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Common Enemy


Overdose On 5

Released on June 16, 2006

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Finally the album you have been waiting for, the third full length from Common Enemy T.U.I. (Trashing Under the Influence). Overdose On Records, DRP Records, Party Time Records, and Horror Business Records (Europe) pull together and unite to release this record. The fast music, in your face screaming, catchy choruses of this album represents skating, having fun, drinking, nintendo, zombies, and being true to yourself. Punk Thrash music has never tasted better, except when it’s served on a busted skateboard with a nice cold beer. Warning: Long exposure to this music may cause out of control partying, beer shortages, projectile vomiting, circle pits in your living room, late night skate sessions, and other spastic behavior……..have fun with it

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 One Up Voted #1  31%
2 T.u.i.  0%
3 Think For Yourself  3%
4 Heroes In A Halfshell  0%
5 4 Wheels & A Board  8%
6 Drunk Fuck  0%
7 Beer, Boards, & The Crew  0%
8 Skate That Shit Voted #2  22%
9 I Give Up  3%
10 Get Tanked  0%
11 Shark Attack  3%
12 Skate Of The Dead Voted #3  14%
13 Park Scabs & Ramp Tramps  0%
14 Tear It Up  6%
15 Skate The Day Away  8%
16 Thanks, It Came As A Set  3%
17 We're Thru  0%
18 Good-bye, So Long  0%
Come back on or after Friday, June 16 to vote for your favorite songs

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Erik from Trondheim, Norway 
Sep 20 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great record, this was my first from these guys, but I'll get some of the other records too...good shit, fast and raw vocals. Songs mostly are about skateboarding and thrashing, good!

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Dominick from Arlington, TX 
Oct 31 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD rules so much... seriously, you should order it.

One Up, Skate That Shit, Shark Attack, and Skate of the Dead are my favorites. But every track on this album is solid.

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Daniel from Bakersfield, CA 
Aug 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

alright, they have a thrash song about ninja turtles! you should have bought 3 copies of this album because of that! some pure skate punk at its finest! fast,hard, and makes your want to grad the beers, board and the crew to go skate the day away. so get it, blast it, skate it!

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Question Me from Louisburg, NC 
Jun 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Really fucking good hardcore/thrash/punk cd. LOTS OF ENERGY THAT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND. Really cool songs that will get stuck in your head and SLOWLY gnaw their way out. Really good buy.

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John from Gilbert, AZ 
Mar 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great third for this band. I was introduced to them through the Late Night Skate album. Blazing fast lyrics loud and obnoxious instruments what more could you want out of a band. Good to skate to or just blast at a get together. If you're a fan of old JFA this is a great album to pick up.

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Nate from Seattle, WA 
Feb 13 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In a scene that has been completely washed out with too many bands, sounding like too many other bands, Common Enemy brings a much needed disease with T.U.I. No, Im not a professional writer. Im merely a construction schmuck that goes nowhere without my stick and iPod. Lemme tell you, this album is now at the top of my list while I skate and work. Ive waited along time for the GOOD sk8-thrash to get resurrected. And there were a few bands doing a good job. This album has a good high energy from start to finish. Exactly what is perscribed for a good session, late nite or not. If you even claim to like bands such as The Faction, JFA, Life's Halt or What Happens Next?, do yourself a favor and GET THIS ALBUM! Otherwise, do the rest of us a favor, go dust off your "Fruit Boots" and practice your disco twirls or whatever. Late!

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