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Greased

10 Nov. 2011 | Format: MP3

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1:54
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2:11
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1:01
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2:28
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2:13
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1:37
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2:16
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1:45
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This is a good album done in the traditional LTJ style. Their take on the Grease classics is really good but the one problem i have with it is that its just not long enough. The album builds you up and gets you singin along but then just sort of ends, having said that if you are a LTJ fan then you will love it, so if you've got the money then buy it.
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There are some bands who should be locked up for their own safety. Not because they're that bad, but because they are having far too much fun doing what they do, and it's just not fair.

I mean, if you're better looking than me (this covers a lot of people, but there you go), better musicians than me (this covers pretty much everyone), better singers than me (er, so does this), more talented songwriters than I am (same theory), earn more money than me (ditto) and attract more women than I do (do I need to say it?), then I want you to be unhappy. It's nothing personal, you understand, I just want to be seeing something negative, just to bring the balance a little way back in my favour.
Florida based ska-punk band Less Than Jake, sadly, don't know about this theory of mine, and would probably stick two fingers up at it if they did. Actually, more like twenty-four fingers (six band members, two hands each, you know?)

Which is more or less what they've done here. They've taken the Grease soundtrack. They've thrown a few things away. Mostly the music, to be honest. But they've hung onto the lyrics, they hung on to eight of the songs, and they recorded them in their own style, tweaking the lyrics occasionally, speeding everything up, and slinging them onto a CD in an order which, I suspect, was chosen by drawing song titles out of a hat.

This album fell in my lap pretty much by chance. It wasn't really an impulse buy, but it wasn't exactly what I'd set out to buy that day. I'd first heard of Less Than Jake when the totally brilliant but improbably titled "All My Best Friends Are Metalheads" started getting a lot of play. I bought the album (1998's "Hello Rockview") to discover that this was typical of both their sound, and their title selection.
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less Than Jake appropiatley destroy the cheesy fifty's rock n roll sound of grease. The Grease songs can now actually be listened to by young people cringing. The Vocals are excellent and fast paced and the same is said for the guitar work.
The major down side of this cd is that it only lasts for 15 minutes. I would reccomend buying another less Than Jake album if you are not a fan of the band. If you really like Less Than Jake and have money to spare, then buy this album.
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...but it does. Although ballads like Hopelessly Devoted and Blue Moon lose some of their cheesy 1959 appeal in this collection of pop-punk Grease covers, Less Than Jake's fast, vocals-based style works surprisingly well with the more upbeat songs. Greased Lightning is great punked-up rock n roll, and this version of the classic happy-ending song, We Go Together, is more fun than the original.
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