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Sloppy Seconds

Endless Bummer

Kid Tested 3

Released on June 24, 2008


Endless Bummer is an 18-track manifesto to add to the junk rock canon. The disc's title might suggest a depressing theme in the hands of a less inspired band, but Sloppy Seconds promise to make it a fitting new chapter in the story of that never-ending party they started on summer night years ago.
The kings of junk rock? Long may they reign.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 D.I.Y. Til We Die! Voted #2  17%
2 Kegs R4 Kids  7%
3 I Don't Wanna Go Out With You  0%
4 You Can't Kill Joey Ramone Voted #1  21%
5 Thanks For The Mammaries  7%
6 Everybody Hates The United States  7%
7 P.O. Box 33046  7%
8 Endless Bummer  0%
9 Shut Up And Pour Me A Drink Voted #3  12%
10 High School Girlz  10%
11 Let Me See Your Driver's License  0%
12 Lois Lane  10%
13 Achy Breaky Skull  2%
14 Ray  0%
15 This Is Your Brain On Drugs  0%
16 Nightmare Theater  0%
17 F. F. Sucks The World  0%
18 Action  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Nov 1 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A 'FREAKING' MAZING! Songs like 'Kegs R4 Kids', 'You Can't Kill Joey Ramone' & 'This is Your Brain on Drugs' are a constant rotation on my CD player. Like everyone else, I set patiently for this album and it didn't dissapoint. Junk Rock is back!

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Steven from Lisle, IL 
Aug 12 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another masterpiece. The Sloppy Seconds don't fall short on this being their first new full-length release in a very long time. It's awesome. Get it. Also get the reissue of "Destroyed" while you can. This comparable to that, but slighty not as perfect.

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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Aug 10 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

From the opening "Play that piece of shit!!!!", yelled by singer B.A, you know the 10 year wait is finally over and it's time to get drunk & stupid!! This is a fucking rocker right from the off, straight up pop punk "n" roll from the masters. One steamroller of a hit after another with no let up from the opening chord to the last. Well worth the wait in my opinion. Following on pretty much from where "More Trouble Than They're Worth" left off this is a timely re-introduction to the scene by the Junk Rock legends for anyone who may have forgotten what a truly amazing band Sloppy Seconds is. There's a lot of great pop punk out there at the minute and this just makes that scene even more exciting as this is definately top of the heap of recent realeases. With titles like, DIY till we Die!, Kegs R 4 Kids, You Can't Kill Joey Ramone, Thanks for the Mammaries & Shut Up and Pour me a Drink, you know you're onto a winner. Great sound, plenty of ooommph in the guitars, superbly stupid (but intelligent) lyrics and more of a rock n roll flavour, this delivers exactly what Sloppy Seconds worshippers like me waited so long for. A great release from Kid Tested Records, which looks like along with Red Scare, could be a label I'll buy every release. They have already put out a Manges best of, reissued the Parasites "It's Alive" Ramones cover and this gem. They have reissues of out of print Parasites albums + are releasing their latest offering sometime in the Autumn. I can't wait, great fucking start, Sloppy Seconds being the best of the bunch. Keep up the good work!!!

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