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Teenage Bottlerocket

They Came From The Shadows

(Lillingtons)

Fat Wreck Chords 747

Released on September 15, 2009

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To put it simply, Teenage Bottlerocket are currently one of the hottest and most talked about bands in punk rock. As evidenced by their feature in Alternative Press as a “Band You Need To Know in 2009”, the band’s popularity is gaining momentum like a runaway train on greased rails. The most rocking thing to come out of Wyoming since, well… ever, Teenage Bottlerocket have taken pleasure in showing everyone just how potent and exhilarating that fresh, gimmick-free punk rock can be. The release of their third full-length, They Came From the Shadows, marks their first Fat Wreck Chords release, and easily their most anticipated offering to date. They Came From the Shadows is comprised of 14 straight forward punk rock gems, laced with the unforgettable melodies that have become the calling card of TBR. The Cowboy State quartet ignite the powder keg with the absolutely ripping “Skate or Die”, and maintain the cadence throughout the album with one punchy, classic punk rock hit after the next. In the tradition of the Ramones (leather jackets and all), TBR bring an unrelenting barrage of fast-paced anthems that will no doubt serve as the sound track for a generation.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Skate Or Die Voted #1  20%
2 Don't Want To Go  9%
3 Bigger Than Kiss Voted #2  16%
4 Do What?  1%
5 Not OK  7%
6 Forbidden Planet  8%
7 Call In Sick  3%
8 Fatso Goes Nutzoid  7%
9 Without You Voted #3  11%
10 Tonguebiter  1%
11 Be With You  3%
12 The Jerk  3%
13 They Came FromThe Shadows  5%
14 Todayo  7%
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Michael from Orlando, FL 
Jan 27 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Incredible start to finish. After nearly 40 years of listening to & purchasing rock music this is probably one of my all time favorites already.I will definately be buying Warning Device & Total just on the strength of this offering.

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Davis from Argyle, TX 
Aug 12 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say that hasn't been said below. Just another amazing album from teenage bottlerocket, maybe their best yet.

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Hans from Malmo, Sweden 
Jun 26 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I remember when i reviewed Warning Device, i said it couldn't be done any better. Well, i was wrong.



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Travis from Santa Rosa, CA 
Nov 17 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard Teenage Bottlerocket, I couldn't help but think that the Ramones had been brought back to the stage and studio. This record changes that, as it doesn't give me quite the Ramones vibe, but it's not a bad thing by any means. This to me is Teenage Bottlerocket breaking into their own sound, and it's an awesome record. Every song is good, though my personal favorites as yet are "Bigger Than Kiss", "Forbidden Planet", and "They Came From The Shadows".

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Josh from Salt Lake City, UT 
Oct 11 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome band, this is not their best cd, but still really good. I would recommend buying warning device first if you dont own it yet. But this cd is still a must have for any pop punk fan. Teenage bottlerocket kicks fuckin ass! Highlight tracks include not okay, skate or die, and todayo.

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Roque from Lynbrook, NY 
Oct 4 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First of all I love this band, but I feel that this release is a bit of a step in the wrong direction. What's with the sci-fi theme? Who are they the Lillingtons now? (2 songs in particular sounded waaay too much like the Lillingtons) I guess they are also going for a tougher sound now which does sound pretty damn good in its own right (listen to Forbidden Planet) but it's not why we love them. They should have wrote more songs like Todayo (the best song on the album) and less songs like Fatso Goes Nutzoid. Maybe they should have taken a little more time with this one, but who am I to say? Overall I do like this album alot, just a bit different, maybe it has something to do with the new label, who knows. Best songs are Skate or Die and Todayo.

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Olmoosedog from Las Vegas, NV 
Sep 18 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This shit rocks, Just like the last two, How they keep with that great sound, I'll never know. Teenage Bottle Rocket is the baddest band. Keep rocking and don't stop dropping those great tunes. They make anyones day......full

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Dylan from Spokane, WA 
Sep 17 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

To put it simply, I love this album. These Wyoming pop-punkers managed to come out with another great album. This album, to me, seems like they go back to they style of their first LP, Another Way. This album sounds a little bit rougher than their last two albums but equally as great. I can hear that Miggy is getting better because the bass lines are getting a little bit more intricate. I love the fact that they turned the bass up a lot on this album, but I'm a bassist so not everyone may appreciate that. For people wanting to just check out some songs to see if they will like it, I'd recommend listening to Skate or Die, Bigger Than Kiss, Do What? and Todayo (which is my favorite on the album). Get this album! You won't regret it

 
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