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Defiance, Ohio

Great Depression

No Idea 189

Released on March 14, 2006

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D,OH play fun, politically conscious, stripped-down punk with acoustic guitars, violin, cello, banjo, upright bass... well, you get the picture! They have cruised very DIY throughout their existence, self-releasing their first CD, and touring the USA many times (and Europe as well). They have also worked with a lot of friends' labels with split releases, including a split CD with GHOST MICE on Plan-It-X and a split 7" with ONE REASON on Anti-Creative.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Petty Problems Voted #3  8%
2 Enough  2%
3 Oh, Susquehanna! Voted #1  27%
4 The New World Order  5%
5 Calling Old Friends  8%
6 Trip and Stumble  7%
7 This Feels Better  4%
8 This Year  4%
9 Grandma Song  8%
10 Letter Home  5%
11 The Temperature is Dropping  4%
12 Lambs at the Slaughter  3%
13 Condition 11:11 Voted #2  15%
Come back on or after Tuesday, March 14 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Nov 16 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This would have to be my favorite Defiance, Ohio album. It has a good mix of slower more catchy songs combined with faster more punk feeling songs. The best songs on the album are Condition 11:11, This Feels Better, Letter Home, and Calling Old Friends. Grandma's Song kinda sucks.

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Nick from Osage, MN 
Jan 21 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Defiance, Ohio! are a truly unique kind of folk-punk band. Try and think sort of bob dylan w/ some irish twang, while still mainting sensible jawbreaker-esque punk roots. With lyricism mainly focused on aspects of politics, love and life, they are a truly unique and fresh listen in a modern music scene which all sounds the same, from quirky banjo filled "the new world order" (which contains biting criticism to the bush regime), to the tender ballad "grandma song" (speaking of the process of ones elders dying). The group contains a drummer, banjo/violin player, acoustic guitar and an upright bass player

"let's stop this talk of privilage because the songs that we sing are as much a product of our privilage as the clothes on my back and the phone call i made to my mom last night. let's stop this talk of action because action comes easy it's the moments just before that are hard, when i've got to get my voice and my fist on the same page as my heart. let's stop this talk of them because the things we find deplorable in politicians, ceos and cops are the same things that will tear ourselves apart. and let's stop this talk of words because words like dishonesty selfishness and greed aren't as distance to us as we'd like to believe. So please, the next time you're smashing the state, don't go breaking my heart. because i know that when we pick up the pieces, the only thing left will be the same empty rubble that's made up every revolution that i've ever known to make me believe and lose faith in humanity in the same empty breath of hot air."

thats a lyric from their song "i dont solidarity if it means holding hands with you", sadly not on the album, though it shows the clever semi-poetic style of writing.

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Leigh from Norfolk, United Kingdom 
Jun 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is really cool. the cd only came this morning and i've given it a few listens and it's a damn good record. if you're new to defiance,ohio i'd reccomend picking up 'Share what ya got' first though. definately for fans of This bike is a pipe bomb, Against Me! etc.

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