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Good Riddance/Kill Your Idols


Jade Tree 81065

Released on November 20, 2001

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Jade Tree kicks off its new split single series by pairing two of today's most distinguished ambassadors of east and west coast hardcore punk, GOOD RIDDANCE and KILL YOUR IDOLS. California's GOOD RIDDANCE has spent a decade perfecting their blend of traditional melodic punk and hardcore fury. Known as Fat Wreck Chords' hardest working band, they have a trademark sound which channels astute political and personal observations through rousing sing-along anthems. Their 4-song contribution showcases their rarely heard harder edged side. New York City's KILL YOUR IDOLS provide 3 songs that carry on their tradition of blazing hardcore while simultaneously showing an expanded penchant for melody.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Good Riddance - Judas & The Morning After Pill Voted #1  23%
2 Good Riddance - Grandstanding From The Cheap Seats Voted #2  17%
3 Good Riddance - Queen & John Voted #3  17%
4 Good Riddance - Strickland Vs. Washington  5%
5 Kill Your Idols - Chesterfield King and Propagandhi  15%
6 Kill Your Idols - I Told You So  15%
7 Kill Your Idols - Another Great Start To A Miserable Day  8%
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Alex from Marquette, MI 
Feb 19 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a solid split for sure. I bought this for the KYI side but Good Riddance really impressed me here. I already had the KYI songs on another record but wanted the original album they were from (I told you so, and Another great start to a miserable day are 2 of my favorites). PICK THIS UP!

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Tony from Las Vegas, NV 
Apr 13 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the best fucking split's ever. 2 great bands with great songs. this is definitely one of the most played albums I have. Its time everyone stops fuckin buying "bleeding roses" or eyeliner bullshit and bring it back to the sincere. I dont understand the first of Kill Your Idols song about Propagandhi.. but its a great song and they are a great band nonetheless. all you dick fucks reading this should pick up the new propagandhi cd as well. GREAT BANDS...KILL YOUR IDOLS and GOOD RIDDANCE OWN ALL!!!!

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Ariel from Lancaster, CA 
Aug 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you are a Good Riddance fan...than this album is a MUST!!! And even though this album is only 13 minutes long with 7's still worth the money. "Judas and the Morning After Pill" is probably one of the greatest Good Riddance songs ever written. And the other three GR songs are also pretty sick. As for Kill Your Idols...I was never really a fan and I only bought this album because of GR...but their songs are pretty damn good. Other reviewers under me talked bad about KYI, but their songs aren't bad at all. "Chesterfield King and Propagandhi" is a good song. And "I Told You So" is also a sick song. Just buy this record dammit!!!

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Randy from Longview, TX 
Feb 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This compilation is satisfying. The 4 GR tracks are the best and the KYI take a close second. Some previous reviewers have critiqued KYI, but I think they sound great. It seems you just can't go wrong with Jade Tree Comps (i.e. ALK3/HWM split).

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Dan from Warrenville, IL 
Mar 27 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm more of a Good Riddance fan; all 4 of their songs on here are classic GR songs; reason its only 4 stars is I've never been much of a Kill Your Idols fan and their stuff wasnt that impressive.

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Cheapskate from Schenectady, NY 
Jul 8 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The Goodriddance side of this split is awesome but the Kill Your Idols side is something I could live without. Infact I never listen to the KYI part only the Goodriddance part. It's worth the money just for GR!

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Trevor from Fargo, ND 
Jun 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BUY THIS NOW! these are the best Good Riddance songs i have ever heard. The Best Kill Your Idols songs ever. This is worth more then they sell if for. ITs a great bargin buy it now!

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Erling from Orkdal, Norway 
Mar 12 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

here's the deal ..the Good Riddance songs rule...the KYI ones suck shite (ruined by extremely uncreative and boring singing..i swear that guy sings one tone thru the 3 songs)

woulda liked more GR songs..oh well, i guess the 4 (good) songs make the cd worth the money...but only barely

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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Feb 17 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If your a fan of hardcore you'll love this entire split. I personally could do without the entire Kill Your Idols selection. Musically they are average for a HC band ( "I Told You So" is their best offering) But their vocals pretty much suck. The Good Riddance tracks are what you'd expect - greatness! These songs are fast, hard, inteligent, and yet poppy enough to be catchy and addictive. You get a little bit of everything here, as GR has become known for. Their first two tracks (1.Judas & the Morning After pill 2.Grandstanding from the Cheap Seats) are classic GR, fast and catchy music and, ofcourse, lyrics with a social conscious. Track 3 "Queen & John" is your mid-tempo sing-a-long, with great introspective lyrics that everyone can relate to ( and that's what it's all about right?). GR's final track "Strickland Vs. Washington" is their hardcore offering that starts off with a clip from a Mumia Abu-Jamal Essay. This song is fast and straight ahead, with politically charged lyrics. The GR songs get a 5, but KYI only gets a 1, so as a whole I'll settle for the middle - 3.

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Brandon from Sterling, CO 
Dec 4 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

HOLY SHIT!!!! This CD is so insane!!!! What more could you ask for two great hardcore bands that just totally kick ass. I would recommend this CD for all hardcore lovers!!!

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