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Atom And His Package

Attention! Blah Blah Blah

Hopeless 666

Released on February 11, 2003


$15.00
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The fourth full-length album from rock'n'roll's favorite one-man combo Atom & His Package, and another solid throwdown of sequencer-frenzied pop, rock and dance action for the let's-have-a-good-time set. Thirteen tracks, including the soon-to-be hits "The Palestinians Are Not The Same Thing As The Rebel Alliance, Jackass," "I Am Downright Amazed What I Can Destroy With Just A Hammer," and "Dear Atom, You Do Not Want to Have Children. Love, Atom."

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Possession (Not The One By Danzig) Voted #3  12%
2 Mustache T.V.  6%
3 Palestinians Are Not The Same Thing As... Voted #1  21%
4 Does Anyone Else In The Room Want To Marry...  5%
5 I, Professional Gambler  4%
6 Out To Everyone  11%
7 Friend, Please Stop Smoking  7%
8 Head With Arms  0%
9 I Am Downright Amazed At What I Can Destroy... Voted #2  20%
10 Lying to You  2%
11 Dear Atom, You Do Not Want Children. Love, Atom.  8%
12 For Aliza, Whenever She May Sleep  4%
13 Matt Werth Speaks  1%
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Josh from Wilmington, DE 
Sep 26 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This album is pretty good, although I think "Redefining Music" was better. Most of the songs on here are pretty funny & catchy. Some ones that stand out are "The Palestinians Are Not The Same Thing As The Rebel Alliance, Jackass," "Does Anyone Else In This Room Want To Marry His Or Her Own Grandmother?," & "Dear Atom, You Do Not Want Children. Love, Atom."

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Duncan from Dundalk, Ireland 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing album from Atom and His Package. Really rockin', which wasn't what I was really expecting. Lots of wild guitar riffs and the like............great fun.

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Kyle from Newmarket, ON Canada 
Jun 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When you look at all the reviews here and see how they are all 5 stars and give glowing recommendations, they are no doubt CORRECT! This is without a doubt, Atom's best CD since 'Making Love' with such great songs as "Possession" and "I'm Downright Amazed". It's what techno-punk should be - ample amounts of guitar with just enough synth lines and drum sequences! Well worth the purchase.

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Kevin from Hebecourt, France 
Sep 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow! What a terrific album! Atom manages to create an original album with his package. This mix of punk rock and electro influence due to his keyboard is really surprising. Besides the lyrics are very funny and are explained by Atom in the booklet. So, it's a sure value!

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Austin from Metropolis, IL 
Apr 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ahhh.. My beloved Atom. It seems that I can't dislike anything that he produces. Atom's back and the package is right by his side. This time around, Atom presents 12 rocktastic tracks and a bunch of random ramblings by Matt Worth. I'd have to say the only song on this album that I particullarly don't enjoy would be "Head With Arms". It's not bad, neccessarily, but I'm not too fond of it. You don't understand how bad you need this album, kids. Buy it today.

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Chris from Boaz, AL 
Mar 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is awesome. The lyrics are funny but usually make a point, the synths are enjoyable and not annoying at all, and the guitars and drums are suprisingly intense. It all comes together to make one of the most unique outfits wandering the scene at the moment, as well as one of the best.

...unless his other albums really suck. All I know is that this one is wonderful.

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Ranah from Albuquerque, NM 
Mar 7 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, this cd is frankly just great! A lot of the songs are really funny, especially “The palestinians are not the same thing..” I mean really, go get $13 dollars and buy the cd! If all the music that you like is Blink-182 and the like, you might not like it because it has a lot of bells and cool stuff like that. But you might, so just buy the cd, you’ll be doing your self a favor. Really, buy and jam out, its just awesome!

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Chris from Portsmouth, RI 
Feb 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, Atom has done it again! Totally awesome! "Possesion", "Mustache T.V.", "Does Anyone Else in This Want To Marry His or Her Own Grandma", "Friend, Please Stop Smoking", "Dear Atom" and "I'm Downright Amazed" are Atom's best work since his last album... which is still a good thing. The only thing that bugged me was Matt Werth's random rants at the end. Just... BUY IT!!!

 
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