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Punk-O-Rama 5

26 July 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 26 July 2008
  • Release Date: 26 July 2008
  • Label: Epitaph
  • Copyright: 2000 Epitaph
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  • Total Length: 1:13:34
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  • ASIN: B001F3XKSU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,487 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Sept. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Despite what it may say on Amazon this album has 28 tracks (OVER 70 MINUTES) rather than the 21 tracks shown on the webpage. There are loads of great songs and only a few I didn't like but who cares about 1 or 2 bad songs when there are 2 times the amount of songs as most albums for less than half the price! Favourites include Close Minded by Vision, Slow Motion Riot by 98Mute and NOFX's Pump Up The Valuum.
GET THIS NOW IT IS GREAT!
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This CD RULES GUTTERMOUTH AND NOFX ARE AMAZING, TWO OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW. IF YOU LIKE PUNK MUSIC THEN YOU WILL LOVE THIS CD. EVERY SONG IS BURSTING WITH CRUNCHING RIFFS AND EXCELLENT VOCALS. BUY THIS CD NOW IT WILL TRULY CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
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28 tracks all very good and high quility one reason i bought was to try a variation of punk songs after i started likeing nofx and rancid who are slightly more well known but now i really like every artist on the album
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
You've tried the rest, now try the best... 20 Jan. 2003
By karyn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have listened to all of the Punk-O-Ramas, One through Seven, and have been thoroughly impressed by most of them. However, this particular POR is the best. 28 tracks, and only one doesn't belong (Refused, but that's just becuase it's not remotely punk). That is a remarkable accomplishment for any compilation, and what makes this one better is that all the other songs just plain rock. All the songs, apart from the refused, are worth the six bucks I paid for this while looking for checkered shoelaces and whale hightops in Zumiez. The second best part of this CD is that I bought it new for the price I usually pay for used CD's at my favorite used music (vinyl through plastic) stores. The best part of this CD is that I was able to discover some new bands which really rock. I listen to this CD while taking math tests, riding my lovely city's public transportation system, talking with friends, doing homework, researching stuff for my college-prep classes, balancing chem equations or even sleeping. It's that good. I won't tell you which tracks are best, that duty is left up to the individual listener, but my favorites are spread all over, from NOFX to Millencolin to New Bomb Turks to Agnostic Front, with many in between...I genuinly love to listen to this CD. I definetly think this is better than the latest release, POR 7. Buy it if you have the money...It's worth it.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Punk o licious 26 Jun. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Punk rock will never die, and Punk O Rama 5, the latest installment in the long running Epitaph series, is living proof of that. From the first frenzied drum roll to the final jaw-jarring power chord, #5 proudly waves the banner of punk rock for all to see.
To my delight, Punk O Rama 5 raises the already high standard set by its predecssors. That's because this album gives fans of punk music more of what they love most: punk music! The CD features 28 of the genre's favorite outfits - everyone from the rawkin' Rancid to the ska-influenced Voodoo Glowskulls - and clocks in at an amazing 74 minutes in length! The musicianship exhibited by these artists has improved tenfold over previous Punk O Ramas as well. There's not a sour note or a mislaid drum beat to be found. And I kid you not, there are no disposable tracks!
What's more, Punk O Rama 5 also features previously unreleased cuts from NOFX ("Pump up the Valuum"), Guttermouth ("Secure Horizons"), and my personal favorite, All's "Problematic."
What's not to love about this album? If you love punk, like punk, or have even remotely considered tolerating punk, then this album is for you! Awwwww right!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Best Punk-O-Rama Ever 29 Jun. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i have all 7 punk-o-rama's, and this is definitely the best. as always, the CD has a great song by NOFX. the millencolin song was addictive. this band called vision made what was perhaps the best song on the album. guttermouth, recently signed from nitro, featured a great song from their new album. osker, who have unfortunately broken up after an interesting career that ended when they could no longer find a drummer, did an awesome song. H20 made one of the best songs, but they no longer feature a hardcore/punk sound. instead, somehow, they have been reduced to pop-punk tatters. madball, practically their brother band, followed H20 up well with a similar sound, but luckily they have not followed their counterparts down the drain. i dunno what refused were on when they wrote their song, but its actually pretty good when you're in the mood for some crazy mix (however, not punk at all). voodoo glow skulls made an interesting little number that is not punk at all either but its still good to listen to (a little corny though). pennywise's song was one of their best ever. the hives song was great (too bad they're not underground anymore - too popular). other good songs were by all, T(I)NC, rancid, dwarves, 98 mute, bouncing souls, satanic surfers, pulley, union 13, new bomb turks, and agnostic front. so as you can see, this cd was the closest to a perfect compilation you will ever find. but there is no such thing as a perfect mix, so you're just gonna have to settle with this cause there will never be anything better. POR5 inspired me to buy CDs by NOFX, guttermouth (i now have every single guttermouth album, including old 7-inches), osker, 98 mute, H20 (unfortunately i bought their new one, not knowing that they had undergone their drastic change. but i got a t-shirt free that says 'PUNK U', so oh well), dropkick murphys, pennywise, pulley, the hives, and agnostic front. now THAT is a good compilation. you must buy it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Hard, fast, and exhilarating... 11 Dec. 2000
By suk b. choi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I own Punk O Rama 1, 3, and 5, and out of the three, this CD is by far the best. It has the most recent and varied offerings of American punk music, with punk veterans like Rancid and newer, fresher voices - they are all great, especially Agnostic Front (New York, baby!) in Riot, Riot Upstart. I am usually a harsh criticizer but I must say there isn't a single thing about this CD that I would like to change. The best part is, there's almost 30 tracks for under five bucks! If you're a lover of punk-rock, or you just like to "dabble" in a variety of music, you will LOVE (and I assure you when I say LOVE I mean absolutely, entirely, completely, and wholly LOVE, ADORE, ADMIRE, and WORSHIP) this CD! It's a great gift for your punk friends, has a perfect mix of hardcore punk to pop-like, bouncy tunes, it's full of anger, emotion, fierceness, and the raw beauty of pure talent, and believe me, I oughta know!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Best Comp Ever! 5 Oct. 2002
By Jason - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought 7 first, and that one is cool, but this is awsome!!! Best songs are: ALL, Millencolin, Vision, Rancid, Osker, Dwarves, 98 Mute, Dropkick Murphys, Pennywise. The others are cool too. This one is the best. Next would be 4, 1, 7, 6. Skip the others. Also check out warped tour cds. They are cool too. RANCID's Song on here is the best! The Dropkick Murphys song Goodrats sounds a little different from the original but then again it is the demo version, but that still doesn't mean its bad. It totally rocks. Buy this CD or I'll shave your mohawk!
Dude, I hope you know I'm just joking.
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