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Give 'em The Boot 3

(Distillers, Dropkick Murphys, Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards , Necromantix, Tiger army)

Hellcat 80444

Released on February 12, 2002

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Hellcat is dealing out the boot for the third time. Get your kicks with tracks from all of your favorite hellcat bands! Volume # 3 of Hellcat Records' series, 21 songs of PUNK ROCK, HARDCORE, REGGAE & PSYCHOBILLY + 2 videos! This includes Unreleased tracks from Devils Brigade (featuring Matt Freeman of Rancid), The Distillers and Nekromantix. The videos included are from Tiger Army and The Dropkick Murphys. A must have for all music fans...

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 26 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Distillers -Sick Of It All Voted #1  14%
2 Dropkick Murphys -Legend Of Finn MacCumhail  7%
3 U.S. Bombs -Die Alone  7%
4 Rancid -Golden Gate Fields  7%
5 Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards -Skunx  4%
6 F-Minus -Suburban Blight  4%
7 Agnostic Front -Liberty  2%
8 Nerve Agents -The Poisoning  4%
9 Duane Peters And The Hunns -Amera Nightmare  2%
10 Roger Miret And The Disasters -Give 'Em The Boot  3%
11 Leftover Crack -Athiest Anthem  7%
12 Nekromantix -Who Killed The Cheerleader Voted #2  13%
13 Tiger Army -The Power Of Moonlight Voted #3  8%
14 Devil's Brigade -Vampire Girl  4%
15 Slackers -Information Error  2%
16 Joe Strummer And The Mescalero -Global A Go-Go  4%
17 King Django -Precipice  1%
18 Pietasters -Nothing Good To Eat  1%
19 Mouthwash -We Evolve  4%
20 Gadjits -One Stones Throw from A Riot  1%
21 Hepcat -Beautiful  1%
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Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another one of Armstrong's great compilations with the feel of Punk-O-Rama mixed with the diversity of the Hellcat Label. Number 3 is roughly split into the first half punk, a few psychobilly and the last half is ska/reggae. One of the most diverse in the series, but features the last Give 'em The Boot with the Distillers, the great Joe Strummer and even a song from the short-lived Devil's Brigade (original Rancid trio playing psychobilly). One of those types of CDs that you can listen to over and over and your ADD will be satisified.

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Brandon from Wildomar, CA 
Dec 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

give em the boot. probly the best comp. you will ever come by. look, hell cat is the best fucking record company today, even though they have some weird regae/ska-funk on it it still good.

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 28 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another great installment in the Give 'Em The Boot series. Really great, packed with tons of punk and ska tracks. All your Hellcat favorites are included: Distillers, Dropkick Murphys, Rancid, Lars and the Bastards,etc. This compilation opens with most likely the best Distillers song ever written: "Sick of It All". Also, if you are unfamiliar with Matt Freeman's other project; Devil's Brigade, you can hear a great track on this! Your favorite psychobilly bands like Tiger Army and Nekromantix are featured on this wonderfully put together catchy release. Hellcat has outdone themselves again with this one. However,as most complilations seem, this CD seems to go on forever. My interest begins to drag towards the end of the CD.

Another great buy would be the new Give 'Em the Boot DVD. Its not very long, but it includes live clips from all the best Hellcat bands. This CD is most definately worth the six and a half bucks that interpunk wants. Also, you get a free poster of Brody Dalle with her mohawk! How could you possibly go wrong?

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Brittany from Fairmont, WV 
Jul 6 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is very strange. It begins very strongly, with some awesome songs, then it goes completely downhill and ends with a few mediocre songs. The ones by the Distillers, F-Minus, and the Nerve Agents were, in my opinion, the best songs on the CD, while the rest were just okay and a few were simply bad. But, hey, the CD's cheap, and it gives you a nice variety of music. Recommended slightly.

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Caitlin from Fort Wayne, IN 
Apr 28 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Over all this is a pretty decent CD. It starts off strong (any album that opens with The Distiller's "Sick Of It All" has to be good), but doesn't quite finish as strong. The end starts to mellow off and loose a little of the edge that the begining had. In my opion, the two best songs on this album are Sick Of It All and Suburban Blight. This CD is definitly worth the six bucks. You get a good CD, and mini poster of Brody (hottest women on the planet!), and two videos (on the CD) by two awesome bands.

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Lisa from New Providence, NJ 
Feb 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the names brandon. i havent checked out any of the other give em the boots, but i'd say this one is pretty damn good. starts out with some damn good kick you in the face punk, and then towards the end they put in a lot of mellow music to leave you with a kind of tingly "oo i wanna play this cd again" feeling. in my opinion, i love the mellow tracks. perfect for just chillin and kicking back. songs to look out for are the nekromantix song, tiger army, agnostic front, lars and the bastards, and the joe mescalero and the strummers track. all in all worth the 6 bucks. buy it.

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Brian from Murrieta, CA 
Jul 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is worth your money just for the Tiger Army movie and a different version of Who Killed The Cheerleader by the Nekromantix.

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Jason from Winchester, IL 
Jul 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty damn good. Only $6 and you get 21 songs. And only 5 or 6 bad ones. I was deeply moved by U.S. Bombs, Nekromantix, Agnostic Front, and Devils Brigade. All being my first listen. The first half is great, second half you decide after you buy it. And you will.

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Tony from Sparks, NV 
Jun 12 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is awesome. It's got me into so many of the bands on Hellcat I never would've known about like Mouthwash, the Slackers, the Pietasters and Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros. The Dropkick Murphys, Rancid and Lars Frederiksen songs kick my ass and the record is just great. Well worth every penny you pay for it. Buy this record, it's cheap and awesome.

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Javier from Los Angeles, CA 
Jun 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the best give em the boot so far. 2 was just full of reggae ska, all filler, very little punk. This is way better. "TIGER ARMY NEVER DIE YOU MOFO'S"

 
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