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No Idea 243

Released on July 22, 2008

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Originally released in 2007 on Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance in very limited quantities, now re-issued for the masses!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Northbound Breakdown Voted #3  17%
2 Airport Monday Morning Voted #1  25%
3 Just A Quiet Evening Voted #2  25%
4 Haircuts And T-shirts  8%
5 Can't Think About It Now  8%
6 Spiders In A Garden  0%
7 Yeems Songs For Nothing  0%
8 Try And Stay Awake  0%
9 Song For Mel  0%
10 All Night Long  13%
11 Records At Nite  4%
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Mic from Zionsville, IN 
Oct 29 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'm happy as shit to be getting this on vinyl, I missed the boat on the initial issue of the LP and cursed myself as I saw fucking ridick prices on ebay (fuck that!). Anyways, this album is amazing, Lifetime did a reunion record and hardly fucked up any aspect of it. This sounds like a new Lifetime record, not just some mere follow up, they take the pop aspects of their sound and give it a good kick in the ass and then let it rip! The songs are good, some are in true classic Lifetime style while others are a little slower but still as awesome. Great fucking record, a dream come true for a lot of fans man (I must admit I completely missed the boat on Lifetime, yeah you know I can't be a total stud all the time). I'd say you should snatch this album up, who knows what kinda bullshit price they'll be asking for on ebay (though reissue never fair as well as 1st presses I gotta say). Buy it punk!

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