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Do Tell 9

Released on October 26, 2004

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This record is a work of art put together by the Slackers and Pulley. It's a mixture of the sounds the made the Slackers and Pulley. Includes a new verison of Sara and a Bob Dylan cover, followed by Pulley doing Minor threat songs and doing justice to them.

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Brett from Greensboro, NC 
Jun 2 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

quite an interesting listen. starts with ska and then rocks out. if you like pulley or the slackers, this album wont dissapoint you

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Chris from Brantford, ON Canada 
Mar 12 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you are sitting on the fence with this one as I was, hurry up and get.It is worth full purchase price for the song "Donde Fue" by the Slackers its outstanding and you wont find it on their albums.The re-do of Sarah is also very good. I'm sorry Pulley, but you are total shit.

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Mike from Hingham, MA 
Oct 29 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a pretty good split. The Slackers side is really good, my favorite was probably "Keep it Simple" with Sarah a close second. Pulley's side was a little weak, probably only because a little bit more than half of their side were Minor Threat covers, don't get me wrong Minor Threat is an amazing band. But Pulley could'a tried a little more, but eh thats what splits are for sometimes.... just look at Rancid and NOFX's. But either way get this split if you're a fan of either band or both, you won't be disappointed.

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Tom from Bangor, United Kingdom 
Jul 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is great, the slackers songs are excellent chilled out samba sounds reggea/ska tunes, and pulley does some good minor threat covers, theyre version of Good Guys is especially good! ill give it 4 stars, as the last song kind of brings it down a bit

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Joshua D from Maple Grove, MN 
Apr 8 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

dude, the Slackers are rad. I have loved everything they have released. This is no exception. They really didn't need to re-do Sarah but it works. the Slackers do not disappoint.

ok, I'm sorry but Pulley sucks. don't get me wrong, I LOVE punk rock, I've been into it for a LONG time. the only original song that Pulley came up with on here is a nonsense jam session. no lyrics, no structure, just playing around on guitars and drums. pathetic. it's like "hey, we're Pulley and we can't write any good songs so we're gonna cover a bunch of Minor Threat songs and then record ourselves messing around! yes!" lame.

if this release was just the Slackers, I'd give it 6 stars, but because Pulley sucked so much I'm taking 2 stars off.

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Chris from Alexandria, ON Canada 
Mar 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well i am not a fan of split cd's cause theres always one band thats never up too par and this is no diffrent i hate to say it but the pulley songs SUCK and i am a huge fan of pulley i was totally let down but now on to the slackers amazing i've been listening to there part of the split for about a month non stop great upbeat trad ska and i can't pick there best song out of there 5 there all kick ass get this cd its a must own

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Haakon from Rotterdam, Netherlands 
Jan 20 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I must say it is a good record because it really is. The slackers are great as always and pulley isn't bad either. I love the song sarah...I always did and I always will. The problem I have got with this record is that it is on do tell. I orded this record on their website before I did here and did payed for it (with paypal) and still haven't got anything!!!! I know believe...

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Dec 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty good cd, I have to give it 5 stars because pulley kicks so much ass, 4 out of the 5 songs are minor threat covers, its pretty kick ass. The Slackers songs kick ass tho, never been to big of a fan but i really like the song on this split fro the slackers.

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John from Middletown, NJ 
Dec 16 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I've been listening to The Slackers for years and years now. This is such a refreshing new batch of songs. The band sounds as tight as ever. Slackers fan new and old will really enjoy this. One of these songs is also on International War Criminal and there's a dub of another song of IWC. Nice stuff here. I didn't care much for the songs by Pulley. I really don't know them well enough to judge.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Nov 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard about the release of this split, I was a bit confused but really excited, as were most that saw it. The Slackers and Pulley? Rock on!

This is my first real exposure to the Slackers. I've heard a million songs on compilations, but never went any further. This provided me an excellent opportunity to hear more, and I love it. This will definitly be a springboard for me to buy more Slackers material.

How can I not love Pulley? I mean, Scott Radinsky was one of my favorite baseball players from the White Sox when I was growing up, and he's the singer of one of my favorite bands. They do the 'Salad Days' 7" note for note here, down to the after song question. I'm amazed. Seriously, wow.

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