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Reunion Tour

Epitaph 86877

Released on September 25, 2007


The Weakerthans hold deep roots in the indie scene. With literary lyrics that could stand alongside a Raymond Carver or Russell Banks short story, and music that channels the spirit of punk, alt-country, barroom rock, and folk, this band is set to build on the critical acclaim that greeted 2003's "Reconstruction Site"

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Civil Twilight  11%
2 Hymn Of The Medical Oddity Voted #3  14%
3 Relative Surplus Value Voted #1  17%
4 Tournament Of Hearts  11%
5 Virtute the Cat Explains Her Departure  14%
6 Elegy From Gump Worsley  0%
7 Sun In An Empty Room  3%
8 Night Windows Voted #2  17%
9 Bigfoot!  3%
10 Reunion Tour  6%
11 Utilities  6%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jun 29 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

When I need some 'chill' music, I know that the Weakerthans are the band I can count on. John K. Samson will always hold a special place in my heart from his days in Propagandhi. This new offering is good. I can never think of stand out tracks on Weakerthan's albums because they are all so soothing and flow well.

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Kent from Alma, MI 
Jun 12 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It was a long wait, but it was worth it. The Weakerthans have created another marvelous album. Every song on here is amazing and there are no tracks that would need to be skipped while listening to it. The lyrics (like usual) are really good. John Samson is one of the best writers in this genre and possibly others. All of these songs are based on fictional characters. Kind of like Tom Waits' albums in the 80's but not as obscure as them. This cd has the feel of "Reconstruction site" but has a unique sound. I love the continuation of the Virtute the Cat story. That song is one of the many gems on this cd. I would recommend this to anyone who likes any type of music. It is simply fantastic. They cant go wrong.

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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Apr 9 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok, it's the weakerthans. i don't think anyone needs to say anymore. but in case you need some help, this isn't punk, though the band writes with the intelligence and intensity of a punk band, yet slow down the tempo to allow for maximum enjoyment. i'd recommend this to one and to all.

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John from Bradenton, FL 
Jan 18 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very good cd here like usual with this band. Sounds sorta like reconstruction only more mellow than that. I recommend to buy this but buy their early releases before this if you haven't.

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Isaac from Linwood, ON Canada 
Dec 14 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yeah Weakerthans. These guys are so cool, and so is this cd. Very mello and hilarious. Realize that you have to be in the mood for it, and I can only takeso much of it (quite a bit actually) before I need something with a little more kick. It's kind of hilarious that John Sampson used to be Propaghandi. They are waaay different. Anyways, buy this cd, it's worth it.

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