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Against All Authority/Common Rider


Hopeless 677

Released on April 12, 2005


Mix in one part classic street punk and one part rock classic, and what results is one explosion of an album. Against All Authority, one of the strongest voices for tens of thousands of non conformists have teamed up with Common Rider who is led by the legendary Operation Ivy frontman Jesse Michaels. This low price split CD features all new songs, never before released!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Against All Authority - Lied To  8%
2 Against All Authority - War Machine Breakdown Voted #2  19%
3 Against All Authority - Barricades  8%
4 Against All Authority - Wolrd Dominator  6%
5 Common Rider - Where the Waves Are Highest Voted #1  28%
6 Common Rider - Dogtown  12%
7 Common Rider - Blue Spark Voted #3  14%
8 Common Rider - The Only Ones  4%
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Joseph from Columbus, OH 
Dec 16 2016 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Against All Authority were the first real live band I ever went to see, so they will always hold a special place in my heart. This is a great release for both bands. I prefer the ska punk of AAA more than Common Rider, but I still think CR are pretty good.

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Tammy from Hornell, NY 
May 10 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This was ok. Jesse Michaels can do no wrong. Common Rider was a great band, but you can kind of see why they left a few of the songs off of "This Is Unity Music" Where The Waves Are The Highest has to be the best song from them on the split. AAA was pretty good too, but i wouldn't go out of my way to buy a full length from them. Sorry guys. -Jared

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Dustin from Corvallis, OR 
May 8 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I haven't really listened to the AAA tracks, but the Common Rider songs are more of the same ... catchy as hell. Sure wish they'd re-group or that Jesse would at least put something out.

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Steven from Normandy Park, WA 
Jun 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a really good split, hopefully you already lisetn to both of these artists though because they are really differant from each other

the against all authority is just really loud and fast and intense, its great and straight to the point

and common rider, make sure you get common riders other two cds before this, but dogtown and where the waves are highest are two really great songs

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Matthew from Bolivar, MO 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was a really solid record. I thought the new AAA stuff sounded really good, the common rider stuff could of been better but what can you expect from B-sides?

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Kent from Alma, MI 
Dec 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this cd for the common rider songs, and i just have to say that they are fantastic. Blue spark is my personal favorite, but the others are not lacking. Its a shame they are not together anymore, they had something good. Better than any crap on the airwaves today

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Scott from Bellevue, NE 
May 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Two great bands, on one fucking awesome split. I was not disappointed with either bands on this cd, it was very well worth the money. AAA is great as always (even though the only horns they use is on World Dominator, my favorite on the CD) and so is Common Rider (the best being "where the waves are highest"). So if your a fan of punk, ska, skapunk, or whatever you want to call it, buy this now.

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Pat from Carmel, IN 
May 26 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is fairly good. I expected a lot more out of AAA, and was surprised to find that I liked the Common Rider tracks a lot more than I expected. I still can't wait for AAA's new full length. The best song on here by AAA would have to be WORLD DOMINATOR, While Common Rider's best would probably be BLUE SPARK.

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Marc from Marlboro, NJ 
May 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing split. Common Rider and Against All Authority are 2 amazing bands that people should check out, even though CR isn't around anymore. First with AAA, they bring that heavy, sketchy, punk/ska approach and if you are into music like slapstick you will really enjoy this. Now with CR, its a Jesse Michaels' project so of course it was gonna be good. Their tracks included songs that didn't make it onto This Is Unity Music, with one of the tracks being from HDTY Vol. 5. Overall this is an amazing split CD and probably one of the best out there. I suggest anyone who is a fan of these bands, bands like them, or you just wanna try something new, check this split CD out. You wont regret it.

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Adam from Orange, CA 
May 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The cover art is kinda ooglay, but hey, it's about the tunes! And the tunes are great! I loved AAA right from the get go, but their appeal lessened with each release, straying from the melody and charging to the hardcore. AAA's 4 tracks on this split kinda take a turn in sound back to their early days. As for the Common Rider songs, man o man, how did these 4 tracks get deamed 'outtakes' from their last album?! I think if these 4 tracks were on their last album they'd be 4 of the 5 best songs on the cd!!

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