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Bigwig

Invitation To Tragedy

Fearless 49

Released on September 18, 2001

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Bigwig's 3rd and greatest album to date! This record has been mixed by Ryan Greene (Lagwagon, Strung Out, NOFX, No Use For A Name) and is fully charged with explosive guitar riffs and intense vocals as well as more melodic, pop punk songs.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 46 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Waste  6%
2 Sink Or Swim Voted #1  15%
3 Alone In NJ Voted #2  15%
4 Thinning The Herd  6%
5 Moosh  14%
6 Counting Down  8%
7 Sore Loser Voted #3  15%
8 Appreciation  2%
9 Hope  3%
10 Mr. Asshole  6%
11 Blinded  7%
12 The Game  1%
13 Who Am I To Say  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, September 18 to vote for your favorite songs

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Gill from North Shore City, New Zealand 
Dec 3 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Heck, this CD is MEAN. The song 'Sore Losers' actually got me into punk many years ago, after I heard it on Skateboard Park Tycoon.

If you like Hardcore Punk with Skate and Pop Punk influence, you'll love it. If you don't, you now have a reason to.

The guitarists are amazing, significantly better that your average punk guitarist. Their solos and riffs leave me going "Damn. Wich I could play like that."

Not quite perfect, a bit of coarse language, but overall it's great.

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Meg from Alexandria, Nsw, Australia 
Jan 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh man! i only just got this one but i wish id heard of them when this first came out coz now i know what ive been missing! every song goes off, its loaded with pure energy. im an instant fan. theyre so awesome that i just had to come on here and rave about them for a bit, hehe.

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Dan from Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Dec 30 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a great album....a LOT different from 'stay asleep' this is faster n heavier than stay asleep...its more 'strung out' soundin. alone in NJ is a great song even though it is an obvious rip off of prefect government!! but the track listin is in a totally different order to what it says above!?

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Brian from Manchester, CT 
Oct 20 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Technically, this album is amazing. The bassist is pretty darn good, and the drummer is one of the best I've heard (coming from a drummer). The guitaring is just amazing. But the guitar gets in the way of the songs sometimes. The lyrics are a little on the emo side for my taste, but the harder songs simply rock. This is much harder than Unmerry Melodies.

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Casey from Newhall, CA 
Oct 18 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

pretty good. they lifted a lot of the riffs but nowadays who doesnt? very bro. if you like mainstream hard rock with a lot of punk influence, pick it up.

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Valerie from Springfield, IL 
Jul 16 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

awsome cd but stay asleep was much better. Sink or Swim has to be one of the coolest big wig songs ever.

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John from Flemington, NJ 
Jun 22 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a great cd, just about every sog is good .you can listen to the whole thing without skipping a song. it doesen't sound like their old stuff at all because they are a different band every cd.

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Chris from Bloomingburg, NY 
Jun 19 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is there best yet moosh i gave it five stars and mr asshole awesome if u don't have it go get it its worth the money trust me

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Damian from Tiverton, RI 
Jun 13 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

big fucking wig..when u try on this wig u wont try any others..unmerrymelodies is one rocking cd id buy that2//different style then newschool prob because the change of drummers.and the change is good//this cd is a great mix of melodic guitar,and i almost impressed with the drums they keep the steady punk egde which makes this better than a thousand...sorelosers is basic stay sleep emo ...all the songs except 3are good..the other songs make up for it..new egde influence to punk..heavy loud raw skatepunk..with a tint of bigwigs emo sound...still a great cd u wont be depressed no more// thebigwig is here and it fits nice in my rotation..BE SURE AND TELLEM LARGE MARGE SENT YA.EAST COAST THUNDER ..HECKLE/JECKEL/ MDDM

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Eric from Leesburg, VA 
May 21 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i knew it'd be hard for bigwig to follow up "stay asleep...", and this cd almost pulls it off. the solos and raw punk energy on "sore loser" and "mr. asshole" are amazing. does anyone besides me notice a resemblance of the shreadding at the beginning of "alone in new jersey" to the beginning of the nofx song "a perfect government"? oh well. still, buy this cd and support bigwig. they rock.

 
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