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Alkaline Trio’s iconic Heart & Skull symbol has come to represent more than the viscerally creative band and their deeply connective albums. While it does symbolize those things, the instantly recognizable logo tattooed on the bodies, hearts and minds of supporters worldwide also denotes a diverse but decisive lifestyle equal parts passion and dedication. It’s a commitment to ... Read more in Amazon's Alkaline Trio Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Asian Man
  • ASIN: B00000DAMR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 229,116 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ra Atherton on 27 Aug. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Alkaline Trio's debut album shows just how the band started. A punk rock ride with an edge. Combining dark, clever lyrics, ("crack my head open on your kitchen floor, just to prove to you that I have brains") hooks a plenty and guitar riffs any pop punk band would kill for, this is a must have for all fans of melodic punk. Containing a few acoustic numbers and vocals from both Matt Skiba and Dan Andriano, this is a modern day classic... buy it NOW!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris C on 29 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Many people would beg to differ on this opinion, but before the mainstream success of Stupid Kid, Alkaline Trio was very much popular as a cult in the underground scene, and for people like me, an album like this would have just gone under my nose.
Thankfully though after a year of waiting for the album to appear on the shelves again, i managed to get it and boy let me tell you, this is has some of the most heartfelt songs to set foot on a punk record.
The strange thing is some of these love songs would never find their way onto a Westlife cd in fact if Brian Mcfadden said "I wanna wake up naked next to you, kissing the curve of your clavicle" on a song then god knows what the pop world would be like.
My favourites have to be Cringe, Nose Over Tail, Message from Kathelene and Trouble Breathing for they define the sound of the Alkaline Trio and also they are lyrically some of the best songs ever written by a punk band. Also the acoustic songs Enjoy Your Day and Sorry about That really hit home with Skiba and Adriano taking the last pint on the bar table and drinking it all to lost love.
You will be stumped to find an album like this one, i suggest you buy and find out why it is so immensely popular.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mw Elliott on 10 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
This LP remains, in my humble opinion, the best A3 set and is likely to remain so given the recent degredation in their records quality. Goddamnit is a work packed with youth and alcohol fuelled tales of Skibas then existence. Kicking off with the incendiary 'Cringe' all the way through to the broken heart lament of 'Sorry Bout That', this record rarely takes its foot off the pedal or slips from a postion marked 'classic', though one or two tracks are notably inferior for me, such as 'My Little Needle'. However, 'Clavicle' is worth the money alone an absolute beast of a track highlighting A3s lyrical genius and knack for writing knockout melodic punk.
Whilst many fans might consider one of the next two records superior to this one, (surely no-one could possibly argue for Good Mourning or Crimson) I would beg to differ. 'Goddamnit' might sound like it was recorded in a barn by comparison to their later, slicker efforts, but thats all part of the many charms to be found here.
If you're into melodic punk then, seriously, you have to own this. Its so good its worth buying twice to have one spare for the inevitable day that the first ceases to work due to playing it to death. A better debut I challenge you to find.
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No one could make such an impressive debut then the almighty trio. With jumpy rock pop rhymes like "cringe" and "clavicle" to the epic sounds of "Bleeder" and "trouble Breathing". They also show thought provoking insight into the bands dark and gloomy thoughts despite the jolly upbeat sound. Whats more original than the sound and lyrics is the way both vocalists matt and Dan have their own acoustic songs "Sorry about that" and "Enjoy Your Day" each beautifully tear enducing. The only possible downfall of this album is that some tracks can feel a bit samey, what with all the slighly sketchy guitars and over-eager vocals, but in a way its like a trademark of Alkaline Trio. This is also probably the most cheery-sing-along album that the Trio have produced throughout their career. A must buy for any Alkaline Trio fan, and a Should buy to anyone else. As for the 4 Bonus Tracks, you may be disappointed, as they are clearly very early demo's from the Trio..Sundials being the best.

But don't let these throw you off.. the hour long documentary behind Goddamnit will keep you busy, as will live versions of ALL the albums tracks.. from back in the day and the newer alkaline. and some other cool clips from the bands past are thrown in too. So the album isn't exactly much different from before.. its just that you get some cool stuff with it, so its best you get it if you dont have the original or if its busted up or if your just crazy for alkaline.. good stuff.
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The original album in itself warrants a five star rating. Add in the suttle yet satisfying re-mastering, and excellent DVD feature, and you've got one of the best tenners you've ever spent. Once i uploaded the album to itunes i went through and compared each song for differences, and i was glad to see all the rawness and almost 'garagey' feel was still present, and the changes make it a bit 'fuller' without sacrificing the original vibe. The DVD is well put together (including a few surprises) featuring the band's story up to and a little after Goddamnit's release, including comments from Matt, Dan, and Glenn on the writing of the songs and their general feelings towards them. It then allows those who were there to re-live the Occult Roots tour with the performances of the album from then, adding a nice contrast point to the performances from around when the album was released. I will not give a review of the album itself as you can look at reviews of the original album for that, but i will say that the songs are still enjoyable with the changes made, and the amazing lyrics are ever-more clear and the mix between instruments has been improved and there is nothing worth complaining about. Basically you should buy this album either as a great addition to your trio collection, or as an insight into what the trio were all about back then if you are just now getting into them.
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