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Armchair Martian/Bad Astronaut

War Of The Worlds - Split

Owned & Operated 21

Released on September 4, 2001

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Armchair Martian - 17 Years  10%
2 Armchair Martian - Staler 2000  10%
3 Armchair Martian - Crest Fallen Voted #2  15%
4 Armchair Martian - Not A Dull Mom Voted #3  15%
5 Bad Astronaut - Grey Suits  7%
6 Bad Astronaut - You Deserve This  10%
7 Bad Astronaut - Jessica's Suicide Voted #1  33%
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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Jul 4 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you have yet to hear this buy it before it's out of stock for years again! Seriously though this is one of the best splits i've ever heard. Two great bands, a decent price, and one song done my both bands. Joey Cape and Jon Snodgrass sing vocals on each others songs as well. Best BA song on here is Crestfallin' and the best AM song on hee is Never A Dull Moment. I'd highly suggest buying this if your into both bands or even just one. I got into Armchair Martian because of this split. Ten if I could.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Sep 7 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hands down best split I own. Hearing Armchair Martian do "Grey Suits" is priceless. This is a unique split, because you can hear both Joey Cape (Lagwagon) & John Snodgrass (Armchair Martian) voices together on almost all the songs. It's like a duet of ultimate proportions! Get it now!

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Richard from Paisley, United Kingdom 
Apr 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Quite simply THE best ep i've got. Both bands, especially Armchair Martian completely under-rated. You can't go wrong with this. Spend your hard earned money on this right NOW, you won't regret it. ToMo.

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Bryan from Leominster, MA 
Feb 9 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

plain and simple ....Joey Cape is amazing. Bad Astronaut is an amazing band and worth every penny. Armchair Martian do some good tunes as well ...great split cd here check out Acrophobe and Houston We Have a Drinking Problem.

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Marc from Colorado Springs, CO 
Oct 23 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have waited to review this album for a long time because I have had trouble pinning down the correct words to describe my feelings about this split. I love Armchair Martian, and I believe that they are one of the most underrated bands around. For me, I took a lot of time for them to grow on me, but Jon Snograss' songwriting is amazing. Bad Astronaut is great also, highlighted by Joey from Lagwagon and my favorite drummer, Derrick Plourde. The bands cover each other's toons and get together on covering another band on 17 years, and they compliment each other's sound greatly. This is the best split CD that I have heard in a long time. My highlights are "You Deserve This" and "Jessica's Suicide," but all the songs are great. Pick this one up, it's a keeper.

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Carlo from Merate ( Lecco ), Italy 
Feb 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

bad astronaut is an awesome band and joey cape is just great . i found that also armcharm artian ( covering "grey suits" ) are a very nice band . i will look for their records, too . anyway bad astronaut is the band of the future . rock on .

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Andrew from Shawnee, KS 
Jan 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love Lagwagon, Joey Cape, Jon Snodgrass, Drag The River, Armchair Martian, and Bad Astronaut - so as you can imagine, this album was almost too good to be true. All the covers rock hard, and Bad Astronaut do a rendition of Jessica's Suicide that'll blow your mind. Pick this up, you wont ever regret it.

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Clovis from Aylmer, PQ Canada 
Nov 26 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I just loved that CD. Bad Astronaut are just an amazing band. As for Armchair Martian, I'm not a really big fan of them, but they're only doing some B.A. covers so , you really can't go wrong with this buy.

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Eric from Racine, WI 
Oct 10 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oh my God, this rules. 3 songs each from Armchair Martian and Bad Astronaut, and AM & BA both play on the last song, which is a cover of one of AM's many ex-bass players, Miguel Barron of Deminer. AM covers BA's "not a dull moment", "grey suits", and "you deserve this". BA covers AM's "crestfallen", "statler 2000" aka "statler #3" aka "the statler pat", and "Jessica's Suicide". I personally think Jessica's Suicide is better on the Owned & Operated comp, but it still rocks my socks off. BA sounds more like the newest Lagwagon stuff with extra keyboards on these songs. Not as experimental as on "acrophobe". But they still rock like hell. AM sounds more like their new songs off "monsters always scream", which is awesome of course. And hey, the biggest surprise is that it comes with the lyrics! If you are familiar with AM, you know you never see that.

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