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Smoke Or Fire

The Speakeasy

Fat Wreck Chords 735

Released on November 9, 2010


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The Speakeasy is undoubtedly the band's Pièce de résistance. Every element of The Speakeasy suggests that Smoke Or Fire have finally realized their potential. The Speakeasy is a complete album in the truest sense, lacking nothing, while offering varied, yet equally enthralling melodies and music on each of the 13 tracks.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Integrity Voted #1  29%
2 Monsters Among Us  0%
3 1968 Voted #3  12%
4 Sleepwalking  7%
5 Neon Light Voted #2  14%
6 Hope & Anchor  0%
7 Honey I Was Right About The War  2%
8 Porch Wine  0%
9 Everything Falls Apart  5%
10 Expatriate  10%
11 The Speakeasy  2%
12 Shotgun  10%
13 Utah  10%
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Tyler from Peoria Heights, IL 
Sep 17 2011 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I like this band. This album though, not so great. A couple good songs, but nothing to write home about.



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Kevin from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Jan 7 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not nearly as strong as their last album but still a strong effort overall. The handful of really good songs are top notch melodic punk rock. 1968 is probably my favorite, and "Everything Falls Apart" is a great song with some of their best guitar work to date.

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Paul from Oak Lawn, IL 
Jan 6 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

My anticipation of this album was out of this world. Upon first downloading the leak (yup), I was ecstatic, but I now base that on the fact that I was simply hearing the first Smoke Or Fire full-length in just-under four years. After the initial two or so listens, every listen became a bit more boring... a bit more boring... a bit more boring. I ignored it for a week or so, and came back to it, and decided that the absence of their previous catchy choruses and strong guitar leads kind of made this an almost-mediocre album. Went back to it a bit later, and it started warming up to me more and more. I eventually sit that this album is a 7/10. In my honest opinion, their weakest of their three full-lengths, but still not bad. I look forward to hearing some of these songs live.

Favorite songs: "Integrity", "Shotgun", "1968", "Expatriate". Worst song they've ever recorded: "Everything Falls Apart".

Though a 7/10 would equal a 3.5 score, I'll up it a half point because... well...





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