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Pietasters

Willis

Hellcat 80405

Released on October 7, 1997


$11.25
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On Willis, The glorious Pietasters blend soulful punk with maddening ska to create one of the bands strongest releases to date.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Crazy Monkey Woman  4%
2 Out All Night Voted #1  34%
3 Ocean  6%
4 Fat Sack  6%
5 Stone Feeling  2%
6 Higher  4%
7 Time Won't Let Me  6%
8 Without You Voted #2  16%
9 Crime Voted #3  8%
10 Quicksand  6%
11 Bitter  2%
12 New Breed  7%
13 Moment  0%
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John from Bradenton, FL 
Jan 21 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another good cd by the Pietasters. The time wont let me cover on this cd is awesome. These guys are great live as well.

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Ryan from Dunmore, PA 
Jan 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Probably my favorite Pietasters album. Every song is fromok-the best. Not one track disappoints. Get it before you hear awesome mix tape #6.

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Chris from Alexandria, ON Canada 
Oct 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh my god! what a great release by the pietasters i think my fave realese up too date i still have to pick up 2 of there cd's but yeah this cd starts off with the worse song on the cd imo, but its sill a good song a great party cd it makes wanna dance everytime i hear great musicianship the horn players are pretty spiffy and the song out all night is worth the 12$ great alblum if you like most definetly for you !

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Ronan from Voisins, France 
Oct 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is absolutely great, the ska-rock-punk-reggae mix is excellent... Every song brings you a different ambiance, but the whole thing is really cool. It'll bring you sunshine is these stupid Fall days.

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Sam from Hopkinton, NH 
Feb 12 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is not punk. Now that half of you have run screaming from the room, I'll say that the Pietasters are a decent ska band with well-written songs. They combine their instruments into a carefully blended sound that is very nice on the ears. There is nothing on here that would impress a Casualties fan. This is ska, no exceptions. But if you dig stuff like that, then I suggest you pick this shite up. And the Pietasters is the coolest name ever for a band.

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Chris from Fpo, AP 
Jul 8 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I bought this album for my wife-now ex-wife because she was fucking this dirty hippie from Anacortes, WA named Trevor Westergard. Don't buy this weak shit get some fuckin DK or fuckin guttermouth, this is just too happy for my current attitude right now. I hate him, her and this album. Blahhhhh!

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Mike from Richmond, VA 
Apr 22 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Overall i thought this was worth the $. it was kinda weird cuz id never really heard a pure, punkless ska band before the pietasters but i love it. it's really mellow and the horns are great. the vocals r kinda rough but they go perfectly with the mellow ska style. and in case ur wondering its a paper-cover cd without a lyrics sheet which is the only sucky part. and #4 is really cool cuz it has this mexican DJ weirdo rappish insert. bands i also like : reel big fish, less than jake, pennywise, sublime, rancid, op ivy

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Allisen from Fairfax, VA 
Nov 1 2000 Rating: 3/5 Stars

First time I listened to it I only liked about two of the songs, but now it's much better. Out All Night is a great song, and these guys live about 5 minutes from me, check em out.

 
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