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Smackin Isaiah

Way To A Girls Heart Is Through Her Boyfriends Stomach

(Now Known As, A Wilhelm Scream)

All About 10

Released on December 25, 2001

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On Smackin' Isaiah's much-anticipated rerelease of there 1st full legnth CD, the band pushes the boundaries of punk rock with a progessive sound more bold, and more honest than anything before. The songs contained in this amazing work of proverbial art ooze with insane time changes, amazing guitar pyrotechnics, and ear-arresting harmonies. Imagine the layered vocals of Hot Water Music combined with the rebellious intensity of Propaghandi and the melodic cacophony of In Flames, and you've got an idea of what this album sounds like. Once you hear this record, it is guaranteed you will not stop listening. Just hit the repeat button and let the ride begin. haha

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Wyoming State Voted #3  21%
2 Bowling  0%
3 Which Is Worse? Voted #1  29%
4 Mob Life  0%
5 Beer and Loafing In New Bedford  8%
6 1957  0%
7 Mushmouth  4%
8 Forget Her  0%
9 September 9th Voted #2  25%
10 Shot  13%
Come back on or after Tuesday, December 25 to vote for your favorite songs

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Shane from Los Cruces, NM 
Dec 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Do you like A wilhelm scream's first 2 cds?? If you do then this is a must buy, thats if your lucky enough find it. I had to wait 6 months to get this cd so happy hunting.

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Igor from Morgantown, WV 
Mar 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing Energy. Amazing Lyrics. Great Punk Music Period. Mute Print is their best one. And everything else gets second place. Until the new album drops :)

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Joel from St-jerome, PQ Canada 
Oct 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An excellent record from Smackin' Isaiah (which are now known as A Wilhelm Scream). This is for PunkRock lovers. Great melodies, Nunno's harsch voice. Thumb's Up !

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Jimmy from Berea, OH 
Jun 16 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I wanted to see how A Wilhelm Scream started out, and I was not disapointed. This is an awesome cd. It's alot more punk than hardcore, and the lyrics aren't nearly as serious as some of the later Wilhelm Scream stuff. Songs like Bowling and Mob Life add a good mix of humor to the cd. Also, the beginning of Bowling is hilarious. The hidden tracks at the end are great, too. Its a little too short, though. 10 songs isn't nearly enough, but still a good buy

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Linda from Abingdon, VA 
Oct 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probably one of the best, most underrated bands playing punk rock that's still totally punk in the music scene today. Fast and catchy, with melodic choruses, gruff singing, and some of the best lyrics I have heard in a while. To me, it's hardcore without being too hardcore, with enough poppiness to please anybody who listens to the shit that's on the radio and MTV nowadays. This is what should be on the radio; this is what the "punk" kids should be talking about. If i was rich, I'd buy everyone a copy of this and their second album, "The Benefits OF Thinking Out Loud". It seems that recently, every fucking band in the world is doing the whole two-vocalists thing. Well, the only ones that do it right are Dillinger Four, The Lawrence Arms, Dirt Bike Annie, Glasseater, Cleveland Bound Death Sentence, and Smackin' Isaiah. Don't be a poser. You need this album more than you need to change the color of your mohawk or buy that new chain wallet you were thiking about.

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Brent from Woodstock, CT 
Dec 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is awesome. It's hard, aggressive, fast, and very excellent. THIS is what I think of when someone talks about punk music, a bunch of kids....(well now they're in their twentys), making hardcore music, not caring what people will think about it. Sure it's short, 10 songs and only about 30 minutes long. But all the songs are excellent. BUY IT DAMN IT!

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Liao from Taipei, Taiwan 
Aug 24 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

pop punk mix raw energy with emotion!!! very nice album.every song is excellent~ the vocalc with a lots emotion.make you cry,jump,angry.... this is my favorite album now.i can listen it again again and again!buy this whatever you are a fan of pop punk,hardcore,emo...you will like this band!

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Glen from Columbia, MO 
Jun 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this my friend does please my ears and mind . this is good poppunk without being wimpy and winey . the guitars and voice sound killer. the music is catchy and powerful blend of melodic hardcore. thats does rock.get their other release too.if you dont like this you sux.period...

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John from Prescott, AZ 
Feb 20 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I first heard smackin' isaiah off of the bottled violence compilation on out of step records. That song sold me. I really don't think that they sound like hot water music though, i can't really describe their sound. I love it though. These guys kick ass like no other. Every track on the cd is superb especially Wyoming State, Which is Worse? and September 9th. At the end of the cd there are 2 tracks from one of their shows including a cover of "Embrace" by Ignite. That song is on cinema beer nuts and ever since the first time i heard it i fucking hated it, so im glad that smackin' isaiah was doing it as a joke and singing it like shit. it made me laugh the whole way through. These guys give a great name to New England punk, just like drexel and the grandprixx. Check those bands out too. This one gets a 5 easily, its cheap and supports a band that doesn't get nearly as much credit as they should. Buy it. It's a keeper.

 
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