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Mustard Plug

Pray For Mojo

Hopeless 638

Released on March 16, 1999



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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Send You Back Voted #3  13%
2 Not Giving In  6%
3 Someday, Right Now  9%
4 Everything Girl  13%
5 Away From Here  7%
6 Throw A Bomb Voted #2  15%
7 Lolita  4%
8 Mend Your Ways  1%
9 So Far To Go  2%
10 Time Will Come  2%
11 Yesterday Voted #1  19%
12 We're Gunna Take On The World  10%
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Jannie from Elkins Park, PA 
May 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome, awesome, awesome.. must I say anymore? Anyways, this is probably my second favourite Mustard Plug cd. I like Evildoers Beware a bit more. Mustard Plug are fucking amazing.

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Theresa from Clarksboro, NJ 
Sep 7 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hm... not as good as Evil Doers Beware or Skapacalypse Now... but it's a pretty good cd. I don't think they got very creative when making it, a few songs sound pretty much the same. Lolita is an awesome track though, and so is Throw a Bomb. Yeah, i think throw a bomb is their best song off this cd... if you're a mustard plug fan, buy it, but get Skapacalypse Now first.

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Tony from Chicago, IL 
Jun 18 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is pretty good. Evildoers is better though. To that effect, buy that CD instead. Are they ever going to release anything ever again?


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Peter from Raliegh, NC 
Mar 4 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can be said about Mustard Plug? They are Mustard Plug, that is all there is to it. They are a great ska band from Grand Rapids, MI. And in the 10 years that they have been around they have made some great ska records. This albumn is no exeption. They play Ska because they like it, and this shows through in there music. Great band. Great Record. BUY IT!

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Maggie from Maple Grove, MN 
Aug 7 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Mustard Plug rocks. If you haven't heard any of their tunes, I recommend this album; it's great for any starter Mustard Plug fan. The songs Yesterday and Everything Girl will have your fingers tapping and your heart pumping! It's a treat to listen to before any show, as well as when you're cooking macaroni and cheese.

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