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Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards


Hellcat 80467

Released on July 13, 2004

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This follow up to 2001's self titled Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards album picks up where the last one left off. Sixteen tracks co-written by Lars and Tim Armstrong; chock full of stories about glory and honor along with shout-outs to Lars' one night stands and adventurous lifestyle across the globe. With covers of The Blasters "Marie Marie" and "For You" by the Anti-Nowhere League thrown in for good measure, this record is ready to live up to its title and unleash an unrelenting attack on your ears!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bastards  4%
2 Skins, Punx, And Drunx Voted #3  12%
3 Fight  2%
4 1%  9%
5 Switchblade Voted #2  12%
6 Marie Marie  8%
7 Little Rude Girl  8%
8 Maggots  4%
9 Mainlining Murder  3%
10 For You  5%
11 My Life To Live Voted #1  15%
12 The Kids Are Quiet On Sharmon Palms  3%
13 Blind Ambition  2%
14 Gods Of War  1%
15 Streetwise Professor  4%
16 The Viking  8%
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Brandon from Pennington Gap, VA 
Jul 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great album, this is the second time I've bought it. It has a lot of good songs on it, it's one of those cd's that you dont have to skip every other song on. If you're looking at this album, stop wasting time and buy it already..

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Erik from Apo, AE 
Jul 5 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First album is WAY better, but this one still holds its own musically. Lots of really quality songs, and while they will definitely get you pumped up, I don't feel there is really anything on here that is going to make you think. First off, I can't understand why people bitch about the content (ie: sex, violence, and drugs) when most reviews on here specifically state that’s what’s on the album. Why buy something you know you won't like? I would say that the main fault of this album is Lars' constant need to brag about himself. It’s like listening to a rapper go on about his bling and bitches. Whereas the first album let the music and lyrics speak for themselves, it’s like Lars is trying to convince you how cool he is on Viking. Dude, we know you're Lars fucking Fredricksen. You don't have to tell us you're a badass. That said, Lars is one of the coolest and most laid back punk "stars" I've met. So, I guess I don't understand where he's coming from with the shit on this record.

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John from Phelan, CA 
Jul 1 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Lars Frederiksen is a cool as fuck guy, his first CD was excellent to an utter maximum and Rancid is my all-time favorite band, but goddamn if is CD isn't borderline self-parody. I agree with whoever below me said that this is like a rap CD, because the first couple of songs he just sings about his street cred, then his weapons and how he'll kill ya and then finishes it up with singing about all the hoes he gets. Barely not self-parody. The worse I would say is Switchblade, featuring Skinhead Rob Aston, who I fucking hate. Honesly, has anyone else noticed that the more the guys from Rancid associate themselves with Skinhead Rob, the shittier their stuff gets? For example -Indestructible, Transplants and this CD.

About 5 or 6 songs are hits and the rest are misses. And the misses will make you embarrassed to even own the CD. But when they hit, how they fucking hit. My favorite songs are Bastards, 1%, Little Rude Girl and My Life To Live (which I will admit probably has the worse 'rap-like' lyrics besides Switchblade, but c'mon, it features Tim Armstrong!) Anyways, I give it three stars because its Lars. He needs to get his act together and knock out another CD more like the first one. Same for Tim Armstrong, fuck Transplants, make another Rancid CD. C'mon guys, do it for the kids.

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Michael from Southington, CT 
Jun 25 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

3.5 because it's a punk album about how he's banged lots of chicks. They should change the name to Are you positive?

that joke may have been lame, but this album isn't too bad. Besides the fact that I'll keep away from whatever bathroom Lars may be using at a venue I'd still go to see them play. First album was better that one gets a 5....

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Gerald from Allentown, PA 
Jun 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

AWESOME, GREAT,BUY IT.Lars and the Bastards are the best I got this album and then went and saw them on warped tour and I took my 10yr old bro, We both met Lars got free stuff from him pictures with him and he was awesome I met Skotty PR and Craig-leg and they were awesome too.So If anyone says theyre not theyre just Stupid and Liars.

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Michael from Granada Hills, CA 
Apr 29 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I've had this cd for a long time but never reviewed it. This is probably one of the strangest punk records ever. The whole cd is pretty much Lars singing about how he has sex with hundreds of women and how he's from the streets and been through a lot of shit. I guess if you play guitar really good it doesn't matter if you have tatoos on your face to get chicks.... Some of the songs are catchy, but when i listen to a rancid album or anything with lars in it i don't want to hear him singing about all the chicks he's banged all around the world. The s/t was way better.

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Carrie from Austin, MN 
Mar 25 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I became a big fan of Lars and the boys after their first album, it blew me away and holds a permanent place in my CD book. I was expecting great things from this album but was let down, guess that'll teach me to have expectations. I certainly like a few of the tunes on this one, but it just doesn't compare to their first.

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Teven from Austin, TX 
Jan 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Not as good as their previous release but still good. Has a couple songs that different for them sounding kind of physcobilly and stuff. this is a good album Lars poors his heart out on record fuckin full of punk rock emotion worth buying if you know anything about lars and the bardards or rancid

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Glen from Regstrup, Denmark 
Dec 24 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is just great!! Lars is amazing and "Viking" is almost at good as his first album... But the sound is better on this album... Buy it!!

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Ricardo from Fpo, AE 
Nov 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is just as good as his first... pure, hard, old school sounding punk rock... cd booklet with the pics is pretty cool too... hehe... get it now... don't think twice about it either got it...

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