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Johnie 3

Sit On It

Wide Stance 100

Released on October 1, 2002

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12 tracks sure to get your toe tapping and your pants shrinking (if your a boy, if your a girl, your pants may seem moist). Youngstown Ohio based pop punk at its finest! Wide stance punk rock with your guitar down low and the ROCK turned all the way up!

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rubberneck Voted #1  17%
2 Grow Up  11%
3 Fat Chix Dig Me  0%
4 Cute Girls  11%
5 If I Was A Girl  11%
6 Heather's Not A Punk Rocker  6%
7 Shes Only Into Girls  0%
8 S.y.s.u.  0%
9 I'm Not Cleaning My Room  11%
10 Over Her Voted #2  17%
11 She Broke My Heart  0%
12 No One Cares Voted #3  17%
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Zach from West Palm Beach, FL 
Aug 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Theres alot to say about this album. when i first put it in i thought it was forgetable but i made my self listin to it agian about 4 times. and i realized that it was one of the best records id ever heard. the vocals are clean ( I dont have any thing agianst gritty vocals but for this album it wouldnt work) and kinda unquie. its pop-punk not poop-punk like that whinny bullshit like nfg, blink 182 and all thoose other style bands. basicly if your in a band you would want to stay home all day and tab theese songs out so you get your band to play them over and over. heres goes a song run down.

1. Rubberneck- Really good instrumental about 30 seconds long. Good chord progressions.

2. Grow Up- I think its the worst song on the album but it is still pretty good.

3. Fat Chix Dig Me- Great song the lyrics are funny as hell and have wit to them and the music is exelent.

4. Cute Girls- Hears my thing about songs about girl songs there is a way to do them write (Queers, Ramones, Mr T Experience) and a wrong way to do them (Emo). Theese guys hit it on the spot.

5.- If I Was A Girl- It looks as though tp the population this is the favorite on the album. And there is no reason why it shouldnt be. It starts out with vocals and guitar than more vocals and than a good old sloppy 1,2,3,4 and gets fast and will make you sing "If i ws a girl i'd touch my tits" for days.

6. I know theres alot of songs sorta writtin around this topic but id say none are as good as this i evan think this tops the huntingtons jeannie hates The Ramones. I dont knwo its another great song. 7. Shes Only Into Girls- One of the best songs about lesbians ever recorded. Thats all i gotta say.

8.-S.Y.S.U.- Great Ramones style song the intro sounds like something right out of Rocket To Russia. And the lyrics are funny. Try and figure out what the acronym is by the time it gets to your door.

9. Im Not Cleaning My Room- I'm a sucker for songs about being lazy, sitting around all day eatig food and other usless stuff. If you are too than youll really like this.

10. Over Her- Another really good song about chicks that was writtin with out being sappy and all that emotinal stuff.

11. She Broke My Heart- same as above. The first part takes so time getting used to but its a good song.

12. No one cares - another really good song faster song.

The main point Im tryin to say is just buy it. you will like it.

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James from Henderson, NV 
Jun 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oh man that guy couldn't be any more wrong - this cd ROCKS! If you are a fan of the Ramones,early Huntingtons or any of the 90's lookout record releases this is a must have. I first heared of them when I got their split 7inch with Darlington. I figured that if one of my favorite bands would want to release something with them they gotta be good and I was right. Funny clever lyrics with well writen songs it's the way pop punk is supposed to sound!

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Eric from Salinas, CA 
May 24 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

As soon as I ordered this CD I had a queasy feeling. I got it because I saw that they just put out a split with Darlington. As soon as I got it, my uneasy feelings were confirmed. Shit. Pure shit. The packaging looks like it was done on someone's home computer, the songs try to be funny, but fail miserably, and twords the end of the disc, the singer goes sort of tone deaf. Do not buy this disc. As for their split with Darlington, buy that for the Darlington songs.

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