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  • Audio CD (31 Aug. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • ASIN: B000PA9OPC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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hope for menpissed jeans | format: audio cd samples to view this content, download flash player (version or higher)to view this content, download flash player (version or higher)song title time price listen 1. people person4:580.79listen 2. secret admirer3:270.79listen 3. a bad wind3:060.79listen 4. scrapbooking5:130.79listen 5. i've still got you (ice cream)3:070.79listen 6. fantasy world3:380.79listen 7. i'm turning now3:200.79listen 8. caught licking leather3:580.79listen 9. the jogger3:100.79listen10. my bed7:420.79dopo un album realizzato su parts unknown records ed un 7" che aveva segnato l'inizio della collaborazione con sub pop ecco pronto il debutto dei pissed jeans, gruppo proveniente da allentown, pennsylvania. i micidiali ingredienti sono quelli del singolo apripista, "don't need smoke to make myself disappear", del quale entrambe le prime due tirature sono andate velocemente esaurite (ma di cui noi abbiamo ancora alcune copie se interessa l'articolo). la loro musica si nutre di punk ipnotico, monolitico ed aggressivo. ed i pissed jeans il punk lo fanno con ironia ed instabilita', ma anche con furbizia ed amarezza. se siete amanti delle sensazioni forti, questo gruppo potrebbe diventare il vostro favorito, la ragione per alzarsi la mattina. statene alla larga se cercate atmosfere docili e rassicuranti. selvaggio anello di congiunzione fra nomeansno, flipper, black flag e melvins!

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Do you like laid back easy listening songs with boring predictable lyrics? If so, stop reading this. These guys have crafted a totally in-yer-face feedback drenched slice of hardcore punk stupendousness! There are two slower quieter tracks in amongst the mayhem but they are so creepy that they fit perfectly within the set. Think Tad crossed with Jesus Lizard and you'd be halfway there. Powerful, intelligent, disturbing, uplifting, brilliant.
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This is quite simply the coolest band on the planet at the moment. These boys are what us big black/shellac, jesus lizard/melvins lovers have been waiting for.... a band of the times, a band that write songs as hard as the rest of em, but aren't over 40.
It's loud, heavy, drenched in feedback and full of screaming so you've been warned but it is a piece of post-punk-hardcore-grunge genius; the best band subpop have on their books since you-know-who.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x93a58c48) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
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HASH(0x97b4460c) out of 5 stars If you like their name, you'll love their music... 26 July 2007
By Scott Bresinger - Published on Amazon.com
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If you've been bemoaning the general state of rock music lately, in particular the neutered whining that gets labeled as "punk," then have I got the band for you. The delightfully named Pissed Jeans hail from Allentown, Pennsylvania (that's right, like the Billy Joel song) and the ennui/alienation of working-class life in a depressed economy comes through in their music like pus from an infected wound. Instead of the classic rock stylings of Bruce Springsteen or John Mellencamp, this band gravitates more toward brutal, soul-dead noise rock, the kind that hasn't been around for a long time. While many of today's underground noise-heads (Wolf Eyes, Sightings, Lightning Bolt) keep at least one cloven foot in the avant-free-improv scene, Pissed Jeans stick to the doctrine of more rock, less art. There was a bygone era, the late 80s to early 90s, when indie labels like Amphetamine Reptile were famed soley for this kind of stuff (if you liked one AmRep release, you'd like them all), and bands like Cows, Hammerhead and Janitor Joe had cult followings among a certain brand of hipster. It was assumed the alt.rock explosion, and implosion, had killed off this sort of thing, but Pissed Jeans, not to mention the English band Part Chimp, are here to prove that theory wrong. Even longtime vets Unsane are back with a new disc (Visqueen), so maybe a noise-rock resurrection is afoot. Pissed Jeans are even signed to Sub Pop--their original roster of bands like Tad and Mudhoney probably influenced them. While their plodding, pounding and feedback bleeding exertions aren't exactly a new thing, in fact it's really kind of retro, this is the kind of mad-at-the-world-but-too-screwed-up-to-do-anything-about-it racket that, oddly enough, acts as a balm when you feel trapped in Bush-occupied-America.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94337768) out of 5 stars Hope for rock 26 July 2007
By Shaun Connor - Published on Amazon.com
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Just when I was starting to once again lose my faith in rock music Pissed Jeans comes along and releases this gem. Loud, heavy, ridiculous lyrics. It is everything you could want in an album
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HASH(0x939b1f0c) out of 5 stars ...the darkness of embarassment...embrace it and you'll be fine... 20 Jun. 2008
By OMNIGOSS - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...with a name like that you will have obvious expectations for something agressive and inappropriate...along with the CD cover where we have two half naked men hugging eachother...yes...something obscure is expected...

...and what are we given? A full on galore of fuzzed up distorted guitars to create a thick and dirty tone that Mudhoney did oh so well those many years ago...only this is more agressive and screamy...seems to share alot of traits with the predecessor though...

...the sound is thick and dirty (like pissed jeans) and is recommended to all who want a sound barrier of heavy distortion...and although there is much better out there...they really can't be knocked for making something so heavily moving...like a limping komodo dragon (I don't know why I always have to compare CD's to animals ok?)...so...buy it if you just want flat out distortion and you're already aware and experienced in this genre...if not...find a better starting point...
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HASH(0x93fd6534) out of 5 stars Ice Cream makes this worth a buy by itself 3 Sept. 2009
By Audrey Providence - Published on Amazon.com
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HASH(0x93fd5888) out of 5 stars awesome possum 9 April 2009
By Fiendship Fun - Published on Amazon.com
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this band has the noise rock thing going on (not unlike the jesus lizard) but with a pop sensibility with songs like "i've still got you, ice cream." which is light-hearted and fun. pieces like "scrapbooking" and "the jogger" takes a look at two very interesting subjects in spoken word formats, bizarre to say the least. outstanding points in this album: drums are noisy and fun, vocals and lyrics are demented, drawbacks: too much rock, not enough noise (softer than their previous album, shallow. )
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