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Viking

29 Jan. 2008 | Format: MP3

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Well reading the other views and seeing that the negative ones had a very strong dislike to the album and i was a bit worried when the album arrived but as i put it onto my I pod and listened to the whole thing twice and really i was shocked. How can you not like this the songs are really good and there are some proper stand out tracks and some of there tunes are the best that Lars has ever done. I see from the other reviews people dislike the content of the booklet well i agree and disagree i mean having loads of Naked girls in the booklet is a bit well i don't know really but lets just say i am not really concerned with that. If you want the album but put off because of bad reviews just buy it and see for yourself. Standout tracks.

The Kids Are Quiet On Sharmon Palms
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Fight
Switchblade
Skins, Punx & Drunx
Marie Marie
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This album has got some really bad reviews mainly because compared to the first LFATB album (which is totally incredible!) it isnt anywhere near as good. However it is still a pretty good album (like Lars Frederiksen is even capable of making a crap album?! no way!) and if your into Rancid etc its still has some decent tracks especially Switchblade, For You and Streetwise professor.

If you dont own either LFATB album though i would definately go for the first one and then this one
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Well first of all I have to say the first Bastars album is totally increadible, but this... eeem, not so sure about it. The album starts with the song Bastard (inspired highly by Motörhead's song with the same name, it even has the same sounds in the begining). This is an okay song, a fun one if you listen to the lyrics.. the other songs (a part from the ones I do like) are pretty straight forward and actually quite boring. Songs like Marie Marie, Switchblade, Little Rude Girl (actually an old rancid song), Maggots, Mainlining Murder, The Kids are Quiets on Sharmon Palms etc etc, if I go on I'm actually going to list the entire album. I don't say this is a bad album at all, but it gets quite boring and I notice that I skip usually a few songs before I get to my favourites. The highlights for me from this album are Fight, Skins, Punx and Drunx, For You, Blind Ambition and Gods of War. But this is just my opinion, you might love this album to death. But start with the first album.

cheers
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after buying their other album and a fan of rancid this album is as good sum good hardcore tracks in there as well as sum more melodic
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There is absolutely no way in hell you can slate this latest effort from Lars and his crew of Skins, Punx and Drunx (who, just in case you hadn't guessed, are especially hard as they are spelt with x's.)
Anyway, this album is hard and fast from the moment it starts which is what The Bastards was meant to be from the start; something different from Rancid. I hear all these kids whining about how you can't listen to it due to it just being a wall of noise, get a grip, this is real music - not clash-rip-off ska-wannabe Armstrong-churned-out Rancid shite, go back to Good Charlotte.
Lars has made it clear that he is now in with a huge number of bikers (bikers may disagree with this) but if thats the direction he wants to go then obviously its going to reflect in his lyrics and the way he presents his album. On the inside cover Lars is sporting handlebar moustaches, leather waistcoats and surrounded by biker chicks. The picture of Skinhead Rob is the only thing that people may be correct about - as he was a failure from the start. He ruined the Transplants and the weak song on the album just happens to feature him.
Moving on to the actual music - its hard, fast and awesome, just imagine a whole album of "Dead American" but twice as fast. This means the songs don't ever get boring and the way they merge into each other just makes it easy listening! Obviously on the self-titled there are more stand out tracks, but thats because thats how it was made. Rancid used to make real albums like "Let's Go"; with under-two-minute epics that merged into each other beautifully, now they make every song a stand out. That's not the way to make music!
Definately buy this album if you're into punk, but if you generally love your music hard, fast and in your face then this is an essential part of your collection!
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Lars, enough said. awesome album, highly recommended!
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I was a big metal head before intill my mate got me into lars,rancid,sublime and more and now i love punk.
His first 2 albums are brilliant because it is not so call pop punk in the mainstream.
I recomed this album to anyone into punk,metal grindcore ect
stand out tracks
switchblabe
streetwis professor
the viking.
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