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John Stamos Project

Take Your Best Shot

Reinforcement 41

Released on November 20, 2001


$7.00

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The John Stamos Project is a 3 piece punk band from Long Island, NY. Mix the Queers (Love Songs For The Retarded sound) with Screeching Weasel, Ramones, & Cletus and throw in some new school influence of Ataris, Blink, and Weezer and you begin to get an idea of what these guys sound like. These guys play the short, fast, and angry punk as well as they play the mid-tempo songs about broken hearts. Get your copy today!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 World War Iii  4%
2 An Ode To Billy Joel Voted #2  11%
3 Date From Hell  7%
4 Hands And Knees  6%
5 8/26/99 Voted #1  20%
6 My Mom Still Thinks I'm Sxe  4%
7 I Gotta Problem  6%
8 Wally's Mom Don't Like Me Voted #3  9%
9 For Christina  6%
10 I'm Gonna Be A Pornstar  7%
11 In It For The Chicks  6%
12 A Banana For Anna  2%
13 Will There Ever Be?  0%
14 I Miss U(niversity)  9%
15 Outro  0%
16 Special Bonus Track  4%
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Steven from Lisle, IL 
Nov 29 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this record is ok, has a couple good tracks, but nothing to blow a load over. but it is cheap and i'll admit it has it's charm. i got it because the desciption said it was like the queers and weasel...not quite, it is more like a blink 182 at times. it isn't terrible, i don't regret buying it, not at $6.50 anyway. there are many things out there that are worse than this.

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Jerry from Bakersfield, CA 
Jan 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd was a lot better than i thought. its really upbeat and catchy. great cd. i havnt heard their new stuff yet, i heard its good.

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Richard from Fredonia, NY 
Mar 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is amazing. If you're a fan of the Queers, Screeching Weasel, early Blink 182, or the Ramones, definitely check these guys out. If you don't like good ole fashioned 3 chord pop punk you might wanna stay away, but who knows. It's so catchy you might become a closet pop punker!!!

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Dec 28 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I can't decide whether I like this or not. At times it's great pop punk that reminds me of The Lillingtons, but at other times (especially on "8/26/99") it gets waaaaaaaay too close to Blink 182 territory. I heard these guys on the AMP Pop Punk sampler, maybe I should've gotten their other EP with "JJ is a Drama Queen" on it. Whatever, it's relativly cheap. Just be warned that it's not all Queers and Weasel; beneath the surface lies the dreaded Fenix TX and Blink 182 influence.

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Adam from North Huntingdon, PA 
Dec 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good cd. if you like ramones style pop punk you will like it...the vocals are a little different than other bands like them. not all the songs are great but it is definatly worth the money get it.

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Chris from Cincinnati, OH 
Nov 26 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is ok, I liked their new ep better, but still this is a great cheap cd to own if you like pop punk

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Chad from Apo, AE 
Apr 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BUY THIS NOW!!!!!!!!!! jsp are one of the best bands i've heard in a long time. go to their site and support them if you live in the NY area.

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Linda from Abingdon, VA 
Oct 19 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

not as good as the grand prixx, but it still rocks for a band that obviously loves screeching weasel, as well as faster, simpler punk rock. one of the guys that sings sounds like a pansy, but you either gotta love it or hate it. songs about girls, wanting to be a porn star, and why billy joel fucking sucks.

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Joseph from Southold, NY 
May 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great cd. I was looking through interpunk and found this cd, so I said what the hell. Two days later the cd shows up and I was really surprised that it was really good. A lot of the songs make me laugh. This is a cd from a local band that u should buy.

 
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