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Dag Nasty

Minority Of One

Revelation 111

Released on August 13, 2002


Dag Nasty, the legendary Dischord band, are back and as good as ever with their first release in a decade. "Minority Of One" features guitarist Brian Baker (Bad Religion), vocalist Dave Smalley (All, Down By Law). bassist Roger Marbury and Drummer Colin Sears. This new album was produced by Brian Baker and Steve Hansgen (Minor Threat) and engineered by Don Zientara at the infamous Inner Ear Studios.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Ghosts  8%
2 Minority Of One Voted #1  17%
3 Bottle This  0%
4 Broken Days Voted #3  13%
5 Your Words  8%
6 Incinerate  8%
7 Throwing Darts  8%
8 White Flag Voted #2  17%
9 Twisted Again  0%
10 Average Man  13%
11 Wasting Away  8%
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Erik from London, ON Canada 
Aug 5 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok all you emo kids. this is where it all began. this album is up beat and not about sliting your wrists ( so sorry femo teen boppers who like to cry and cut your wrists this ain;t for you) this is for fans of emo and punk rock. a beautiful and power ful medly of punkemorock bliss. this is where it all began. this album is not for the ignorant. anyone who knows these guys really knows their music this cd is FANTASTIC 6 stars if i could give it 6 stars. if all emo kids knew bout this cd there wouldn't be so much crying!!!!!

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Alex from Norwood, NJ 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Dag Nasty fans are usually divided ... the hardcore loyalists prefer Dave Smalley's "Can I Say," while the more sensitive crowd goes for "Wig Out At Denko's." I'm a Denko's guy, and I think "Can I Say," while definitely an emo milestone, has some weak spots and underwritten songs. So it is that I was completely surprised by "Minority of One." Although recorded many years after the band's salad days, it sounds so energetic and fresh, and is easily as good as "Can I Say" in terms of quality, if not better. The only downside to the album is that, by now, this type of sound has been heard a million times, so that there's nothing new here, making the music seem lacking in some way. It's not, of course, it's just not original. But it's done competently and this is a strong album, so throw in a cover of "100 Punks" and this is a good buy.

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Jack from Bothell, WA 
Apr 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Anyone who listens to any EmoCore-style music that's worth listening to (Hot Water Music, for example) should have at least one album by this band in their library. These guys practically invented the genre, breaking the mold in the punk scene along with bands like 7 Seconds, Rites of Spring, and Fugazi by showing that every punk rock song didn't have to be about fighting the system or non-conformity. This band is for any teenager having a tough time growing up, and this album is the best one they have done (Aside from maybe Can I Say or may Field Day). YOU WILL BUY THIS ALBUM IF YOU HAVE ANYWHERE NEAR A DECENT TASTE IN MUSIC!

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Matt from Apple Valley, CA 
Feb 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first listen to this cd it did not have the buzz of early Dag Nasty. But now that I have been listening to it more it sounds just as good as the other Dag Nasty cd's.

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Mark from Birmingham, United Kingdom 
Aug 5 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I didn't think this was gonna be that good, after Can I Say the band failed to knock me over like before but Minority of One has got the songs to impress. My favorites were 'Minority of One' and 'Broken Days'

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Erik from Grand Blanc, MI 
May 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Along with Verbal Assault, Youth Of Today, & Gorilla Biscuits, Dag Nasty have to be one of the greatest punk bands from the 80's. They are one of the reasons I first started listening to punk! It's great to see the band get back together and release another album which easily sounds like a sequel to their first release with Dave Smalley. In other words, no surprises here. Great punk rock in the veign of great 80's punk!!! Thank you Dag Nasty for keeping the torch lit!

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John from Moon Township, PA 
Feb 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If had band had been together for awhile and put out a CD that sounded exactly like all their other stuff-it would suck. Since Dag Nasty hadn't put out any music in 10 years(or so), it's a good thing in their case. Unlike most people, I actually liked the second singer of the band. The song writing on "Wig Out" was really good, in my opinion. This albumn has good song writing and Dave Smalley (original singer), so the people who liked "can I say" will definately like this album.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Dec 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Original Dag Nasty. Nothing more. Nothing Less.

Which means that it's GRAND! That's right! GRAND! Dave, Brian, Colin, and Roger. All there, all writing songs, all performing, all doing there best. It's a shade under Can I Say, which is saying (fuck me and my stupid puns) alot. Never really cared for the second singer, but this album will make you forget about him all together.

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Kevin from Monroe Township, NJ 
Sep 7 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A quality release from a band who I'm not too familiar with. I was introduced to them through a comp. and I think I will listen to more of them. Hard to compare them to anyone, they have a sound not commonly found. Some of their songs have a southern-guitar feel in them (if that makes any sense to you, which it most likely doesn't). Ghosts is one of my fav. songs on the album. It's quick, it's catchy, it's harder, it's good. I'm not gonna tell you to run out of your way to pick this up, but if you have the cash this should definetely be considered.

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