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  • Audio CD (20 May 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: No Idea
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HASH(0x8f81fda4) out of 5 stars These Anarchists Can Cook. 21 May 2003
By Adam Noble - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Minor Threat: The Pub Band" doesn't come close to describing this group, but it's a start.
AM! fuse the personal and the political better than any band since the Clash (maybe better). The album is a diary of a young band stretching out, and they write of their growing success in terms of worrying about forgetting their roots, and most memorably, in the fist-pumping 'We Laugh at Danger': "If this GM van don't make it across the state lines/We might as well lay down and die/Cos if Florida takes us/We're taking everyone down with us." Their humility shines through when in parentheses next to the lyric: "And we rock/because it's us against them...", is written: (the act, not the state). Because boasting of rockingness is NOT punk, remember?
This record is so full of the verve and spirit of rock and roll that it literally gives me shivers. The opening track, a story of an Irish widow and her long-dead husband reminds me why I listen to this stuff in the first place.
This group is currently tied with its spiritual twin/Canadian counterpart The Weakerthans for my vote for 'best band currently making music' (The Stripes rock harder but don't come close to making you feel this alive). Buy this.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fbca768) out of 5 stars Mysterious Anarcho Punx from Gainesville... 12 July 2003
By Steven - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Against Me! are, without a doubt, the best punk band out right now. The lyrics are filled with emotion, and the music itself is an original blend of folk rock and power chords. If you've never had 11 songs change your outlook on life, I suggest you buy this album to see what it feels like.
The album starts off with with what many consider their best song, "Pints of Guiness Make You Strong". Through his screaming, Tom Gabel shares the tale of his Grandfather's early demise from alcohol abuse and the toll it left on his Grandmother. When he sings, "If I'd known just how things would have ended up, I just would have let myself die", you can feel her pain.
With a little more distortion, "Politics of Starving" could easily pass as a hardcore song. "We Laugh at Danger (and Break all the Rules)" is their anthem of life and music. When the music stops, and the gang vocals are all that remains, you can't help but scream right along. The original acoustic version of "I Still Love you Julie" appeared on their "Crime" EP. Though it's a change of pace, the full band version on this record is equally incredible. "Scream it Until You're Coughing up Blood" (aka "Jamaican Me Crazy") claims the title of Song With The Most Screaming In It. The guitar solo-esque part is almost haunting though.
"Jordan's First Choice", "Those Anarcho Punx are Mysterious...", and "Reinventing Axl Rose" were originally recorded on their self-titled EP. Tom's voice seems to have deepened a bit since that recording, as is made evident by the opening to "Jordan's First Choice". I do have to say that I really preferred the acoustic version of "Those Anarcho Punx are Mysterious". This version just doesn't seem to capture the same emotion, and the "Hoo! Ha!" part might be kind of amusing, but it takes away from the song in my opinion. I really like the full band version of "Reinventing Axl Rose" though. It's another perfect anthem to have a crowd scream along to at a show.
"Baby, I'm an Anarchist!" was written by Tom and some other people in a band he was in before Against Me!. The band thought it was a song too good to be forgotten though, so they re-recorded it. It's a departure from the rest of the album, as it's pretty funny (assuming you have some knowledge of anarchy, past and present). The world always needed an anarchist love song.
"Walking is Still Honest" also appeared on the "Crime" EP. I like this version a lot better though. The music is intense, and the added vocals of "Never forget, I will not forget..." suit the song perfectly.
"8 Full Hours of Sleep" reminds me of their earlier music, as it's primarily just Tom strumming his guitar and singing. It's a beautiful ballad about politics, love, and life, and the hope it takes to survive and truly be alive. At the end, he sings "I'd trade it all for the silence..." and a faint hum carries the album to it's end.
This album isn't for everyone. It can't be background music. It demands the attention of the listener. Though it's a fun album, it's also a very serious one. When you listen to it, you truly FEEL it. That's something I can't say about most music that's out right now. I suggest buying it on vinyl, straight from No Idea Records. But the important thing is that you BUY IT. Now. Go see them live, too. They're incredible.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8f864ef4) out of 5 stars Love it. Love it. Love it. 12 May 2006
By roshizzle - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I love Against Me!. I love this CD. I can't say that I like one album over the other. The world of iTunes has made my attention span shorter and I like to listen to all of their albums at the same time.

My fondest memory is that of stumbling onto Impact on the Plan-It-X website. When I'd tell people that Against Me! was my favorite band, they'd look at me and think "Who is this band and is she so excited about it that she has to be an exclamation point after their name?"

I still love them, one of the few who can stand to listen to their new CD. The one thing that's lacking though is that ability to make everyone sing along.

In my hall at school, I managed to find a guy who had heard of Against Me! I had been wearing one of my many shirts when we started talking about the band. He said he wasn't such a big fan, but he liked what he had heard. I immediately let him borrow every CD I owned and a week later, he was almost as big a fan as I was. We'd sit out in the hallway each with our own guitars, and I taught him the chords to songs like We Laugh at Danger, Reinventing Axl Rose, Baby I'm an Anarchist, Cavalier Eternal, Sink Florida Sink... after a while, my whole hall knew the lyrics. We'd sit in the hallway, 5 or 6 of us, many of which had never heard a real AM! song before, and they'd sing their hearts out.

That's the amazing quality of this band. They have the ability to make even the most sensible and logical human beings, even if only 2-3 minutes, want to start a revolution.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fa9ae40) out of 5 stars Excellent! 18 April 2005
By Jonny Danger - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Against Me! is one of the best punk bands around these days. Judging by all the 5 star reviews, you already know this album is fantastic. Don't buy it form amazon, though. Buy it from, they sell the cd for only $6! Great band.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fb1de70) out of 5 stars One of the best albums, ever. 30 Sept. 2006
By D. McGhee - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album takes so many real, raw emotions and turns them into lyrics written in a way that everyone can relate. This was the first Against Me! that I had ever heard, and it blew me away. When the album started, it wasn't what I had expected to hear from my punk rock loving friends, but once I heard that first chorus, I knew instantly this band was a serious force in the musical world. I can't explain how real and piercing some of the lyrics can be, but you would be a fool to pass up the chance to hear this album.
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