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Marked Men


Dirtnap 79

Released on January 20, 2009

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Blurring the rawness and velocity of their self-titled debut with the slightly more developed songwriting "chops" of the last two, the Marked Men have truly delivered the best of both worlds. you can pop the needle on "Ghosts" for 5 seconds and instantly be left without a doubt as to whom you are listening. It ain't pop-punk. It ain't power-pop. It ain't KBD or '77 style punk. At this point, the Marked Men sound like absolutely no one but themselves.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 All In Your Head  0%
2 Ditch  0%
3 Fortune Voted #3  17%
4 My Love  0%
5 I Must Be Dead  0%
6 Head Set  0%
7 Locked Up  0%
8 Not That Kind  0%
9 Stay Away  0%
10 Get To You  0%
11 Ghosts  0%
12 Shaky Ground  0%
13 Red Light Rumors Voted #2  33%
14 One More Time Voted #1  50%
15 Blew My Head  0%
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Nora from Lansing, MI 
Oct 16 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

to me, this album is probably the album i've had to listen to the most for it to hit me. usually the marked men just rip your face off with their garage punk pop, compared to fix my brain especially, this one took a while. it's awesome, and then in hindsight it has to be no matter what because this is probably the last album we'll get. pretty even split between both vocalists even though the Jeff songs are almost always my favorites. still the production sounds a bit funny to me, I don't know if it's the blur or just how buried or too combined some of the elements are sometimes.

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Martin from Québec, PQ Canada 
Jan 19 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fourth and probably last album by the incredible Marked Men. After moving from Dirtnap Records to Swami Records they are back on Dirtnap for this one. I’m pretty sure this album will create divided feeling among the punk related music community. Garage punk aficionados will say this suck that the Marked Men are now adding some emo stuff in their music, that they jump off the Marked Men train after their first album (this is such a classic comment to say when a band is getting more popular…) and so on. Skate Punk listeners or whatever other kind of crappy punk listeners will say that is the best album they have heard since quite a while! Personally has a Garage Punk fan I found Ghost probably as good as Fix My Brain but I have to be honest that my favourite Marked Men album are the first S/T album release on Rip Off Records and their Second On the Outside release on Dirtnap. I discover the Marked Men way back with their first album because I was fan of previous members band The Reds. However, I never dislike any record they have made and I think their music just matured with the time. Ghost is a crossover between On The Outside and Fix My Brain. It has some fastest classic Marked Men Style songs and some mid-tempo ala Fix My Brain songs. The opener All in Your Head is a killer! Only Get To You seems to fall off the Marked Men mould and Red Light Rumor sounds more like swedens Manikins, But overall there is nothing too confusing here. I really like the description of the album writing ahead: The Marked Men now sounds like no others but themselves. This is such a true statement. In years from now I’ll bet you’ll see band sounding like The Marked Men because they really create some kinda of unique sound just by using classic guitar, bass, drum, vocal and taking the best of their Garage, Punk, Power Pop, 77, Rock’n’Roll, KBD influences. So yes Ghost is a winner like any other Marked Men release. And fuck those entire columnists, reviewers who see some Emo crap in this! This have nothing to do with Emo at all! Anyway, just too bad this might be their last album!

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