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Less Than Jake


Sleep It Off 5

Released on June 24, 2008

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 City Of Gainesville  10%
2 The State Of Florida  10%
3 Does the Lion City Still Roar? Voted #1  17%
4 Summon Monsters  3%
5 Abandon Ship  9%
6 Handshake Meets Pokerface  9%
7 Settling Son  3%
8 Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker  0%
9 Golden Age Of My Negative Ways  1%
10 The Space They Can't Touch Voted #3  11%
11 Conviction Notice  5%
12 This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise  4%
13 The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building  2%
14 Devil In My DNA Voted #2  14%
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Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
May 26 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This was my first LTJ album, so I can't compare it to any other one.

Overall, it was ok, nothing I could ever get obsessed with, but something I can handle listening to now and again. The music itself is pretty good, a little too poppy at times, but decent. Vocals are good, lyrics are ok. The sound is rather polished.

But, it's a fun album.

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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
May 12 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I also agree that LTJ started out great, went to shit, and then with the last two albums, came back in a big way. It actually caught me off guard, but I was overjoyed. Keep it up, guys!

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Peter from Woonsocket, RI 
Jul 22 2008 Rating: 2/5 Stars

OK, so maybe I am in the minority here since everyone else seems to think that this is a great CD compared to the past couple LTJ CD's. I will say that I agree that it is slightly better than the last 2 releases but in NO WAY does it even come close to LTJ's early work. It is predictible, boring in places, and overall a CD that will spend most of its days collecting dust on my wall.

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Kevin from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Jul 17 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've always liked Less Than Jake, I have all their albums, but I never really considered them one of my really favorite bands...

With this album, that has changed...

This is without a doubt the best album Less Than Jake has ever made!

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David from Fort Collins, CO 
Jul 12 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Less Than Jake has a strong showing in this album...Going back to their roots, a lot more horns than their previous album and every song sounds fantastic, any Ska fan should pick this up

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Poorboy from Syracuse, NY 
Jun 29 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

GNV FLA marks Less Than Jake's return to their roots, trading in the over produced major label sound for their trademarked horn laced ska punk. The record feels like a mix between Losing Streak and Borders and Boundaries, and although oddly enough it DOESN'T sound like Hello Rockview (the album in between Streak and Borders), longtime fans will really enjoy this effort after 2006's major label let down In With The Out Crowd. If you stopped paying attention to Less Than Jake after being disappointed by Anthem or IWTOC, then this is a good time to get back in the game.

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Tom from Bay Village, OH 
Jun 26 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I had bought this Cd on an impulse when I had found out that LTJ were going to be doing the "shout it loud" 2 tour. Which was a blast last year with RBF. I have liked LTJ for about 5 years and have seen their progression from classic ska/punk to more "scene" to sell to the masses but this Cd takes them back to borders and boundaries days but not as good as pezcore or losing streak. Pick it up if your trying to fill the collection of LTJ CD's but if new to the band go get pezcore or losing streak first.

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