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No Singles [VINYL]

Japandroids Vinyl
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Japandroids (JPNDRDS) is a two piece band from Vancouver, BC. This 'band' started in 2006 as a creative outlet for the post-teenage angst of Brian King and David Prowse. Originally intending to be a trio, the boys decided to forgo the logistical nightmare of having a 'lead singer' and do it themselves. As a consequence, Japandroids are 1 guitar, 1 set of drums, and 2 ... Read more in Amazon's Japandroids Store

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No Singles [VINYL] + Post-Nothing + Celebration Rock
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  • Vinyl (11 May 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Polyvinyl Records
  • ASIN: B003CSS112
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 321,968 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Darkness On the Edge of Gastown
2. No Allegiance to the Queen
3. Sexual Aerosol
4. Lovers/Strangers
5. Lucifer's Symphony
6. Couture Suicide
7. Avant Sleepwalk
8. Coma Complacency
9. To Hell With Good Intentions
10. Press Corps

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[W]hat makes Post Nothing such a thrill is the manner in which Japandroids hold absolutely nothing back. As contagious as any of the lyrics, melodies, riffs, or drum fills are, their energy and lack of self consciousness is every bit as equally lovable. 8.3 --Pitchfork Best New Music

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Post-Nothing, Japandroids critically acclaimed debut full length, set a course for the band that landed them on over 30 year end lists including Pitchfork, Spin, Stereogum, NME and many more. Prior to Post-Nothing's release, Japandroids released two five-song EPs on CD-R. The EPs were limited to 500 copies and quickly fell out of print. The companion piece to Post Nothing, No Singles compiles these two EPs into one album. Meticulous packaging designed by the band includes a 32-page booklet with liner notes detailing Japandroids early history, complete with rare photos and show fliers. The LP version of the booklet is 11x11.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Young, Dumb And Full Of It 19 Aug 2010
By Gannon TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Before their fast-becoming-seminal debut LP Post-Nothing there were two low-key Japandroids EPs from 2007 and 2008 respectively. Brought together and re-released with a glossy photo booklet charting these early years, No Singles is largely in existence as a stop-gap before that difficult second album arrives and also by public demand for these out-of-print moments. And it's a collection more than worth investing time in, as, along with releasing Post-Nothing off-cuts as 7"s (see the excellent 2010 release Younger Us), a hungry public will get well fed with choice cuts such as these.

The Vancouver boys dynamic hasn't changed from their initial fumblings to their current incarnation. They are and were a lo-fi noise-rock twosome capable of astonishing turns of melody in a brutal punk world. Not that the opener "Darkness On The Edge Of Gastown" really goes on to prove this statement. Blunt, repetitive and essential it hasn't the fuzz factor that Post-Nothing perfected, but its more than got the energy.

Later, the aggressive opening strains of "Lovers/Strangers" are as vital as the band have managed since, though their vocals have arguably become more accomplished since this raw outing. Later still, the live favourite "To Hell With Good Intentions" (a Mclusky cover) shows why it's held in such regard. Not a million miles from its dumb, fun and inventive original it showcases Japandroids' tongue-in-cheek approach to their craft.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good collection for fans. 2 Nov 2010
By Brian Morgan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Vinyl
While Post-Nothing is a better place to start with Japandroids, No Singles is a great collection for fans of the band who are wanting to dig further into their music. If you don't have Post-Nothing, start there and then pick this one up. If you have Post-Nothing and like it, then getting this is a no-brainer.

No Singles collects their first two out-of-print EPs, All Lies & Lullaby Death Jams, into one package. I prefer the Lullaby side to the All Lies side but both are a good additions to their growing discography. The songs are loud and fast, much like Post-Nothing's tracks but don't show the maturity and clarity of purpose of Post-Nothing. You can tell that the guys are enthusiastic and learning "their" sound: just two guys bashing out great post-punk rock & roll as loud as they can with the most earnest enthusiasm they can muster. My favorite tracks are "Lucifer's Symphony" and "Sexual Aerosol." There's even a cover of Mclusky's "To Hell with Good Intentions," which is great to hear them play live, but it doesn't translate well on record (the vocals are too over the top and kill the song). The vinyl edition of this album is particularly great because it includes a large 12"-sized book with many great photos and lyrics. I believe it's also available in two different colors: black and white.

Ultimately, none of the music on this release is as solid as the songs from Post-Nothing but it shows where the genesis for those songs came from. I would really give this a 3 1/2 stars if I could. This is a great band to crank at loud levels and rock out to. Check out their current singles series for some other great songs.
5.0 out of 5 stars A must for fans 14 Oct 2013
By CoolHair - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Vinyl
If you have been introduced to the Japandroids you have probably listened to Post-Nothing and Celebration Rock. This is the next logical step in the band's discography. Personally, I believe the songs on this compilation are even more raw than their two albums. This is a must for anyone begging for more...you won't be dissapointed
4.0 out of 5 stars Not their best, but still a significant cut above. 28 July 2013
By Tyler B - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Doesn't have the 'every track could be a single' appeal of Celebration Rock, and isn't as rich as their other album, but I'm hard pressed to find anything other than Gaslight Anthem's new album that is as fun to listen to. Worth the money, for sure.
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