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Like a guard dog gnawing on the mail carrier's shoe, Matters, PULLEY's fifth album for Epitaph, is steeped in tenacity and conviction. As the disc's dozen tracks attest, the Simi Valley-bred quintet's undeviating drive to craft vibrant, able-bodied anthems gives the group a distinct edge over the bulk of California's punk merchants.

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  • Audio CD (29 Oct 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B00005O7OU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 291,255 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I. Norton on 2 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
From the opening guitars of the first track, this album just oozes energy! It does seem to tail off a bit towards the 2nd half, but even so, it's still great stuff. It's all good singalong stuff, sure to get you in a happy mood, with tunes you find yourself humming days later. Well worth buying.
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"Together again for the first time" is Pulley's long awaited fourth albulm in the space of five years.An intense attack of dynamic 'power punk,' the new album is packed full of strong, melodic choruses, and great sounding guitar riffs. Songs to listen out for are 'Empty' and the opening track 'In search' that convinced me that this is a 'must have' albulm for all punk fans, and should prove to anyone that Pulley are now up there with bands such as Pennywise and NOFX, and are an inspirational modern punk band
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By gettysmatt@aol.com on 13 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
When looking for good punk CD's you need look no further than the Epitaph label. No suprise then that Pulley are signed to them. The general opinion is that 'Together again for the first time' is Pulleys best album so far and this is quite true. As you would expect with Pulley there is a brilliant mix of good punk and great melodies but also top vocals which in points give some of the songs a ballad feel which increases their appeal. They have also gone into hardcore punk a little on a couple of songs. If you have already heard 'Runaway' on Punk-o-rama 6 or 'The Ocean Song' and weren't too impressed my advice is don't be fooled. Unlike their last album I believe the best songs have been left on the album and not appeared on various Punk-o-ramas.
Having said this the album is not groundbreaking and it could have done with a fantastic song instead of all good and some great songs to make the album stand out.
What it has done is cemented Pulleys place as one of the premiere bands around at the moment and on the basis of this they can only go from strengh to strengh until they will be challenging Guttermouth and Pennywise at the top of my CD stack.
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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Bartlett on 2 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have always classed Pulley as one of Epitaph's stronger bands. Thier self titled album was amazing, full of powerful, fast punk tracks, with enougth variety make a complete album which can be listed to over and over again. They were one of the best live acts i've seen, full of energy. Yet this album SUCKS!!! I'ts boring, bland pop music for a Green Day/ Blink 182/New Found Glory generation. The tracks all sound the same, slow! All the energy has gone leaving you with 30mins of dullness, it's so boring it actually gave me a head ache. I really recomend you buy the self titlted album, that is a classic, this is not even close.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent record 26 Jan 2002
By BrodieMan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Pulley has lost some things similar to their previous albums, but they have gained back even better things.
From the opening track of In Search, you know this is gonna be a big melodic punk ride. All thirteen tracks blaze by in a matter of minutes, but you'll be glad you were there to witness it.
With the loss of Jordan (staying in Strung Out full time) and Jim Cherry (starting up Zero Down), you might think that things wouldn't be the same. Well, Tony Palmero (formerly of Ten Foot Pole) picks up the sticks and sits behind the set for Pulley now. This new lineup is an amazing, powerful punk bomb, waiting to explode.
The things that really stand out for me are the amazing drum beats, the vocals, and the bass. Tyler uses about 100% of his skill and energy to make the rhythmic bass more of a lead guitar. If you are into booming bass lines, this is the album for you.
Tracks that stand out: Hooray For Me, Fuel, Touched, Runaway, The Ocean Song, Destiny (for the whole 18 seconds of it), and Silenced. But then again, I love all the songs. Buy this album, you measly punker!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
They're Slipping But The Album Still Has Heart 15 Nov 2005
By bec - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The reunion piece from the boys of the self-confessed cookie-cutter band, Pulley, should ooze with unbridled energy, but unfortunately Radinsky's vocals just seem subdued and the rest is so immaculately produced it's often hard to make an emotional connection. The Ocean Song is the standout track of the album, most of the rest are adequately catchy, but there are some woefully tuneless songs in there too (History Repeats Itself, Leather Face). Radinsky's vocals skip between the unaccompanied sound of @#!* and the vocal layerings of Matters effectively, but his constant habit of overextending his notes at times grows tiresome. It seems Pulley have slipped even more into the realm of the ordinary with this album, but not for a lack of sincerity or as a result of selling out. When Radinsky claims, "I don't write this music with intent to pay my bills," you can't help but believe him.
Pulley is medicine without the drowsy feeling! 16 Oct 2001
By Sixto Limiac - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There are particular times when the rebellious offspring of humanity necessitate a quick fix to pump the adrenaline back into their blood, and Pulley's fourth album, "Together Again for the First Time," not only infuses your own special drug, it triggers the sensors to detonate Punk disorder. Its as if a dealer says, "hey kid, want some Pulley?" Being inquisitive, bamboozled, and bored to tears, you inhale, smoke, or guzzle the Pulley and before you could identify it, your nasty case of grogginess has vanquished! Sensing the furor of exuberance, you proclaim your rightly dominance in the world. You grab your Baker skateboard shrilling, "fight me!" Pulley`s new CD not only provides the energetic push, it throws in their genuine testament to renounce the staging of cashing in (ahem, Pennywise). 10 Foot Pole, eat your
heart out.
"In Search," the opening and speedy-gonzalez track, is the harbinger of an entire CD gone on inexorable. From there its a safe assumption that what's in store is a complete rush of poppy Punk spasms. Belligerent and melodicore, the band has not drawn a one-hit CD, but a roll of 13 outrageously persistent tunes. Bursting with contagious choruses, most tracks should induce even the most jaded to proudly croon along. Sneering snotty vocals, frontman Scott, tackles common issues such as bulking ineffectual quandaries. Terse, the lyrical dilemmas sling long enough to be astray from a distasteful, rambling nuisance. "Destiny," lasting in mere seconds, is a striking brigade of an overwhelming punk blitz. Although not by a long shot, "Lost Trip," with its home-hitting lyrics and ingenious use of symbols, constantly gets lashed with the repeat button and lands on my best side. Either matured or maturing, Pulley evolves into an elite in-your-face bullet while preserving its traditional melodicore trademark
Pulley's follow-up starts where their self-title naturally left off, manufacturing their raw spree into the definitive field. Reconnoitering their own musical turf, Pulley has enhanced their music and kept an adroit restoration of their old grandeur stuff. Upgraded, the melodic craft ascends as a towering thrust of fresh, prevailing contemporary melodicore. Essential rhythmic drumming, perfectly matched riffs, and silver-tongued bass ripping, the only thing Pulley forgot were the Got Punk sticker and brakes.
standard. 18 Jan 2003
By "xxlessthanfishxx" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well, I'm not going to say this is a terrible cd because it's not. "Hurray for Me" and a few other songs save this album from that solid title. I would more less consider this album a mediocre cd. It's not anything to rush out and buy, but if you want a good pop-punk collection or something this will keep you entertained for a short while. Pulley has some good songwriting skills, but there are better pop-punk bands out there. So listen and judge for yourself, because you may think of it totally different than what I do. Once again, it's not a bad cd, it just seems like I haven't been really getting into it, but sometimes if my mood is right it's a masterpiece, but not too often. I found more satisfaction in an Alkaline Trio album than I did with this, so I recommend "Goddamnit" instead of this, that cd blows me away, but this was a cool breese.
What are you kiddin'? Nobody's rated this yet? 18 Oct 2001
By Frank Einstein - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
AMAZING!! If you don't have this, buy it! How many CDs do you own where you can actually say you love every song? This is one of those CDs! I won't say this album is better than their others, well, because every album Pulley makes is great!! And the production is amazing as always!! Ryan Greene is the MAN! Stop reading my stupid review and click the Add To Shopping Cart Button. You won't be sorry. Do it! Do it Now!!
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