Move Back Home [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Kembrew McLeod
A quick scan of the words ("cretin," "psychopath," "rehab," etc.) in the song titles makes it clear that these guys are coming straight out of Ramones-land. And that's just fine, because Move Back Home demonstrates that the Queers are getting better and better at channeling the black leather jacket-clad spirit of their punk forefathers. They, of course, still haven't grown up -- Joe still sings about not having a girlfriend and acting like a jerk, but no one else can do it better, save for the Mr. T Experience's Dr. Frank. The best demonstration of how good they've gotten at crafting great pop songs is the fact that it's hard to tell which song is a Brian Wilson cover ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Kembrew McLeod
A quick scan of the words ("cretin," "psychopath," "rehab," etc.) in the song titles makes it clear that these guys are coming straight out of Ramones-land. And that's just fine, because Move Back Home demonstrates that the Queers are getting better and better at channeling the black leather jacket-clad spirit of their punk forefathers. They, of course, still haven't grown up -- Joe still sings about not having a girlfriend and acting like a jerk, but no one else can do it better, save for the Mr. T Experience's Dr. Frank. The best demonstration of how good they've gotten at crafting great pop songs is the fact that it's hard to tell which song is a Brian Wilson cover and which one is an original. [The 2007 edition features alternate album art and four bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2007
  • Label: Asian Man
  • UPC: 612851014329
  • Catalog Number: 143
  • Sales rank: 71,821

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Queers Primary Artist
Hugh O'Neill Drums, Vocals
Joe Queer Guitar, Vocals
Danny Vapid Guitar
Dan Vapid Guitar
Technical Credits
The Undertones Composer
Brian Wilson Composer
Mass Giorgini Engineer
Joe Queer Liner Notes
Jack O'Neill Composer
Lawrence Livermore Composer
Larry Livermore Audio Production
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Queers!

    This reissue seems like it will be cool. <BR/><BR/>This is the first Queers album I heard IN FULL. Everything before that was found by alternate means, but listening to it altogether was great!

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