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Punk Goes Pop
     

Punk Goes Pop

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Punk Goes Pop is a compilation that goes under the premise of punk-pop bands covering huge pop stars. The album doesn't stick to any particular aspect or time period, instead doing everyone from Belinda Carlisle to Destiny's Child with the usual punk-y abandon.

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Punk Goes Pop is a compilation that goes under the premise of punk-pop bands covering huge pop stars. The album doesn't stick to any particular aspect or time period, instead doing everyone from Belinda Carlisle to Destiny's Child with the usual punk-y abandon. Featuring Dynamite Boy, Noise Ratchet, Stretch Arm Strong, and many others, the album is a perfect purchase for fans of obnoxious, snotty punk-pop.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/21/2003
Label:
Fearless Records
UPC:
0801190115921
catalogNumber:
1159
Rank:
103815

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dynamite Boy   Track Performer
Showoff   Track Performer
Nicotine   Track Performer
Thrice   Track Performer
Further Seems Forever   Track Performer
Yellowcard   Track Performer
Rufio   Track Performer
Starting Line   Track Performer
Fake I.D.   Track Performer
Student Rick   Track Performer
Noise Ratchet   Track Performer
Stretch Armstrong   Track Performer
Knockout   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Matt Allison   Engineer
Chris Bauer   Engineer
Eric B.   Illustrations
Slick Shoes   Producer
Chris Badami   Producer,Engineer
Jeremy Staska   Producer,Engineer
Barry Johnston   Producer,Engineer
Kenji Kikuchi   Engineer
Brian McTernan   Producer,Engineer
Sean O'Donnell   Producer,Engineer
Teppei Teranishi   Engineer
Loren Israel   Producer
James Paul Wisner   Producer,Engineer
Matt Alison   Engineer
Joe Nixon   Engineer

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Punk Goes Pop 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i loved this cd! i absolutely love punk and some of the songs were cool originally but i like to listen to them when they're like this more than the boy bands and pop stars
Guest More than 1 year ago
this cd is very good. now you can listen all those pop songs you hate to love sung by your favorite punk artists. the starting line's "im real" is good, and Yellowcard do an awesome cover of "everywhere"
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of punk covers but some of the covers on this cd are pretty shabby. Everywhere by Yellowcard is decent though.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is really funny, and great even if you din't like punk! (like me!)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago