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We Are All We Have

Side One Dummy 397

Released on August 25, 2009

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The seventh album from punk rock stalwarts The Casualties. Once again, the band teamed up with legendary drummer and producer Bill Stevenson, who also worked on their two previous albums. With We Are All We Have, the band has proven they’re more than capable of keeping things fresh and exciting while still satisfying their diehard fan base. We Are All We Have, though full of their signature bracing, high-octane hardcore punk, also features a few surprises. As drummer Meggers testifies, “[It’s] definitely our most diverse album. There’s a reggae song on there, there’s our staple Casualties anthem sing-alongs, there’s some thrash-metal influence in there, so it’s all over the place, but still holding on to the true Casualties sound” adding, “I think it’s what the band needed after six records.” He attributes the more varied sound to the fact that they all listen to such different styles of music, which are finally seeping into some songs. Another way this album differs from records past is how they went about writing lyrics. While vocalist Jorge penned a majority of the lyrics, Jake, Meggers, and bassist Rick each wrote a few songs as well. “We all have our own say in this,” the drummer explains.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Carry On The Flag  0%
2 We Are All We Have Voted #1  38%
3 Hearts Bleed Black  4%
4 Rise And Fall  0%
5 Apocalypse Today  8%
6 War Is Business Voted #3  13%
7 In The Tombs Voted #2  17%
8 Stand Against Them All  0%
9 Depression - Unemployment Lines  0%
10 Looking Thru Bloodshot Eyes  0%
11 Lonely On The Streets - Jersey City  8%
12 Life Clone  0%
13 Clockwork  8%
14 Rockers Reggae (Working Man's Dub)  4%
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Jeffrey from Carey, OH 
Dec 6 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

There can not be too many big bands left doing the street punk scene. Probally the Unseen and of course The Casualties. I really enjoy this style of music but I was hesitant to buy this because their last couple of records, although good, had become a bit similar and repitious. I am pleasantly surprized by the difference and the quality of the songwriting. Make no mistake its still The Casualties, its blistering, hard and fast and Jorge's voice sounds strong and totally shot. Its fun to hear the dub beats with him screaming his guts out. It Works! I have seen these guys three times, once at a dive bar in front of 80 people, once in Cleveland in front of 800, and once when they warmed up the Dropkick Murphys in front of 1,800. They played the same every time, as in heart and soul. True Punks, they have commited and they live the life. Really cool, I recomend this.

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Chris from Willebroek, Belgium 
Nov 27 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Woooow what a nice Casualties album! They made a great change in their sound. In their previous albums sometimes the songs sounded a little bit the same but not this time! Fast guitars with nice breaks and backing vocals. Basically it's still the Casualties but they added a lot more creativity into this one. the best Casualties album I've ever heard. A must have in your cd rack!

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Tino from Dover, NH 
Sep 15 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Excellent CD. You have your usual killer punk rock Casualties sound but there are some different elements to it n some songs. The song "in the tombs" (which is the best in my opinion) has a ska-like intro then a raging HC punk song followed by a reggae part at the end. The ska part and the reggae part aren't lame and typical parts like that of leftover crack. They are killer. The song "we are all we have" is 2nd best i think, great sing-a-long. "Lonely On The Streets", "life clone" and "looking through bloodshot eyes" are also really amazing tracks w more of a classic casualties feel. "War is business" has a good crust tint to it. "clockwork" is just downright awesome straightforward punk song. The release is somewhat different because all 4 members wrote songs for it. Definitely pick it up fuck everyone who bitches about the casualties or says they've changed, cuz that's a load of crap. they make a living doing what they love and they just keep bringing us more great songs without being like everyone else and changing genre. they will always be classic

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