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Useless ID

No Vacation From The World

Kung Fu 78806

Released on January 28, 2003

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Heavily influenced by So-Cal pop-punk, Useless I.D.’s second Kung Fu album “No Vacation from the World” shows the band’s willingness to try some new things (occasional moog keyboards, moodier melodies, brighter harmonies) while not forgetting its deeply-planted punk roots. While traveling on Warped, the band collaborated with No Use for a Name front man Tony Sly on their new songs, with Sly even contributing a full number for this album. Lagwagon's Joey Cape was also brought in for some studio vocals.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Same Story, Someone New Voted #3  11%
2 Worst Holiday I Ever Had  6%
3 Bring Me Down  6%
4 My Therapy  4%
5 Jukebox 86 Voted #2  15%
6 Too Late To Start Over  2%
7 Unhappy Hour  6%
8 Birthday Song  1%
9 Crush  2%
10 Weird Rock  5%
11 Stuck Without A Ride  1%
12 Diary  10%
13 At Least I Tried Voted #1  27%
14 End  5%
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Brett from Roswell, GA 
Oct 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first I thought this cd was pretty mediocore but it totally drew my attention with how similiar musically and vocally this sounds No at least when they were good. After giving this cd a few more listens I found a couple stand out tracks and now I listen to this cd all the time. Great buy for fans of No Use (sounds like songs off of Making Friends and More Betterness).

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David from Jacksonville, FL 
Aug 24 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

A very average pop-punk CD. Nothing very impressive. A couple songs are alright, but it gets old fairly quickly.

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Jon from Bloomfield, NJ 
Feb 2 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Very soft and slow. It seems like they tried to get a little artsy-fartsy and experiment a little too much. Their first album is great, although the songs sound a bit the same. Haven't listenned to it twice in a year.

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Elaine from Essex, United Kingdom 
Jan 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I Love useless id, yes their sound is similar to ataris and NUFN but yotam ben horin knows how to write good music, i do prefer their first album though not sure why as both are as good

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Nov 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Absolutly great! From start to finish a solid album! Its really nice to see some great music coming form Isreal!

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Tim from Kendalia, TX 
Feb 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Badass Record!!! Tony Sly helped them on this one and that's cool cause he's my favorite songwriter. You can really hear the No Use style come through. So if you like NUFAN and good Isreali punk...pick this one up.

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Guy from Carmel, NY 
Feb 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD. I think very highly of these guys. They are not the same old thing. If you like their older stuff then you will like this. It is getting a little "poppier" though as the previous person said. But they have a good sound. Their songs are well written and the lead vocalist has a good voice.

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Anupama from Old Westbury, NY 
Feb 4 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ah... a little whiny. its a good cd but their old stuff is better. the bassist sings on this and i just dont' like his voice as much as the guitarists. their stuff is getting poppier and poppier and i'm not liking it.

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Yoni from Orlando, FL 
Feb 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Again with their new cd, Useless ID doesnt cease impressme. Thier musical style has progressed and the new songs sound amazing! I do suggest though to listen to some of their older stuff if you get a chance, which is harder and more aggressive and has Guy, the guitarist on vox. These guys have a lot of talent and are really nice dudes as well. They represent Israeli punk rock at its finest!! Go Israel!! If any of u were wondering what they're talking about (in Hebrew) on the secret track...the dude is saying that he accidentally screamed while they were recording, so he hopes it doesnt show up on the drum track. Then they go and play some game. Anywayz, Useless ID is the best and I recommend this cd to anyone!

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Brian from Port Jeff Station, NY 
Feb 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first, I thought this band had the whiniest vocals out of any band I've ever heard, next to Rufio, who at the time I didn't even think was a close second. After listening to this CD once, I quickly realized it's not true. The vocals aren't as bad as they first seem in the opener, and after that everything is great. They've matured perfectly, and this is one of the best transitions I've ever heard from a band one album to the next. It is a solid album, probably will be one of the top 25 of this year, top 20 maybe. Your everyday power chords are made out to sound pretty damn well. The songs are catchy and there's not much more to say. I'd kinda compare it to Allister's "Last Stop Suburbia."

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