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Punk-O-Rama Vol. 7

Epitaph / Ada 86646.2

Released on June 25, 2002


19 punk rock songs (including 4 previously unreleased tracks!) from Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise, Bad Religion, Millencolin, Bouncing Souls, Dropkick Murphys, The (International) Noise Conspiracy, Hot Water Music and many others from the the Epitaph roster.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Millencolin -Fingers Crossed Voted #2  8%
2 Hot Water Music -Wayfarer  6%
3 The (International) Noise... -Up For Sale  4%
4 Pennywise -The World  4%
5 Division Of Laura Lee -Black City  1%
6 NOFX -Olympia, WA  6%
7 Randy -Addicts Of Communication  5%
8 Pulley -Hooray For Me  4%
9 Bouncing Souls -The Something Special  3%
10 Beatsteaks -God Knows  3%
11 Bad Religion -The Defense Voted #1  14%
12 Deviates -The End  3%
13 Dropkick Murphys -Heroes From Our Past Voted #3  8%
14 Rancid -Bob  8%
15 Death By Stereo -Wasted Words  6%
16 Agnostic Front -Love To Be Hated  5%
17 1208 -Outside Looking In  3%
18 98 Mute -M.A.D.  2%
19 Guttermouth -My Girlfriend  6%
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Steven from Tahlequah, OK 
Feb 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD was a good variety of bands besides the skinhead red neck wanna be KKK fag bands. Rancid is one of the greatest untill i heard Tim Armstrong doing some sort of rap cd i wanted to vomit all over my one legged dog name jimmy. I heard one of the MP3s and it fucking sucked ASS. Ohh one more thing, buy this cd because it doesnt have rap on it.

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Mark from Fpo, AE 
Sep 22 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Seven words for this, nothing at all new on this comp, so just go find my mom on 47th and broadway and spend your 3 bucks on her.

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Tyler from Glen Arm, MD 
Aug 27 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

not that great. track one is awesome. other good songs are 6,7,8,11,13 and 15. But not overall that great. instead of buying this cd buy "AT ANY RATE" by TOO BAD EUGENE. its not on interpunk but it should be. also check out goldfinger and the living end. oh and buy the new bosstones cd

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Mike from Houston, TX 
Aug 25 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

One of the better Epitah punk o rama's in the library. The Rancid/NOFX split tracks are really cool. The CD opens up with "fingers crossed" by Millencollin, which is a great opener. "The World" by Pennywise is a decent track. "that something special" by the bouncing souls is an amazing song, as is "addicts of communication' by Randy, reall catchy. "The End" by the Deviates is great, straight foward punk at it's best. "Wasted Words" by Death by Stereo is the best song that band ever did. Starts of with a piano, and goes into a raw ,primal screaming with hard metal-ish/punk rifts, and the vocals go back and fourthh between meldoic singing and screaming. STand out track, hands down. Oh yeah "The Defense" by Bad Religion is on here as well..... Everything else sucks though

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David from Fpo Aa 34095-2800, FL 
Jul 6 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

overall a decent comp. I absolutely loved the DBS song, the beatsteaks were awesome too. This cd is definitely worth your moula. Buy this

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Jacob from Ventura, CA 
Jul 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is really good. The songs on this cd are really good. If your a collector of Punk'o'ramas, then i suggest you buy this cd, and even if you arent, i still suggest you buy it cuz its a good cd!!

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