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SST 112.1

Released on October 17, 1990



The Descendents get emotional. A release chock full of heart-warming tales of personal tragedy and dealing with the traumas of a broken relationship.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 All  0%
2 Coolidge  0%
3 No, All!  0%
4 Van  0%
5 Cameage  0%
6 Impressions  0%
7 Iceman  0%
8 Uranus  0%
9 Jealous of the World  0%
10 Clean Sheets  0%
11 All-O-Gistics  0%
12 Schizophrenia  0%
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Ryan from New Brunswick, NJ 
Oct 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Okay I'm a complete Descendents fanboy. All of their albums are perfect to me and this is no exception. I wouldn't say this is a great starting point for the band. I'd recommend the obvious Milo Goes To College. This is a great album in its own regard though and definitely features some of their best song writing and musicianship. Karl Alvarez and Stephen Egerton were great additions to the band.

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Michael from Lakewood, CO 
Jun 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Minus the silly songs about All things ALL, this is a great record. The musicianship is AMAZING, and you can hear how they really work together as a band. This album is filled with classic Descendents songs, and it showcases some damn good songs. In other words, just buy the record, and you won't be disappointed.

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Mary from Alpharetta, GA 
Nov 24 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love descendents and i love this album. A little more sappy stuff on here, but a lot of more allular stuff too, so its pretty balanced out. The only problem is its not as fast and hyper as their other releases. i reccomend this after bonus fat or milo.(my name is paul)

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