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A Radio With Guts

Beat Heart Sweet Stereo

(Ex- Connie Dungs)

Knock Knock 039

Released on June 4, 2002

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Non-stop emotional turmoil in an easy to swallow pill. Hooks and heart ache galore. Brandon Tussey (guitar and vocals) bares his soul and gives the listener a peak at his inner most fears and heartache. It's like reading a diary with a 4/4 beat. Don't call it emo. Don't call it pop punk. Call it what it is, real emotion played really catchy.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tragic Music  10%
2 Bloodletter  4%
3 Whiskey Dawn  6%
4 Werewolf Weather  8%
5 Hey Boss  4%
6 Another Night In The House Of Suicide Voted #2  13%
7 Math And The Mocking Moon Voted #1  19%
8 Eighteen Alive Voted #3  13%
9 Blue Grey Smoke  2%
10 Kentucky Straight Razor  8%
11 Gone  8%
12 Fatal Fatigue  4%
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Ethan from Bristol, TN 
Oct 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm not gonna waste my time describing this band because other people have described them better than I ever could have; I just want to say that I always loved The Connie Dungs ever since the first time I heard them, which was after they had already broken up. I liked songs like "Teenage Punks On Talk Shows" and I liked songs like "Weep". They were gone before I knew it, but at least I had the music. Then I heard about A Radio With Guts (Brandon Dung's new band) and I thought "thank fucking god". Finally, after all the shit that people and punks call music nowadays, something I can listen to instead of just hear. Is this the best punk album ever? I guess that's subjective, but I would have to say no. Nor do I think it's the greatest thing they've ever done. But I will say this, for a band that blends together pop-punk and emo together (and I hate emo), this could have been awful but it's just short of brilliant. And lastly, "Kentucky Straight Razor" might be one of the greatest punk songs of all time, and if you can't appreciate it, then I truly feel sorry for you.

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Eric from Longview, WA 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I loved the Connie Dungs...I thought their last album was their best. I had high hopes, but this left me wanting. It's still good stuff..just a little disappointing.

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Christopher from Royersford, PA 
Feb 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really liked the connie dungs back in the day so I checked these guys out and I really like this. The Lyrics and brandon's voice will blow you away at time while on a few instances make you cringeoverall some real great stuff.

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Dillon from Aloha, OR 
Oct 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have been a huge fan of the Connie Dungs for years so when I realized they had released new material I had to check out a Radio With Guts. Beat Heart Sweet Stereo is the same Connie Dungs line-up and is the perfect follow up to Eternal Bad Luck Charm. Features the same catchy hooks and depressed, hopeful lyrics as EBLC yet has some more complex rhythms, a slightly more serious tone and a general suicide theme throughout. Not really pop-punk and definately not emo. Just mid-tempo catchy punk rock with intense heart breaking lyrics. There are a couple weak songs on this record but any fan of the Connie Dungs last two albums will love all of them. I'm excited to see what is next for these guys because they get better and better with each release.

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Nick from Bowling Green, KY 
Jun 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I first bought the Accoustic album, that took a little getting used to, but once I listened to it a few times, I fell in love. A Radio With Guts is hands down the BEST BAND EVER. They can sing about Suicide, Killing Bosses, and Killing Bitches, Without sounding depressed. It's like Brandon stole every thought I had after I broke up with my Girlfriend and wrote it down. EVERY PERSON WHO CLAIMS TO BE HUMAN SHOULD OWN THIS ALBUM!!!

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Shay from Las Vegas, NV 
May 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd isn't bad at all. I checked out some of the songs online prior to buying it and they were allright, so I got the cd and wasn't dissapointed. Some songs seem to be made longer just so they could have long songs, but some of the songs are perfect. Definatley worth a listen.

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Fernando from Madrid, Spain 
Jan 14 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Well, I couldn't listen to it more than 2 times, and I don't think I'm gonna give it another try, I wish I didn't buy it..At least the band's name is kinda cool.. My stero doesn't have enough guts to put this guys on, sorry..

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Wayne from Kingwood, TX 
Jan 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is quite possibly the best cd I own. I listen to it at least once a week. Anyone who's a fan of the Connie Dungs should like this, but they are both two seperate bands, and its usually pretty easy to see that, but some of the elements of the Connie Dungs are apparent in this. And a lot of people dont like this cd, or the band itself, beacause they have trouble getting over Brandon's voice, which is fucking ridiculous, because one, his voice isn't shitty, and two his lyrics are so fucking amazing. This is definately worth the $10.75. My favorite tracks on it are "Another Night in the House of Suicide" "Kentucky Straight Razor" and "Math and the Mocking Moon"

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Mike from Shorewood, IL 
Nov 23 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well just like Ben below me, I myself had been obsessed over the songs I found online. If you check hard enough you'll be able to find about 4 mp's. So I finally get the cd in the mail, and I must say that it was just as good as I though it would be. The great tracks on the cd are,"tragic music", "eighteen alive", "kentucky straight razor","math and the mocking moon", and 'werewolf weather". I would describe these guys as:::alkaline trio with the lawrence arms vocals, but maybe even quite more catchy then the both of them. I suggest listening to interpunk's mp'3 of them before buying this because of his voice. Either you like it or you don't. Hopefully you will. With that said, Go and buy this today!!!

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Ben from Centralia, WA 
Aug 29 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So I totally bought this CD after months of obsession with like the 2 songs I found on like, my favorite file sharing program. Arr... So anyway I listened to this. I absolutely love this guy's voice. I know everyone bitches about it being scratchy, someone even described it to me as 'trying to be scratchy, while half asleep,' and even so, so what. The only time his voice gets annoying is when he decides to do that emo-yell-sing thing that is so popular with all the whine-sad-emo kids. Every song is great. It's totally like Alkaline Trio because it's dark, but more elaborated and about suicide and how the protagonist (lead singer) can't get over his addiction to cigarettes. This is all fun and games. My favorite song on this album would have to be "Eighteen Alive" because not only does it sound awesome but it also has some kind Hitlerish references, which is cool just because it's kinda ironic and funny. The quote is 'Blonde hair, blue eyes, eighteen, alive' which I think is what that crazy German wanted out of his super race, blonde hair and blue eyes right? I hope I'm not just talking out of my ass with this. It's a great album it really is. If you can get over his voice. Which most people can't, but that's just too bad for them.

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