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Chamberlain Waits

Red Scare 139

Released on April 13, 2010

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After releasing an especially lauded EP and touring much of 2009, The Menzingers have been dubbed a "Band You Need To Know" in 2010 by Alternative Press and now they have a brand new full length proving why. "Chamberlain Waits" may very well be the most important record released so far by Red Scare and on it The Menzingers combine many of the genre's styles (punk, hardcore, folk) to make for an undeniably infectious hybrid of hits. Produced by Matt Allison at Atlas Studios (Alkaline Trio, Less Than Jake, Lawrence Arms), this new album is destined for great, great things.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Who's Your Partner  0%
2 I Was Born Voted #3  17%
3 Home Outgrown  0%
4 Deep Sleep  17%
5 Time Tables Voted #1  33%
6 Mall Call  0%
7 Tasker-Morris Station Voted #2  25%
8 So It Goes  8%
9 No We Didn't  0%
10 Rivalries  0%
11 Come Here Often?  0%
12 Chamberlain Waits  0%
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Alexander from Orchard Park, NY 
Oct 23 2012 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Yeah I pretty much got into this album randomly just checking things out on the net about it. So I bought this cd awhile ago and figured I'd write something. This is just a overall great high energy album. "Time Tables" is still one of my current favorite punk songs at the moment. It's just so enthusiastic and gets me up and going.

There really isn't a bad or even lackluster song on here so that's why I could even round it up to a 5. It is well worth the inexpensive price here. I just hadn't played it enough to feel that it is a solid '5' gotta love it album.

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Colin from Cedar Rapids, IA 
Oct 3 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

People on youtube are raving that "They say punk rock is dead! It's bands like this that's keeping it alive!" and I couldnt agree more! "Chamberlain Waits" is what Pop Punk has been looking for for years. That Ramones sound but without the fame of The Ramones and without the whole media image of punk (ex Blink 182 even though they are one of my favorites) Red Scare Really knows how to pick'em. This albums high points are definately the opening tracks. "Who's your partner?" & "I was born" clash together and create a sort of opening sequence for the album. Letting you know "This is our sound ("Partner") and this is what makes the album ("I was born") If your not a huge Menzingers fanatic, I dare you to buy/listen to this album and when finished think differently. I loved this album, this is one of the most must own punk albums of this decade.

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Mark from London, ON Canada 
Jul 3 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hey what's up, this is Mark from the stragglers and even though there are still 6 months left, this'll be the punk album of 2010 for sure.

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Travis from Naperville, IL 
Jun 20 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A really good CD all the way through. I prefer "A Lesson In The Abuse Of Information Technology" (their first CD) to this because it's more raw and this is much cleaner. But this is nonetheless a great punk CD and well worth a purchase. Good all the way through I just prefer their first CD.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
May 24 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It is taking me some time to get into this album. I have read reviews that say this is the best record of 2010. Perhaps... I need to give it some more time... because I am just not connecting with it right now. I loved the "Hold On Dodge" 7" they released before this. I am sure If I saw them play these songs live, I would grow to like them.

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