for the whole family... a little rok, a little roll, and a whole lot of silly. It's got the same story-esque feel of "Body," but it's wrapped in a cream-puff package.

6. Surf's Down: A cleverly centered instrumental track. While good in it's own right, one can't help but think it'd be more at home on a Giraffes album.

7. Shortwave: A fast little punk influenced ditty that's sure to get you pumped and grooving in the morning.

8. Poke and Destroy: Oh, the memories... this track is just plain FUN. C'mon, who hasn't tried to fry ants with a magnifying glass?

9. Munky River: Totally skippable. This track is the only real disappointment... not that the song itself is bad, it's just that the b-side version (featuring a cello and xylophone) is sooo much better, you can't even compare the two. That, and the LE version drags. So if you'd love to float on Monkey River, I'd suggest picking up the Peaches live CD. You just can't top perfection...

10. Drool at You: A fun and upbeat rendition of the former Chris and Tad song. Personally, I liked the Chris and Tad version better, but this one's good too.

11. Vestina: Obviously one of the most debated tracks on the record, and for that reason it's the secretly genius song of the album. It's one of those songs that turns heads and cocks eyebrows. You really have to listen to it more than once to catch the vibe... and then it hits you... "Vestina, I love youuu... Vestina I dooo..." The build begins, slowly pulling you into a beautiful rock-n-roll explosion of cadential emotion.

12. 5,500 Miles: Here's a brilliant demonstration of PUSA's ability to start off loud, dark, and energetic, and then bring it down with a classic PUSA melodic line without losing interest or energy.

13. Shreds of Boa: Melodic rock, PUSA style. Another one of those great slow-to-fast songs with a great hook and that little hint of funky country influence in the chorus.

14. Jennifer's Jacket: This acoustic number feels more like a hidden track than anything else, but is nonetheless another great example of PUSA's clever lyricism and bluegrass influences.

Now some critics are complaining that Love Everybody is too simple... but you've obviously missed the boat. It's not what chords or how many of them you use, it's how you use them in your music. PUSA has always been able to bring the ROK in a way that is both unique and universal. Every song is written with a stand-alone quality that doesn't leave you feeling empty or incomplete at the end of the day. This album is definitely worth picking up if you have the means... and i highly suggest you do so right now.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Extremely Refreshing.... and Fun 17 Mar. 2005
By everclearfan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Presidents of the United States of America (PUSA) were one of my favorite bands of the large litter of off-kilter 90's bands when I was younger, and it's very refreshing to see a great 90's band such as these guys make a great album these days in an industry composed of bland, talentless rock, especially when most of their peers from the 90's have been rather disappointing as of recent.

The album is stacked full of hit songs ('Love Everybody', 'Zero Friction', 'Highway Forever', 'Surf's Down', 'Munky River', and of course 'Some Postman'). It's amazing that after nearly a decade and a few albums along the way, PUSA have managed to maintain their style and finesse and make an album that as always, is FUN to listen to. Their songs's quirkiness and funny/catchy lyrics are what has always embodied their music, and made PUSA who they are.

The album is not as good as their debut, but is a close second in my opinion, and a must-have album for not only a PUSA fan, but for anyone who's into good music that rocks.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
PUSA's Back 27 Aug. 2004
By Michael Schaubach - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I thought that I would never hear anything new from these boys. Thank goodness they came to their senses and realized that they ROK! This album is quickly becoming my favorite. I love it lots. Sit back, relax.

Track #1 Love Everybody

I heard this live in Minneapolis and I liked it right then. It has that Kick out the Jams feel. A great way to kick off this great comeback album. Nice catchy lyrics with the classic PUSA diction, "You gotta make them feel good about themselves."

Track #2 Some Postman

I would love to shoot this video (PUSA call me). Something that I have always loved about PUSA is the stories that are in their songs. An interesting notion that there is a Postman out there obsessed with other people's love letters. A great poppy tune that will surely have plenty of radio play.

Track #3 Clean Machine

Classic lyrics in true form. "Showing me a cloud free galaxy". Nothing like a space reference from PUSA. Fun tune. That's all.

Track #4 Highway Forever

I also heard this one live. Great upbeat tune. WEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! there's asphault in between us! Good work boys!

Track #5 Zero Friction

It's a killer song. One of my favorites. Another one I would love to shoot the video for. This is the kind of song that can turn a bad day into a kick butt day.

Track #6 Surf's Down

An instrumental. It's a much needed breather from all the rocking you've been doing.

Track #7 Shortwave

Rock song. Nuff said. Nice keyboards a real Doors feel (just the keyboards that is).

Track #8 Poke and Destroy

Yup. Good. "Big glass spider webs hanging from the ceiling." How can you not love this stuff?

Track #9 Munky River

Heard this one live. Once again loved it. Fun slower song. Another video I'd like to shoot. Surely will be heard on the radio if the DJ's get smart that is.

Track #10 Drool at You

Maybe I love this CD too much to be objective. Even with Freaked Out and Small I had criticisms. Are you bored yet! This song rocks like all the rest! Great guitar riff at the beginning. DROOLING! DROOLING!

Track #11 Vestina

It turned me off in the beginning. I promised myself I wouldn't skip past this song. Now I love it. Vestina! Vestina! your advertising agency folded today. By the way PUSA, you can sell anything you make directly to me.

Track #12 5,500 Miles

Mean rock. yes! Are we allowed to mosh again? Is that lame? Are we all getting too old for that? NAAAAAHH!!! At least bob your head to this one. Has some real nice "Stranger-esk" breaks.

Track #13 Shreds of Boa

Heard it live. It rocks. Drive to this song. Roll down the windows and bother your neighbors as you cruise in your mini-van to this song. Party favor pearls!

Track #14 Jennifer's Jacket

This one will throw you off. A cute song. Play it for that Jennifer in your life. The end will bring you in and will make you want to hear this song over and over and over. FALLING APART AT THE SEEMS! Hold someone's hand. Sit out on the grass. Have picnic. Watch the sunset. I love PUSA. I'm so glad they are back together.


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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Holy monkey-butt magnificent 21 Sept. 2004
By The Great Joe Bivins - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I haven't even gotten through the dang thing yet. I've been listening to "Some Postman" for months in various forms (I have a live recording of it Chris did with the Giraffes) but when I heard the Presidents' rendition I knew it was the definitive version, and I knew I couldn't wait a minute longer to pick up this great friggin' album. So a month later I finally managed to find it at a not-so-local Sam Goody after a four hour bus ride I took to pick up a DVD which they didn't have (I didn't have enough for both, anyway). That was last night, I got up today and after going over a tape I'd made yesterday of my insaneo guitar stylings, I popped the mofo into my CD thingy and cranked it into my ear-huggers. Halfway through the first track (Love Everybody, the title track) I found myself wanting to throw the headphones down, run outside and shout the praises of this album to anyone who was willing to listen, but I resisted that urge so I could continue to listen. I'm only to Track 5. "Zero Friction" and I already think this might replace II (the second PUSA album) as my favorite PUSA album and if it continues this way I may have to dethrone Pinkerton (Weezer's terrific second album) and crown Love Everybody the lord and master of my CD collection (or maybe they could rule alongside each other as a triumvirate with the White Stripes' "De Stijl" or the Vines' "Winning Days" or Blur's "Blur" or Beck's "Odelay"). I'm to lucky #7. "Shortwave" now and I feel as though I my die of rocking bliss, and it would be worth it.
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