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Lifetime

Hello Bastards

Jade Tree 1021

Released on September 25, 1995


$12.75

Upbeat, melodic, aggressive and memorable, Hello Bastards redefines hardcore for the '90s with a perfect blend of foot stompers and sing-alongs. Need more be said? Get this!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Daneurysm  7%
2 Rodeo Clown Voted #2  15%
3 Anchor  2%
4 I'm Not Calling You  2%
5 Bobby Truck Tricks  13%
6 Neutral Territory, (The Gym Is) Voted #3  14%
7 I Like You OK  4%
8 It's Not Funny Anymore  1%
9 Irony Is For Suckers  11%
10 What She Said  2%
11 Knives Bats New Tats  10%
12 Ostrichsized Voted #1  18%
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Jonathan from Troy, IL 
Apr 23 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I cannot quite get into it. Some songs have solid lyrics but some songs just seem like filler songs. My favorites are "Gym Is Neutral Territory" and "Irony Is For Suckers." Not quite as catch as their next album "Jersey's best Dancers". I like their sound on this CD the best though. It is defiantly the more punk sounding of all their CD's. I view their music as first wave punk-emo.

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Nick from Fargo, ND 
Oct 27 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Lifetime has to be on the most influential bands in the melodic hardcore scene today. This is one of the essentials to own in that genre.

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Michael from San Antonio, TX 
Nov 29 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

pretty good. can see how it was very influential to current bands but it does sit in rotation very often.

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Graham from Southport, United Kingdom 
Mar 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Boss album. Only bad tune is I'm Not Calling You, but the rest are all cool. Go on about girls a little too much sometime though

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Jonathan from Austin, TX 
Jan 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Call it emo, call it melodic hardcore, either way this is an excellent album. Lifetime are true classics in punk.

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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Nov 24 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

When I first ordered Hello Bastards a couple of years ago I actually liked it, but eventually I got sick of it and I sold it. I then ordered it again on interpunk not too long ago and I just couldn't get into it like when I first heard it and I sold it again. Finally I heard about their influence on all the new emo, screamo, and pop punk bands and that just about ruined it for me. I'm sure it was a ground breaking album when it was released in 1995, but I would suggest checking out Reach The Sky and Crime In Stereo because I think they take melodic hardcore to a higher level.

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Joseph from Oakville, ON Canada 
Apr 18 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Buy everything else Dan Yemin has done (Kid Dynamite, then Paint it Black) then buy this. Not the greatest stuff in the world, but it was when it first came out. My biggest problem is I don't really like the vocalist's voice, but that's just me.

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Reed from San Antonio, TX 
Oct 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

awesome cd...just take kid dynamite, add some more emotion in the vocals, and add some more harmonizing guitar parts and you have this band. i like them just as much as kid dynamite...and at times i like them better

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Marcos from Madrid, Spain 
Jun 23 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Maybe they were great back in the day, i don't know. Today this cd sound pretty generic melodic hardcore. It's not awful but nothing outstanding neither. Cannot understand how they can be compared with such gods as Kid Dynamite if is not because they shared same label. Nevertheless, the album title is quiet punk i have to say. So let's give 'em an additional star, man.

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Amy from Bournemouth, United Kingdom 
Apr 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome. fast, great melodies. good husker du cover.as good as if not better than jerseys best dancers. Cant wait for the paint it black album.

 
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