In Our Lifetime, Vol. 3: The Revenge of Boston

In Our Lifetime, Vol. 3: The Revenge of Boston

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In Our Lifetime, Vol. 3: The Revenge of Boston

With In Our Lifetime, Vol. 3, Fenway Recordings aims to sum up the best of the Boston music scene in 2002. The Damn Personals make an interesting power pop entry with "Better Living," Heavy Stud contributes the Juliana Hatfield-meets-surf rock "Over the Top," and the Kickovers offer up the Weezer-esque "Dirty Hands." There's a lot of pop here, including the south-of-the-border grooves on Kaiju Big Battel's "Los Plantanos No Bananas!," but things are rounded out with a great, angular live track by Mission of Burma ("Fun World"), Jack Drag's brilliant, shimmering "She's My Kind of Boy," and Lockgroove's noisy space rock number, "Takin' No More." There are some weak bits like Cracktorch's party metal "Theme" and Cave In's melodramatic "Dark Driving," but mostly it's a sound record that even has a couple startling highlights. The Fierce Tibetan Gods' electro-world grooves on "More Powerful Than Empires" seem strikingly original, and good ol' Bosstone Dicky Barrett singing with the Dropkick Murphys on "Dirty Water" is nostalgic, funny, and energetic.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/08/2002
Label: Fenway Recordings
UPC: 0820992002628
catalogNumber: 20026

Album Credits

Technical Credits

Phil Greene   Engineer
Paul Q. Kolderie   Producer,Engineer,Remixing
David Minehan   Producer
Bob Weston   Engineer
Ducky Carlisle   Producer
Scott Riebling   Producer
Papas Fritas   Producer
Mike Deming   Engineer
Perry Geyer   Producer
Paul Sanni   Engineer
Mark Kates   Liner Notes
Lockgroove   Producer
John Dragonetti   Producer
Sheila Divine   Producer
Kenji Samuel Coleman   Inspiration
Colin Rhinesmith   Producer
Nicholas Zampiello   Engineer
Quitter   Producer
Kickovers   Producer
Jon Sulkow   Artwork
Aubrey Anderson   Producer

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