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Methadones/Copyrights

Split

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Released on July 1, 2008

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Their first release on their own label. Both bands have really outdone themselves this time, writing some of their best material to date. 12 amazing new songs make this an instant pop punk classic.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Imperfect World Voted #3  13%
2 3-2-1  4%
3 Under The Skyline  4%
4 On The Clock  13%
5 Easter Island  5%
6 What Do You Believe In  8%
7 Keep Me In The Dark Voted #1  15%
8 Trapped On A Reel  5%
9 We're Not Gonna Make It  7%
10 Holidays Voted #2  14%
11 Flooded Basements, Abandoned Beaches  4%
12 Locked Outside A Motel Without Shoes,a Wallet, Or A Phone  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Nov 1 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

LOVE the Methadones songs, not so big on the Copyrights. I know people are big into the Copyrights now, but I just can't get into them. The Methadones songs are very explosive and catchy. So get it for the Methadones jams.

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Adam from Ottawa, ON Canada 
Oct 27 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great fucking CD right here. I found it boring at first but after about 10 listens it gets much better and now it doesn't leave the car. Copyright might edge out Methadones by a hair on this one. I found best songs on this album by far are Imperfect World and Trapped on a Reel but plenty more to enjoy here. Well worth the coin!

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Sep 30 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Methadones and The Copyrights are two of my favorite bands out there right now so I was pretty stoked that they were putting out a split album together. This album didn't disappoint one bit and has some really great pop-punk tunes from both bands. Highlights from the Methadones side include Imperfect World, Under The Skyline, and Easter Island. Highlights from the Copyrights side includes Keep Me In The Dark, Holidays, and the last track which is a cover of a Primitive Radio Gods tune that they changed the song title of for this release. Enjoy!

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Greg from Palmerston, ON Canada 
Aug 9 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I know this is going to sound cliche, but there are no words to explain how great this album is. Buy it, listen to it over and over again. The Copyrights are great as always and this is hands down the best work that the Methadones have ever put out.

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Jack from Bradenton, FL 
Aug 5 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is terrific, after a few plays through you become hooked. The Methadones have the first six tracks, The Copyrights the second six. I loved The Methadones last album and this picks right up from there showing more growth and what I call pop-punk for grown ups. The Copyrights songs are catchy as hell as they are a perfect compliment to The Methadones. The Copyrights are a great band but for me The Methadones' music is more mature and speaks to an older generation (I'm 36) therefore to me they own this split. Either way you can't miss with this album, trust me you'll probably wear it out.

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Michael from Watson, IL 
Jul 29 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awsome! I will say this isn't the best stuff the methadones have done. I bought this CD for the Methadones, but the copyrights songs were beter.

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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Jul 27 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Two of the top names in "pop punk" go head to head on a self released split. This is everything you'd expect from these two great bands and I think the Copyrights just edge it. What I did find was that if you were unfamiliar with these bands & this form of music it would be difficult sometimes to tell which is which, but I think that is just the nature of this brand of music. Whatever, this is great and should be top of any self respecting punkers shopping list, it will be interesting to see what other releases appear on this label in the future. Good start.

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Michael from Hants., United Kingdom 
Jul 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great CD- some of the catchiest, most memorable pop-punk since... erm, the Copyrights' "Learn the Hard Way" a few months ago. The Methadones kick off in fine style, echoing themes of small-town angst common to anyone who's heard the Copyrights- or Less Than Jake- before. The songs are excellent, if occassioanlly too abrupt to achieve any anthemic quality.

Even with this high water-mark, the Copyrights go one better with their half of the split. The same anthemic sing-along choruses and perfectly-synced harmonies that characterise their best work are here in abundance, and it doesn't end there. Choruses like "We're not gonna make it" bely later sentiments like the fist-pumping "we've already won" in "Flooded Basements, Abandoned Beaches"- this is a celebratory statement of intent, an avowal of the bands' newfound DIY ethos. All of which is rounded off with a classic pop-punk "doo doo doo" chorus in the final track. In most other bands, it'd sound trite. Not here.

This is, in short, a brilliant CD- the two bands are a perfect fit in some respects and a natural foil in others- there's not a dud on here, and fans of both bands should listen with broad grins. Hell, if anyone can listen to this CD and not smile, you can only pity them!

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Scott from Madison, WI 
Jul 14 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Just like the review above says "both bands have really out done themselves this time". I really couldn't of said it better myself. Long Live Chicago Pop Punk!!!

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Alex from Minot, ND 
Jul 14 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard about these two bands doing a split I was really excited. These are easily two of favorite bands within the pop-punk genre.

The Methadones side of this split contains some great songs. I wasn't the biggest fan of their past two albums as compared to their other three. This is really great, and I'm looking forward to what they release in the future.

The Copyrights have never let me down when they release something, and this is no different. They are one of the few bands where I can listen to everything they've released without skipping many songs. This split has them continueing to carry that torch.

To sum this up - if you're a fan of catchy ass pop-punk, then definately pick this up.

 
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