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Worship And Tribute [Enhanced]

Glassjaw Audio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (9 July 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: WARNER BROS
  • ASIN: B000068VSV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,180 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song Title Time Price
Listen  1. Tip Your Bartender 2:590.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Mu Empire 3:450.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Cosmopolitan Blood Loss 3:030.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ape Dos Mil 5:030.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Pink Roses 2:560.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Must've Run All Day 4:530.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Stuck Pig 3:230.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Radio Cambodia 2:550.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. The Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports 5:560.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Trailer Park Jesus 4:300.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Two Tabs Of Mescaline 8:160.79  Buy MP3 


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At the vanguard of hardcore’s evolution stand Glassjaw: five Long Island-born straight-edgers sporting a firmly progressive approach to punk-rock, and a fantastic second album in the shape of Worship and Tribute. Frontman Daryl Palumbo is the band’s immediate touchstone: on lyrically adventurous songs like "The Gillette Cavalcade of Sports" and "Trailer Park Jesus" he wages war on American cultural orthodoxy, his rocky, undulating vocal morphing between a raw-nerve croon and a tortured shriek sharp enough to cut glass. Where the band truly differs from their nu-metal and conventional hardcore peers is in the arrangements, however: tracks like "Mu Empire" and "Cosmopolitan Bloodloss" combine Faith No More-style anthemicism with a complex post-hardcore structure that could put Fugazi to shame, while "Ape Dos Mil" reins in the pure noise, guitarist! s Justin Beck and Todd Weinstock turning down and wringing twisted melodies and shimmering walls of ambience out of their instruments as Palumbo weaves a tale of obsessional love in a high, shivery vibrato. They’re a thoroughly uncompromising band, but Glassjaw are as fearlessly individual as At the Drive-In, and every bit as good. Worship and Tribute presents the new hardcore heroes-in-waiting. --Louis Pattison

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1 x CD Album, Enhanced
Germany 2002

1Tip Your Bartender2:59
2Mu Empire3:45
3Cosmopolitan Bloodloss3:05
4Ape Dos Mil5:03
5Pink Roses2:56
6Must Have Run All Day4:53
7Stuck Pig3:26
8Radio Cambodia2:55
9The Gillette Cavacade Of Sports5:56
10Trailer Park Jesus4:30
11Two Tabs Of Mescaline8:16
VideoCosmopolitan Bloodloss
VideoApe Dos Mil
VideoMust Have Run All Day

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Please, check out this band. 30 Jan 2005
Format:Audio CD
Glassjaw are a very special band to me. I guarantee you know somebody who is as passionate about them as I am. I force this band on everyone. I will force this band on you...
I reccomend this album if you want to get into them. Everything you ever Wanted To Know About Silence is great, but its not for everyone. As Daryl (singer/lyricist) said: "You can only relate to this album if you've had your heart broken".
The special thing about Glassjaw are the lyrics, the way the guitarists both play completely different things, but fit together so tightly, the unpredictable dynamic changes, the beauty in songs like must've run all day, the noise of Stuck Pig... There's such beautiful contrast in this album. Each song sounds really sincere. Not like the other manufactured American stuff that I really, REALLY hate.
The lyrics aren't cliche and teen angst at all. They're really deep and meaningful, and I love to work out what they're about. They're sang which such emotion and meaning and you just can't not be touched by it. "Its a shame that our messiah's move their pawns from different mountains; and we're left to dance these bodies 'round the fountain"
Please, don't listen to emo. Listen to Glassjaw.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars worship and tribute (g.enius) 2 July 2002
Format:Audio CD
Following the incendiary and emotionally powerful debut album, this album is more of an emo affair, than straight hate. The first single from Worship and Tribute "Cosmopolitan Bloodloss" is absolutely stunning, a mixture of pummelling riffs and off-kilter melodies, with daryl palumbos soothing emotion provoking vocal talents.
Also check out the gently lulling "ape dos mil" and the scratchy wah-wah schizophrenia of "tip your bartender".
Initial import copies have an enhanced feature for alimited availability which will probably feature the video to "cosmopolitan bloodloss" which was no. 1 handpicked video at Mtv.com at this time of writing, and some live footage for a video for "ape dos mil" which is tipped to be the next single.
If you liked songs from Everything you allways wanted to know about silence, like "piano", "boom" and "majour" you'll love this album, there is plenty of heaviness and some of the most amazing riffs ever. This is probably this summers most anticipated album for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Originality of brilliance 13 Aug 2003
Format:Audio CD
One of the very few bands within the last 10 years which have created an original and distictivly excellent sound. I don't like putting them into a genre, as I believe they have created such a unique sound, that they cannot be compared to any other band or genre.
With an album as good as thier debut, I did not think they could exceed the greatness of such a record. I was wrong, this is an excellent record, wonderfully produced, consistantly great and one of the very few records, that can be listen from start to finish. Guitar work is outstanding, musically this band would be hard to be beaten, and as for the lead vocals, that is wot makes this band so brilliant...Daryl Palumbo is quite possibly my favorite vocalist on this decade. This is an excellent album, if you were thinking of buying this record, STOP THINKING AND START BUYING!
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5.0 out of 5 stars this isn't to be taken lightly 13 April 2003
Format:Audio CD
before i heard this album, glassJAw had been my favourite band for three years. as is expected, when i heard of the change of lineup and the change of sound, i was apprehensive, perhaps even disappointed, but within the first moment of 'tip your bartender' all my doubts perished in the firey onslaught of 'worship and tribute' in all its glory. as in EYEWTKAS, there is no common thread here, nothing to cling onto for safety. this isn't easy listening, but what else would glassJAw give you? here, in one plastic case is unadulterated emotion. pure, noxious, and intoxicating. it makes you listen. daryl's ceaselessly captivating voice, whether tuneful or otherwise demands your attention. todd, justin and dave on guitars draw you in and larry sets the rhythm for what is going to be the bumpiest and most glorious ride of your life. good luck.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why settle for anything less? 18 Dec 2002
Format:Audio CD
Having been a fan of hardcore music for quite some time it still stuns me to see that a band can still come up with an album that blows most of the competition away. In comparison to 'Everything...', Glassjaw's last album, 'Worship...' may appear to compromise the hardcore punky roots that made their debut so compelling. However, one or two listens and it becomes apparent that their sound has matured to the point where they can happily cross to the mainstream. It is a refreshing change to hear a vocalist as talented as Daryl not wasting his talents on pointless angst (I'm looking your way Staind, Disturbed et al) but giving his lyrics real meaning. There are various stand out tracks on this album, in particular the stunning final three, 'The Gillette...', 'Trailer Park Jesus' and 'Two Tabs of Mescaline' and 'Must've Run All Day', brilliant and compelling evidence of their newfound maturity. In short, you would be a fool to buy a record which doesn't match up to this. If you enjoy this try BoySetsFire's 'After the Eulogy'(rawer and more punky) and Thursday's 'Full Collapse'(less raw and edgy but great songs).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An early 'noughties' classic! 4 Feb 2007
By Matt Pucci VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
I hadn't listened to this in years, but decided to dust it off after hearing about the band's recent reformation and the imminent release of a (long-awaited) third album from the boys from Long Island. Boy, am I glad I did. Worship & Tribute is surely as sexy as screamo/post-hardcore/whatever-you-wanna-call-it-this-week gets, with its heart-attack guitar assault, and Daryl Palumbo's soaring vocals - not to mention nu-metal linchpin Ross Robinson's precision production...

Palumbo's voice is arguably the biggest draw of Glassjaw's music, and here he proves himself as something of a Mike Patton-esque vocal chameleon, as he lets his chords run the gamut of emotions and styles, to dazzling effect. Tracks like 'Mu Empire' and 'Cosmopolitan Blood Loss' are shot through with giant, sing-along choruses, giving us a prior indication of the frontman's pop sensibilities he was later to explore with Head Automatica. But nothing that band recorded comes close to the feral power and quirky inventiveness of tracks like 'Stuck Pig' and 'The Gilette Cavalcade of Sports', respectively. Both are simply stunning, much like the rest of this record.

This is an ambitious, accomplished and essential album and the fact that the band have reunited is cause for great excitement indeed. In the meantime, enjoy this!

Matt Pucci
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5.0 out of 5 stars Masterful.
After an influential and fantastic 2000 debut, Glassjaw's second album took everything great about the first record and amped it up even more. Read more
Published on 22 July 2008 by dynamitekid156
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest records ever made.
Glassjaw in their 2nd album release, have out done thereselves.

With tracks like 'Two Tabs of Mescaline' and 'Gilette Cavalcade of Sports', it just keeps you wanting... Read more
Published on 15 July 2008 by Big Proof
4.0 out of 5 stars belting like a belt!
glassjaw,the darlings of all things screamcore released a debut that smashed senses in 2000 and following a departure from roadrunner records,the band found a loving arm with... Read more
Published on 27 July 2007 by sean paul mccann
5.0 out of 5 stars The perect sophomore album...
The 'Jaw had a tough act to follow their classic debut album 'Everything you ever wanted to know about silence', but they sure took it to a new level with this release. Read more
Published on 19 Jan 2006
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good, once again
Like a few of the other reviewers, I bought this album after EYEWTKAS, thinking it would be hard to top. Read more
Published on 2 Dec 2004 by A. Smith
2.0 out of 5 stars Please don't hate me
I am a big fan of EYEWTKAS, I got it as soon as it came out and i still listen to it now. This album however is just not good, and i have given it chance after chance. Read more
Published on 29 Mar 2004 by "aicflopflipflopflop"
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb album
Upon hearing the bands first album "everything you wanted to know about silence" the purchuse of Worship and Tribute was immieant to me. Read more
Published on 10 April 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime.
If you thought "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence" was a one off, be prepared to eat your words. Read more
Published on 7 Feb 2003 by Mr. A. R. Law
5.0 out of 5 stars GlassJAw Come Of Age
After hearing GlassJAw's first, and as I was assured, "definitive" album, I assumed that it would be a tough battle to top it. Read more
Published on 24 Jan 2003 by Mark
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