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Genre > Rock > Punk
DamnesiaIts been 13 years since the Alkaline Trio released their first full-length album, Goddamnit. In that time, theyve toured the world, sold over a million records, and expanded their sound radically beyond their original straight-ahead punk style, incorporating production slick enough to earn them mass exposure on multiple outlets.
Now comes an amazing retrospective of those 13 years, Damnesia, as ALK3 takes to the studio to record acoustic versions of 13 fan favorites and 2 new songs. These are not throwaway versions, but powerful reimaginings that drive as hard as the originals while bringing out the melodic greatness of these classics.
A radio hit like This Could Be Love now features moody piano, a Matt Skiba vocal take to die for, and will connect immediately with every fan who ever loved the song. With the band on their Damnesia tour in the summer of 2011 promoting the new versions, Damnesia will quickly become a fan must-have release.1. Calling All Skeletons (Agony & Irony)
2. Nose Over Tail (Goddamnit)
3. This Could Be Love (Good Mourning)
4. Every Thug Needs A Lady (Good Mourning)
5. Clavicle (Goddamnit)
6. Mercy Me (Crimson)
7. The American Scream (This Addiction)
8. We've Had Enough (Good Mourning)
9. Olde English 800 (New Song)
10. I Held Her In My Arms (Violent Femmes cover)
11. Blue In The Face (Good Mourning)
12. I Remember A Rooftop (New Song)
13. Private Eye (From Here To Infirmary)
14. You've Got So Far To Go (Maybe I'll Catch Fire)
15. Radio (Maybe I'll Catch Fire)
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Punk rock. Just the name brings to mind Mohawks, leather jackes, brightly colored hair and torn-up jeans. It makes you think of power chords, angry lyrics, and fast, pounding drums. It reminds you of angst, youth revolt, and crazy mosh pits.
Since the mid-70s and the heyday of bands like the Ramones,
Since the mid-70s and the heyday of bands like the Ramones, Sex Pistols, and the Clash, punk rock has grown from a bunch of hooligans getting fed up with mainstream rock to ironically becoming an integral part of mainstream rock. Bands like Green Day, The Offspring, and Blink-182 are practically household names.
When you feel like getting back to those old days of punk, you need to grab yourself a punk rock vinyl. And if you feel like experiencing the current punk seen…you still need to grab yourself a punk rock vinyl.