Lunch. Drunk. Love

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All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
Part of pop-punk's charm has always come from a certain sense of anxious uncertainty, melding infectious melodies with teenage angst to create something that's hard to put down and easy to identify with. Now, 12 albums and almost 20 years into a solid career, Bowling for Soup are challenging that notion with Lunch. Drunk. Love., an album that finds the band tempering the brashness of youth with the kind of confidence that comes with age and experience. Setting the tone is the opening track, "Critically Disdained," a song that lets the world know that Bowling for Soup are a band that knows what they're all about, and whether or not someone likes it isn't going to change ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
Part of pop-punk's charm has always come from a certain sense of anxious uncertainty, melding infectious melodies with teenage angst to create something that's hard to put down and easy to identify with. Now, 12 albums and almost 20 years into a solid career, Bowling for Soup are challenging that notion with Lunch. Drunk. Love., an album that finds the band tempering the brashness of youth with the kind of confidence that comes with age and experience. Setting the tone is the opening track, "Critically Disdained," a song that lets the world know that Bowling for Soup are a band that knows what they're all about, and whether or not someone likes it isn't going to change what they do or how they do it. This kind of song really feels like a disclaimer, as if the band is saying, "hey, we're dudes that like silly jokes and stuff, so don't be mad when we're not completely serious all the time." Funny thing is, it really works, and a track that's meant to make fun of the fact that the band doesn't care if people don't like them makes the rest of the album pretty endearing. This relatable vibe is what's helped Bowling for Soup endure in what normally feels like a young man's game, so even though Lunch. Drunk. Love. isn't going to change the world, your life, or possibly even your mind about the band, it's a hell of a fun way to spend 40 pop-punk-filled minutes.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/10/2013
  • Label: Que-So / Brando
  • UPC: 759707130526
  • Catalog Number: 1303
  • Sales rank: 24,887

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Critically Disdained (2:39)
  2. 2 Since We Broke Up (3:42)
  3. 3 Real (4:02)
  4. 4 From the Rooftops (3:01)
  5. 5 Circle (2:55)
  6. 6 Normal Chicks (3:15)
  7. 7 I Am Waking Up Today (2:48)
  8. 8 Couple of Days (2:35)
  9. 9 And I Think You Like Me Too (3:06)
  10. 10 Envy (3:24)
  11. 11 How Far This Can Go (3:57)
  12. 12 Right About Now (2:40)
  13. 13 Kevin Weaver (3:36)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bowling for Soup Primary Artist
Peter Adams Musician
Robert Baxter Vocals
Jaret Reddick Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Scott Simons Musician
Erik Herbst Bass, Vocals, Group Member
Chris Burney Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Gary Wiseman Drums, Group Member
Stephen Williamson Vocals
Ken Michael Vocals
Linus of Hollywood Background Vocals, Musician
Eric Johnson Vocals
Diane Small Vocals
Kathy Mead Vocals
Jaye Miller Vocals
Frank Small Vocals
Dwayne Palmer Vocals
David Dooley Vocals
David Clem Vocals
Olivia Palmer Vocals
Nichol Simmons Vocals
Mark McGary Vocals
Linda Stephen Background Vocals
Layla Cain Vocals
Vincent Tyler Vocals, Musician
Annique Wiseman Vocals
Amy Clem Vocals
Adria Pendergrass Vocals
Technical Credits
Brandon Aly Composer
Edie Brickell Composer
Paul Logus Mastering
Paul Nugent Management
Jaret Reddick Composer, Producer
Mike Swinford Management
Erik Herbst Engineer
Ryan Hamilton Composer
Linus of Hollywood Composer, Producer, Engineer
Kenneth Withrow Composer
John Walter Bush Composer
John Bradley Houser Composer
Jarinus Producer
Sarah Kendel Marketing
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