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Off With Their Heads

From The Bottom

No Idea 240

Released on July 22, 2008

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Combine a direct, desperate outlook with upbeat, forward-moving punk rock, and what do you have? A strangely uplifting, energetic rallying cry that - far from bogging down the listener- inspires one to get up off their ass and do something. When I need a pick me up, this is it. When I need to knuckle down & get 'er done, this is it. For you, maybe you need to kick a bad habit: this may not be for you. Or maybe... it's just what you need.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I Am You Voted #2  17%
2 Wrong  9%
3 1612 Havenhurst  10%
4 Go On Git Now  6%
5 Until The Day... Voted #1  20%
6 Keep Falling Down  8%
7 Terrorist Attack?  1%
8 Self Checkout  4%
9 Fuck This, I'm Out Voted #3  11%
10 For The Four  4%
11 Ten Years Trouble  9%
12 I Hope You Know  1%
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Chris from Novato, CA 
Mar 15 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I probably got into Off With Their Heads about a year ago and find them to be one of the best new punk bands around. They've certainly got a bit more "poppy" and melodic since this early release. But every album rules.

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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL 
Mar 2 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A little more, more of the same. Don't care to go much in depth about it. A lot of similar sounding stuff, gets old.. Like the pop punk scene. It's cool for a year because 3 or 4 bands break the mediocre barrier - Then 30 somehting bands copy those 4 other bands then you got mush. Mush.

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Gino from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Oct 6 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Finally pop punk that doesn't suck. Reminds me of the green day record insomniac. Catchy as hell with lyrics that make you glad you weren't as depressed as the singer when he wrote them. Good ol honest punk rock. Cheers.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Oct 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow! This is sooo good. It's got the elements that you expect from past OWTH the D4 Beat and the catchy-grouchy vocals, yet alot of the songs are different. Check out songs like the closer "I Hope You Know". This CD really shows that Off With Their Heads are getting better with each release. Easily one of the best CD/LP's I bought in 2008.

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Graham from Morton Grove, IL 
Aug 13 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I am giving this a 1 cos I vacillate between despising it and everything it stands for (glad I bought it with a Visa gift card and not my own cash) and getting the fuck off on it when I am really pissed off (at which time it would rate a 5).

Makes you feel better about yourself cos you think well shit, I could be the wacky skumpunk who sings and writes the damaged self-pitying lyrics in OWTH. This sounds exactly like Screeching Weasel with a bit of Dillinger Four and Descendents thrown in - utterly unoriginal as hell, with a vocalist who oddly sounds like he comes from a late 80s English pop-punk band like Snuff or terminus or something. Still, nobody ever accused the now-defunkt intellectually bankrupt punk subgenre of new ides and depth or style.

But this actually plays like a satire on bland emo bands, cos it has the same sort of lyrical concerns - lost girlfriends, private personal solipsistic pain, caring about nobody but yourself, being angry at friends or enemies, how much life just fukken sukks dood - except this occasionally-wannabe-poetic pathetic whiney shit is (probably) real. It could be written by a teenage boy with English as a second language after a week of bad acid trips. It's great and it grates. It's absolutely nothing you haven't heard before, and is , to its detriment, far less raw than the equally execrable-cum-excellent Hospitals.

Stay in school. Otherwise you could end up in a band like this.

Be warned.

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