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Punk Goes Acoustic
     

Punk Goes Acoustic

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As part of the long-running, gimmicky series from Fearless Records and BMG, Punk Goes Acoustic features a gaggle of youthful punk revivalists unplugging the patch chords and tuning up the acoustics. The bands aren't doing covers, which is a format change from the gimmickry of past titles like Punk Goes Metal or

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As part of the long-running, gimmicky series from Fearless Records and BMG, Punk Goes Acoustic features a gaggle of youthful punk revivalists unplugging the patch chords and tuning up the acoustics. The bands aren't doing covers, which is a format change from the gimmickry of past titles like Punk Goes Metal or Punk Goes Pop. Instead, you get bands like Simple Plan, the Ataris, Further Seems Forever, Yellowcard, and Midtown running acoustically through their songs with passably entertaining results. The comp should be of interest to fans of these groups looking for something a bit different, but it's by no means a must-have.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/21/2003
Label:
Fearless Records
UPC:
0801190116225
catalogNumber:
1162
Rank:
111863

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bill Stevenson   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Donnell Cameron   Engineer
Gilby Clarke   Engineer
Bill Stevenson   Engineer
Ed Rose   Engineer
Chris Morrison   Engineer
Jason Livermore   Engineer
Chris Roe   Composer
Kyle Bishop   Composer,Engineer
Scott Sellers   Composer
Kris Roe   Composer,Engineer
Teppei   Engineer
Strike Anywhere   Composer
Thrice   Composer
Rufio   Composer
Starting Line   Engineer
Jon Berry   Composer
Sugarcult   Composer
From Autumn to Ashes   Composer
Finch   Composer
Taking Back Sunday   Composer
Dustin Kensrue   Composer
Nate Barcalow   Composer
Baron Bodnar   Producer
James Paul Wisner   Engineer
Joe Pedulla   Engineer
Tim Pagnotta   Composer,Engineer
Neil Hennessy   Composer

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Punk Goes Acoustic 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wowsers!!! I thought I loved “Punk Goes Pop,” but this album is a million times better … maybe it’s because the bands aren’t covering bubblegum!!! My favorite tracks on albums have always been the acoustic and heart-driven ones so this compilation DEFINITELY rocks my world!!! I was especially excited to hear Yellowcard’s “Firewater” (since it’s not on any of their albums) and I’m a diehard YC fan!!! Thrice does an awesome job on “Trust” too. I definitely recommend this album to anyone who loves punk and acoustic sets!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hope this is proof enough of how good punk musicians are. This album is SO GOOOOOOD!!!!!!!!! everyone should go and buy it... PENNYWISE is the best band ever
Guest More than 1 year ago
this cd is very good. the song that i thought was best was yellowcard's "firewater." that song is totally awesome! it's not on any of their other albums, so if you are looking for new YC music, here it is. the other songs are good too. buy this cd!