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Sludgeworth

Losers Of The Year

Lookout! 131

Released on October 24, 1995

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Waste It Away  8%
2 Someday Voted #1  18%
3 Anytime  4%
4 Only One  2%
5 Another Day  6%
6 I Analyze  3%
7 Never Say Never  3%
8 Follow  7%
9 Over and Over  4%
10 She's Not Disposable  4%
11 Cry Baby  8%
12 Nearest One To Stand Behind  8%
13 Angry Man  3%
14 Two Feet On The Ground Voted #2  12%
15 You And I Voted #3  9%
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Shaun from Toronto, OH 
Nov 24 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmmm, it was alright. I saw these guys on the Out of Focus DVD and was blown away. I got this CD and was just like...huh? The songs are OK but really really boring. I think I listened to it three times and then just put it away. Worthy purchase if you're into the whole Lookout! scene late 80's/early 90's. The CD insert has a pretty cool thing from Ben Weasel about the band.

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Juan from Brownsville, TX 
May 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great cd, great songs, very good cd by vapid the cd would be better if it had lyrics. Pick this up if you like some of vapids bands in the past.

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Joan from Barkhamsted, CT 
Dec 23 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First things first. Any ignorant a-hole who says that Sludgeworth "were one of the most underappreciated and unacknowledged bands to ever come out of the Chicago music scene" should get their own line, cuz that's the first thing that Ben Weasel wrote in the album liner... If you're looking for pop-punk, go listen to Blink 182 and jerk your momma off with sandpaper. And if you think Schafer's voice sucks, you gotta remember that he didn't have his balls chopped off so he can hit those high notes past puberty, like all those ball-less, whining fags plaguing the supposed "punk scene" currently... Anyhow, Sludgeworth were a unique, excellent group, one that will make you really get into the music. Sludgeworth deserves their own musical catergory that very few bands nowadays fit into: "Good Music". It makes sense, cuz that's what this is.

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Zachary from Gays, IL 
Jun 3 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sludgeworth "Losers of the Year" is Chicago's answer to Face to Face. The album is not what one might expect from Dan Schafer(Vapid)and Brian Vermin, both of Screeching Weasel in the early 90's. It sounds to me like a fusion of Face to Face off of the "Live" album and Screeching Weasel. The songs sound a bit meloncholly, but i can't make out much of the lyrics. The album met more than my expectations. It's a good album if you're feeling a little blue. The inside sleeve comment written by Ben Weasel, is a pretty good history of the group as well as a decent description of the band. The cd is well worth the money if you like S.W., the Vindictives, and the whole Chicago scene of the early to mid 90's. And even if you don't like that scene you may like this album.

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M from Keighley, United Kingdom 
Dec 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is absolutely fanstastic, its mainly emo, but theres some pop-punk and "angry man" is a bit funkier. Follow reminds me alot of fugazi. The only bad point is Dan Schafer's singing, which is quite weak compared to his contributions to the Riverdales, Methadones or Mopes.

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Patrick from Mt. Prospect, IL 
Oct 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a pop-punk gem. The name "Sludgeworth" still holds fond memories for many in Chicago. Why is album isn't more popular, I have no clue. For anyone who doesn't know, this features Dan Schafer (aka Dan Vapid) and Brian Vermin who were one-time members of Screeching Weasel who left that band to form this one in 1989 (they broke up in 1992). While this might attack some people and repel others, the SW attachment really means little, especially since the 2 bands (particularly the 1989-era Screeching Weasel, which is when both guys were in the band) sound quite different. This is pop-punk (with the emphasis on pop) with rather melancholy lyrics (along the lines of Jawbreaker, but not quite the same). A lot of people compare these guys to Jawbreaker meeting Samiam. I never really listened to Samiam so I can't verify the accuracy of such a statement, but I know I like this album a hole lot.

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Eric from Millersville, MD 
Sep 6 2000 Rating: 5/5 Stars

More proof that anything Danny Vapid touches turns to gold. This isn't Screeching Weasel, Riverdales, or Mopes pop-punk but more on the emo-punk tip (brings Jawbreaker to mind). This band was way ahead of its time. If Sludgeworth were around to this day, there's no doubt they'd be huge. This one's a treasure that everyone should own

 
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