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Five Years On The Streets

(Face to Face, Blink 182, MXPX, Boxer, No Motiv, Hippos)

Vagrant 335

Released on October 13, 1998

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The release that showcases the early years of Vagrant Records. The track listing speaks for itself as this continues to be one of the best selling and best quality low-priced samplers in punk rock. Featuring unreleased tracks from: Blink 182, Far, No Motiv, Face To Face and more.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Face To Face -I'm Trying (live) Voted #3  13%
2 Blink 182 -Dancing With Myself Voted #2  16%
3 No Motiv -So What  6%
4 Boxer -You And Me  5%
5 Automatic 7 -Broken Record  5%
6 The Hippos -Far Behind Voted #1  19%
7 Unwritten Law -Goody Two Shoes  2%
8 Far -Man Of The Year  1%
9 Gotohells -Fuckin' A Right  1%
10 Nuclear Saturday -Better Days  3%
11 Boxer -One For Milwaukee  1%
12 Down Be Law -Dag Punk  1%
13 Gotohells -Drink Drank Drunk  0%
14 Autotamic 7 -Bow Down  0%
15 MxPx -Blue Moon  8%
16 No Motiv -Nostagia  1%
17 J Church -Racked  1%
18 The Hippos -Lost It (live)  5%
19 Nuclear Saturday -Faithful  3%
20 Face To Face -Resignation  2%
21 Blink 182 -Good Times  5%
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Linus from Stockholm, Sweden 
Nov 5 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I didnt expect so much from this.. but i guess it's okey..some songs rock..some songs just suck..but its okay...

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Erik from Apo, AE 
Mar 20 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD was one that many PUNK playaz like to get off to! it had a real nice variety of different groups and songs! i mainly bought this cd cuz i really like mxpx and the hippos. Blink was a plus and so was Unwritten Law, who ive only heard of once before! This CD brought a tear to my eye..the placement of songs was perfect the title of the album was swell! it really made me smile! if u are thinking about buying a cheep V/A sampler, BUY THIS ONE! its real good to the ears! THANX FOR READIN MY OPINION ON DIS SHYT! peace out my negros

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Thomas from Redruth, Cornwall, United King 
Jun 17 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good album from Vagrant. Although I only bought it for 'Dancing With Myself', there are a couple of other good songs on it, such as the excellent Face to Face, Far, and Automatic 7 tracks.

Definitely worth the money, but don't expect the quality you'd get from a full-length band album.

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Matt from Newcastle Upon Tyne., United K 
May 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The best compilation ever!! and only about 5 dollars, definitely buy this cd, nearly every song is amazing. favourite songs on it are both the hippos ones, automatic 7 - broken record, both boxers ones, blink - dancing with myself, face to face - im trying. and all the other songs are great too. BUY IT, quick!!!

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Roger from Mililani, HI 
Feb 16 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The punk side of Vagrant that isn't seen much today. I bought tis 2 years ago, loved it. But now, my music tatses have changed. I'd rather listen to their newest comp. Buy this if youre into punk music. Dont buy it if you like their newest comp. Unless you want to. 5 stars for 2 years ago, 3 now. So, that'll be four

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Daniel from Lancashire, United Kingdom 
Nov 13 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, what can I say - one of the coolest comps out there. I'd say that Im a pop-punk fam (Blink 182, NFG, Sum 41, The Ataris, Millencolin etc), but there's some harder punk on here, like Boxer's two tracks that kick some ass. Out of all the tracks I'd say about 3/4 are really good, and the others are kinda poor. Usually, I find I only like one or two songs on comps but this is an exception. Like the other guy said, it's worth buyin just for Blink 182's cover of Billy Idol's track "Dancing with Myself". Get this now, it's damn cool and only about 5 dollars or something.

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Brent from Livingston, MT 
Sep 25 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love compilations they give you a few well known bands with some new ones and you are able to listen to some of there best songs. The first 4 songs are worth the 5 dollars i think. FACE TO FACE BLINK 182 AND BOXER are so sweet

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Mike from Houston, TX 
Sep 4 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Wow. Pretty solid CD with rare Face to Face , and No Motiv tracks. Vagrant kicks ass huh? But the best thing on the CD is Blink 182's awesome rendition of "Dancing with Myself". Gold. Speaking of Blink, I feel obligated to defend my favorite band from some of the posers who's reviews I read on some of their albums and deemed them 'sell outs' and 'not punk'. Just because a band gets big, makes $, and gets airtime doesn't mean they sold out. Be happy for them. They busted their ass, toured relentlessly to get where they are now. Blink 182 has and always will play punk rock music. Call it Pop-Punk, call it whatever but it is still punk. Listen to the guitar rifts and drums on 'Take off your Pants and Jacket'. Pure punk. They have 2 "slower' songs on taht CD, but it's got a great emo sound. But it's Ok if The Get Up Kids or Ataris ( who both kick ass) do slow songs, because it's "emo". Blink does it and they get called "sell outs' Double faced huh? I bet these same people will stop calling Ataris punk because they signed with a major label ( Columbia). And it is inevitable that the Get Up Kids will get a major label deal soon as well. Bottom line is bands like Blink 182, Ataris, Sum 41, New Found Glory, etc, play a "new school" style of punk. I'm sorry but If I want to listen to GOOD Punk, I'd put in Blink over crap like Rancid. Also if you ever saw Blink182 live, you'd know how great punk they are. Also, bands like Midtown, Alkaline Trio, and NFG ( all PUNK bands) have opened for Blink recently. Bottom line is if you say Blink isn't punk, then you really don't know what punk is.

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Sean from Bronx, NY 
Jun 25 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This nifty little sampler CD from Vagrant Records is a good deal at only $5.25. Listen to Blink 182's cover of Billy Idol's "Dancing With Myself", or MxPx's cover of "Blue Moon". The Hippos' incredible "Far Behind" is included here, as is an excellent live track from Face To Face. There are some low points on this compilation (a couple of weak tracks from the Gotohells, and a goofy cover of "Goody Two Shoes" by Unwritten Law), but all in all the CD is a good value. It might also turn you on to some new bands you hadn't heard before.

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