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Bomb The Music Industry!

Get Warmer

Asian Man ASM154

Released on September 11, 2007

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BTMI! plays a blend of musical styles, but are anchored around ska and punk. They're often compared to bands such as THE BLUE MEANIES, FISHBONE, or BIG D AND THE KIDS TABLE, that blend a range of influences and experimental effects into their ska framework. Studio experimentation, synth-pop, and DC hardcore also pop up in the mix, and singer/songwriter Jeff Rosenstock claims influences from such bands as HARVEY DANGER and NEUTRAL MILK HOTEL as much as the standard ska/punk affairs.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Jobs Schmobs  6%
2 493 Ruth  8%
3 Bike Test 123  6%
4 Unlimited Breadsticks, Soup And Salad Days Voted #2  15%
5 No Rest For The Whiny  2%
6 25 Goddamn Telethon  4%
7 Depression Is No Fun  8%
8 I Don't Love You Anymore Voted #3  15%
9 Pizza Claus Is Coming To Town  0%
10 Never Trust A Man Without A Horribly Embarrassing Secret Voted #1  23%
11 Get Warmer  10%
12 The Last Party (Foul)  2%
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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Nov 16 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Some really fun sort of ska music. It's not "conventional" ska music I guess. Could be the most ridiculous thing you've ever heard. very chaotic.

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Beth from Omaha, NE 
Aug 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I saww these dudes opening for the queers in KC, and HOLY FUCK, they were worth the honor. The cd's not as good as their show, and I kinda wish they'd sell more of them because my computer sucks balls and won't download 'em. Nonetheless, they do great shit, in a way that I haven't really heard done before so I'm telling you to buy this.

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Joe from Clifton, NJ 
Jun 11 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the second great Bomb the Music Industry! album, as far as I'm concerned. Album Minus Band being the first, with the other two being a collection of songs, some hit, and some miss. This is definitely a 'concept album': the concept being quitting your job, moving away from where you were, and going somewhere totally different, before eventually realizing that shit's sorta the same everywhere. The words rock the shit, but that's to be expected from anything Jeff Rosenstock does. As for the music, it's way less punx this time around. I really like it a lot, but if you're not into much other music aside from punk or ska, you might not feel it so much. My one friend hates this album, whereas I love it. It's that sort of an album, I think -- love it or hate it. Live drums this time around, which sounds awesome and adds a ton to the intensity of the songs. Synths played live this time, which again adds to the intensity and uh.. "honesty". Basically, if you like other Bomb! stuff, I really don't see how you can be THAT disappointed. But don't expect to totally love it unless you go into it with a sort of open mind.

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Trevor from Bloomington, MN 
Jun 7 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a really fun album. the lyrics are really really fucking sweet, and its ajust a good band. Bomb the music industry is supposed to be one of the best bands, but i havent seen em, but i want to. but im sure their shows would be packed with sing alongs

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Matthew from Staunton, IL 
Oct 12 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW this cd is amazing it is plain in your face fast shit and i love it, it is kind of like arrogant sons of bitches especially three cheers for disappointment except a much more unique sound, as it mentions in the description it is a blend of many sounds, but somehow it is still really catchy i think, you got to give BTMI! a listen





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