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There's No Place Like Home

Lookout! 150

Released on November 12, 1996

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sun Song  8%
2 Land Mine Voted #1  28%
3 924 Voted #3  14%
4 Ain't Life A Drag... Voted #2  28%
5 All The Good Times  11%
6 Hey Joe  11%
7 My World Audio Fanzine #4  0%
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Maureen from Longmeadow, MA 
Feb 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW. First of all, my name is john not maureen. thats my mom. anyways this album is great. definetly worth buying and listening to 10 times a day minimum. very inspirational.Jeff Ott is an amazing person with quite a story behind him, read into it if you have'nt already. The first three songs on this,(sun song, land mine, 924) have a hard rockin' fifteen feel.All three are great examples of classic fifteen. 924 is my favorite, it mentions two places I have lived and is very, very very true..The next three songs have a rather hendrix feel to them, and are amazing. The cover of Hey Joe is amazing. The audio zine is very good, and definetly worth listening too. It's a fucking half hour so they did put it on the record for a reason.For those of you who don't know there is an eighth track on this cd. An acoustic version of Welcome to Berkely which speaks for itself. lucky, choice of a new generation, swains first bike ride, and survivor are all great too so check them out. by the way there is something i have to get out - PABLO LUNA IS FAT.

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Alan from Grapevine, TX 
Nov 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't know what Interpunk is talking about when they classify Extra Medium Kickball All-Star as "pop-punk". Fifteen doesn't sound poppy to me. Hey it might have been pop back then like Screeching Weasle, but this band has amazing lyrics with a point to them and nice guitar riffs that no pop-punk today band can compete with, but anyways, this is a really good cd. I'm suprised not many people liked the cover of Hey Joe from Hendrix, I think it's damn good. The harmonica in Ain't Life A Drag... gives the whole cd a new sound. 5 Stars!! I'd buy it now.

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Joey from Lake Luzerne, NY 
Jun 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this a good e.p. fifteen always rocks and has meaningful thought provoking type lyrics. i love this album but to be perfectly honest i cant get past the first 10 minutes of the world audio zine thing. my attention span sucks, oh well.

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Justin from Houston, TX 
Oct 21 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An older Fifteen album. I think its great how consistent Fifteen is, as far as music quality goes. They seem to remain true to their beliefs, unlike many other bands who alter their views ever other album depending upon what is 'cool' or 'accepted' at the time. This band rules.

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Tony from Chicago, IL 
Jun 2 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Listen up! If you want music with a message (as all punkers should), buy this and every other Fifteen/Crimpshrine release. This is definately one of their best. Only a few songs but they are all so great. "Ain't Life a Drag" is an anthem that every human being should hear.

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