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Bouncing Souls

Maniacal Laughter

Chunksaah 37

Released on February 6, 1996


$13.50

$16.50

This punk classic screamed onto the scene in 1996 bringing the anthems for a new world. Every song rips and destroys! This record is punker than a mohawk. You will sing along even if you're too cool! the band explore even more punkness in this one, going away from the structured, sophisticated sound of "the good the bad and the argyle" into a full fledged street punk sound that echoed the voices of the kids on the streets - high energy, fist slamming, punk rock! ...pray my brother, pray!!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 26 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 lamar vanoy Voted #2  17%
2 no rules  4%
3 the freaks, nerds, & romantics  14%
4 argyle  10%
5 all of this and nothing  1%
6 the BMX song  2%
7 quick check girl Voted #3  14%
8 headlights ditch  2%
9 here we go Voted #1  18%
10 born to loose  8%
11 moon over asbury  2%
12 the ballad of johnny x  8%
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Andy from Clearwater, FL 
Jun 6 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I finally bought this on CD. I've had it on tape. I love old Bouncing Souls stuff. Real unique sound. They don't really sound like any other band. "Born to Loose" and "Ballad of Johnny X" are the highlights.

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Dallin from Lakeside, AZ 
Jan 3 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is good if you're a big Bouncing Souls fan, in which case you probably don't need my review. If you're just getting into the Bouncing Souls get Anchors Aweigh (brilliant CD).

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Tom from Spokane, WA 
Aug 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

awesome cd. its alot harder than their newer stuff but still melodic. this is one of my favorite punk cds i own and i would recomend it highly. respect.

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Jarrod from Horsham, (vic), Australia 
May 23 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Yeah it good...but im gonna sell it on ebay now that I have the live album coz the best songs are on that and the rest I can live without...plus I want the money, altho 'Born to Loose' on this sounds WAY better than what it does on the live cd, I love the souls but only get it if ya a die hard fan otherwise just get the live record. Restepa!

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Dave from Newtownards, United Kingdom 
Apr 16 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great Souls album . I'm a huge fan and I reccomend that if you're just getting into the souls pick up How I Spent... first or their live album. However this CD still has some great songs that are now classics such as Argyle, Lamar Vannoy, The Ballad Of Johnny X. Great album just not their best. I'd say fans of bands like Dillinger Four, None More Black, Jawbreaker will def like this Party Hard!

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Thor from Fairmont, MN 
Mar 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is amazing. support a dying band and get this, that anchors aweigh shit was awful, downright shit bomb. buy this, its worth every cent!!!!!!

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Adam from South Croydon, United Kingdom 
Aug 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is kik ass, id say one of their best, quality songs through out quick check girl is badass and lamar vanoy is awesome dudes

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Mike from Port Saint Lucie, FL 
Mar 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the best souls cd...period. if your just now hearing about the souls, get this album. you will be hooked for life.

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Carrie from Churubusco, IN 
Feb 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

FUCKING AMAZING CD!!!THE BEST SOULS ALBUM RELEASED TO DATE. Every track is a great, from the first chords of Lamar Vannoy to the closing lyrics of Johnny X. Catches the pure essence of the Souls and forces it out of your stereo every time you press play.

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Luke from Westmont, NJ 
Sep 3 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Definitly not the best Souls album. I actually dont find it very good. Has one or two good songs but really not anything like their newer stuff. Reccomended for Bouncing Souls fans, but not as a first choice.

 
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