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Released on October 28, 2014



Infrequently does a work of art or a performance embody the true culculmination of a career, life of experience, or body of work. LAGWAGON’s latest offering Hang achieves just that. While most veteran bands coast into the finish line echoing a familiar cadence, hemmed in by the parameters of the sound they’ve defined, LAGWAGON are just now realizing their full potential and picking up speed at the end of the race. As a band that has been heavily influential on modern punk, LAGWAGON’s existing resume is beyond reproach, yet Hang outshines all past exploits by utilizing every bit of their hard-earned experience, musicianship, and song writing savvy. Musically it’s a concoction of Hoss, Trashed, and Blaze, seasoned with Duh’s metallic overtones and Let’s Talk About Feelings’ strong sense of melody, and finished off with a progressive character as yet unseen on any previous release. Lyrically it’s a stunningly substantive commentary on the modern world, written through the lens of a lifetime of visceral experience. Hang is the perfect balance of music and meaning; massive riffs playing off of unforgettable hooks and classic melody, all bound by a stirring tone and message. Casual and dedicated LAGWAGON fans will be blown away by what Hang accomplishes, but it transcends merely appealing to existing devotees. Hang will be reflected on as a quintessential and genre-defining opus.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Burden of Proof  0%
2 Reign Voted #1  33%
3 Made of Broken Parts  4%
4 The Cog in the Machine  7%
5 Poison in the Well Voted #2  15%
6 Obsolete Absolute  9%
7 Western Settlements  0%
8 Burning Out in Style  7%
9 One More Song Voted #3  11%
10 Drag  2%
11 You Know Me  0%
12 In Your Wake  11%
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Jeremy from Eagan, MN 
Jan 5 2015 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is great all the way through. Instead of being skeptical that Lagwagon could still bring it after all these years, I decided to fully get behind the first reviewer's opinion and bought it without hearing anything from it.

Man is it worth it. It's different from their other albums, but only insofar as they really stick to the theme of the album throughout every song without making it sound forced. They definitely don't shy away from any riffs, and some of these tracks are rapidly entering my top twenty songs by Lagwagon of all time (started listening with Trashed).

This album is full of songs that will get stuck in your head, but not because they're cheesy--it's because you can tell the music means something to them and it comes across as having a ton of heart.

I would recommend this album if you like rock, fast music, or just want a new twist on an old classic.

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Aaron from Jacksonville, FL 
Dec 8 2014 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Every now and then, I get a hold of an album that makes me stop the music, pick up the phone, and call my friends to tell them about it. This is one of those albums. It's crazy to think about how long it's been since Lagwagon's last release, but I feel in my heart of hearts that this was worth the wait. I listened to Made of Broken Parts about 6 times in a row.

The magnum opus of this album is definitely Obsolete Absolute. It has kind of a lengthy intro that isn't anything special, but the song grows and changes as it moves along, much like that band has, and much like the album it was well worth the wait. It gives me chills, guys! CHILLZ!!!

Pay close attention to the lyrics. Lots of references to the title, "Hang". Worth listening to start-to-finish. 5 Stars because of the goosebumps, and blowing away my expectations.

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