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  • Audio CD (9 Nov. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B00067Z32C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,197 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Dispatch once again blew me away with this album, I have been listening to them for about 2 years now and it is such a shame that it is so difficult to get hold of their music in the UK. However do not let that stop you from trying to get hold of these albums because they are well worth the wait.
Who Are We Living For is a brilliant album from the Dispatch Trio, Chad (Guitar, Vocals), Pete (Bass, Vocals) and Brad (Drums, Vocals)(that is the usual set up but they do alternate instruments a lot!), with quite a vast range of songs on this album from the upbeat Time Served, the reggae-ish Passerby to the relaxed songs such as Prince Of Spades, 10ft, 5ft, Bag 'Em, Gone and Carry You. I strongly recommend you get this version aswell with its additional 4 songs which are all incredible, Spades being Prince of Spades with a few minor changes to the song but it is still an amazing song. The cover of RATM's Bulls On Parade is quite interesting just to hear Dispatch's version with Chad's voice instead of Zack's but I think it worked really well, Gone and 5/4 are also really good to listen to and worth the extra money (if you have to pay it).
Overall this is another brilliant album from Dispatch and it is such a shame that they have split up and that we (those of us who never saw them live) will be able to see them because after hearing All Points Bulletin and Gut The Van, they are one of those bands that you would have loved to see live and end up constantly kicking yourself that you did not hear about them before. Buy this album and check out their other albums!
Stand out songs on this album are Time Served, Passerby, Open Up, Prince of Spades, but they are all amazing, not a bad song.
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By A Customer on 28 Aug. 2001
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i originaly heard of this massachusetts band while spending time in the us last year but this their latest album is an absalute must in any record collection fusing acoustic funk, folk, rock and rap into well crafted melody's that you can't help but enjoy. 3 thumbs up!!!
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I see you now, 'who are these obscure fools?' why havent i seen thembefore. Well its because they were too good. America would not let themleave. This album, like their other offerings will blow you awayregardless of your musical tastes. Combining musicianship, song writingablitities and a funky vibe this band were on a winning streak. Thegreatest tragedy of my life was the spliting of the guys earlier in theyear. Get this before its too late - it will improve your life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best cds ever 15 Jun. 2007
By brooks - Published on Amazon.com
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This happens to be the record that each of the band members wanted to make ever since they were youngsters, by their own words. This band gives you such a look into their lives through their dvds that you feel like you know them. They are the kind of band that comes along once in a lifetime, and I'm glad I found them. This cd is superb from start to finish and I like that they covered a song from Rage Against The Machine, on this one and did it better than the original. I can't believe how awesome these guys are in EVERY cd/dvd that they did. As far as I know they are the only ones who have given 100% of their proceeds to their favorite charities from some shows, and will do so again in july at their Madison Square Garden shows. There is just magic when these guys get together. As they each have their own solo bands now, Dispatch remains one of the best bands I EVER heard, and I am among those who wish they would get back together again. If you can get to the Garden this summer, be sure to, as this show will be, the be all and end all of all of their shows, as they have sold out the Garden in a few hours for 3 shows in a row this summer. They also gave a FREE concert in Mass. and 110,000 people came. People just love this band , and I among them. I can't praise them highly enough. Leave this one in the player also!
5.0 out of 5 stars their best album, though the others are very close behind 8 Aug. 2010
By Rebekah Mark - Published on Amazon.com
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Dispatch is my favorite band, and i love all their albums and all their live stuff. Each album has it's own major sound, they progressed through the years. I personally think they got way better. I love the old acoustic stuff from silent steeples, and those songs are constantly playing on my ipod and cd player, and bang bang as well im in love with, but i think who are we living for just shows the true growth and development of their music. I love all the tracks on this album, there's nothing i skip, as i do with other albums at times.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Album 29 July 2013
By Alex Hilt - Published on Amazon.com
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Have become a big Dispatch fan. A number of songs off of this album really helped with that. Recommended for sure.
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Great 17 May 2010
By D. Back - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a bit more of a fan of their Bang Bang album, but this is plenty awesome itself. I'd probably have given it five stars if their other album (which I bought at the same time) wasn't so fantastic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars http://thisismodern.iscool.net 23 Oct. 2000
By Anthony Gisondi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is Dispatch's most musical album. You will be amazed after listening to it just once. It incorpoates all of their influences into one crazy, funky, wild album. "Who Are We Living For?" asks exactly just that. I guess Dispatch didn't know who their aduience was when they made this album so they made it for everyone. It's reggae, hard rock, funky, and folk influences flow magically through its 17 tracks. Their first 3 albums had distinctive sounds: "Silent Steeples" is highly acoustic; "Bang Bang" is highly funky; "Four-Day Trials" captures their live sound. This album is nothing like that. It's better! Their vocal songs are interlaced with several unique instrumentals. "Open Up" is probably the best song on the album. It has a reggae influences and a funky beat. "Time Served" and "Headlights" bring out their harder influences. Lyrically, this album is innovative. Instrumentally it's wild. They have a song entirely comprised of percussion. Probably their most catchy tune is "Even." It will get stuck in your head forever. If you like music you will love this album. I suggest checking out their previous albums as well. This band is the one band out there today that can do it any which way you want it. They put so much energy into their performances; on stage and in the studio. If you don't go out and check this band and this album out you are selling yourself short.
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