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Milwaukees

Missile Command

Does Everyone Stare? 3

Released on June 1, 2001


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The band has truly come into its own with their first full length "Missile Command." Produced by Wayne Dorell (Tonic, Chavez) "Missile Command" combines the intensity of emo faves Sunny Day Real Estate and Samiam with the unique pop sensibilities of alt-rock pioneers Sebadoh & Dinosaur Jr., and adds a touch of classic rock bravado care of giants like Led Zeppelin and Rush. The result is a sound all their own; and it is one that tests the boundaries of passion and musicianship.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Drink Soviet Champange  0%
2 When They Attack  0%
3 Not A Cloud In The Sky Voted #3  17%
4 Doesn't Really Matter Voted #2  33%
5 Missile Command  0%
6 If You Only See It My Way  0%
7 Until Our Eyes Burn  0%
8 Doesn't Really Matter Voted #1  50%
9 Ring On Your Finger  0%
10 Cosmonaut  0%
11 70's And 80's  0%
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Heyes from Irmo, SC 
Feb 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's surprising that this is even on this website. I like it ok, as a change of pace, but it is not punk or emo. Sometimes the music sounds emo, but the singer doesn't allow it. Not that he's bad. Most of the songs are slow and about relationships, but I enjoy the ones that are a little more upbeat. This is much more like the early alt. rock bands referenced than samiam or texas is the reason. I actually think the singer sounds similar to the Overwhelming Colorfast singer, but I doubt there are many people reading this that will know who that is. Hell, the Milwaukees probably don't know who that is! Because both were so cheap, I got this and the e.p. and I think I prefer this. Both are about the same with a couple of mildly rockin' songs mixed with slower ones. I guess I would give it about a 3.5, but with people throwing around 5 stars all the time, I don't want anyone to think this sucks.





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