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Unknown Road (Remastered)

Epitaph / Ada 86737.2

Released on March 8, 2005


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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Unknown Road  7%
2 Homesick Voted #1  19%
3 Time To Burn Voted #3  13%
4 It's Up To Me  13%
5 You Can Demand  2%
6 Nothing  13%
7 Vices  2%
8 City Is Burning  4%
9 Dying To Know Voted #2  19%
10 Tester  0%
11 Try To Conform  7%
12 Give And Get  0%
13 Clear Your Head  2%
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Matt from Medina, TN 
May 13 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A classic from a band that never lets you down. I hear a lot of people talk about how every Pennywise sounds the same. Well if it ain't broke.... Right?? Unknown Road, Homesick, and City is Burning are the best songs on this album. The reissue is okay, but I prefer the original.

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Mike from Houston, TX 
May 13 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a landmark album for the Epitaph/ so -cal punk rock crowd. This is a solid CD, as the band opens up with unknown road ( the piano intro is so cool!), and doesn't stop the break neck speed skate punk. Some of the songs sound similar, so redudancy is an issue, but still this is a MUST HAVE. Say what you want about Pennywise, but they are icons in the so-cal scene.

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