Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10

Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10

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Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10

Vol. 10 of this reliable, economical compilation from Epitaph Records features a mixture of album tracks and previously unreleased material, as well as a bonus DVD. Motion City Soundtrack kicks things off with "When 'You're' Around," one of the best songs off their 2005 LP Commit This to Memory. "Shoot Me in the Smile" is a one-off from the Matches, one of Epitaph's more promising young groups; the cut's jerking rhythms, falsetto turns, and spastic guitars keep you guessing longer than, say, the pristine emo of Matchbook Romance. Epitaph has moved aggressively into its third decade with an increasingly diversified roster, and this edition of Punk-O-Rama reflects that shift. Whip-smart MC Sage Francis ("Sun vs. Moon"), wide-eyed Australian indie poppers Youth Group ("Shadowland"), and soulful hip-hop from the Coup ("Laugh/Love/F***") all offer fans more than the label's steady diet of punk revivalism, emo fatalism, and the Offspring. Of course, the Offspring are here if you want them (1992's previously unreleased "Mission from God"), and Bad Religion, Dropkick Murphys, and NOFX ("No Fun in Fundamentalism") are along to provide the veteran punk guidance. In between there's atmospheric psychobilly from Tiger Army, a live version of Bouncing Souls' "Anchors Aweigh," and a minute-long thumbscrew from noize supergroup Some Girls called "I Need Drugs." Special Goodness (the indie rock-ish "Not the Way") is the side project of Weezer drummer Pat Wilson, while "Mince Meat" offers a taste of Dangerdoom, the in-the-works cartoon-hop collaboration between MF Doom and Danger Mouse. "Just to clear the air like the Ionic Breeze Quadra!" Relative to imagination like this, some of Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10's more conventional material falters. But the set is still a solid representation of Epitaph, circa summer 2005, and its price point can't be beat.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/07/2005
Label: Epitaph / Ada
UPC: 0045778675524
catalogNumber: 86755
Rank: 116032


Disc 1

  1. When "You're" Around
  2. Lovers & Liars
  3. Shoot Me in the Smile
  4. Failure by Designer Jeans
  5. Sun vs. Moon
  6. News from the Front
  7. Mixin' Up Adjectives
  8. Shadowland
  9. From the Tops of Trees
  10. I Need Drugs
  11. Mince Meat
  12. Mission from God
  13. Black Cloud
  14. Last Goodbyes
  15. Anchors Aweigh
  16. Farewell My Hell
  17. The Warrior's Code
  18. Dead Weight Falls
  19. White Knuckle Ride
  20. Falling Down
  21. No Fun in Fundamentalism
  22. Bloodstain
  23. Not the Way
  24. Ghostfire
  25. Riot, Riot, Riot
  26. Laugh/Love/F***

Disc 2

  1. Ride the Wings of Pestilence
  2. My Eyes Burn
  3. Ray
  4. Skeleton Jar
  5. Eagles Become Vultures
  6. Tu Puta Mi Casa
  7. Rose of the Devil's Garden
  8. Chain Me Free
  9. Los Angeles Is Burning
  10. Ride the Fence
  11. Caesura
  12. The Reasons
  13. 10 AM Automatic
  14. National Disgrace
  15. Miss Take
  16. Tessie
  17. Anchors Aweigh
  18. Insects Destroy
  19. Riot Riot Riot
  20. Glass
  21. Nfa

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Reginald Brown   Chant
Silke   Background Vocals
Boots Riley   Vocals
Mike Tiger   Clavinet,oberheim
Ozlem Asina   Chant
Dawn Elissa Fischer   Chant

Technical Credits

Pennywise   Composer
Matt Hyde   Engineer
Dick Kaneshiro   Tracking Assistant
Andy Wallace   Producer
Thom Wilson   Engineer
Pat Wilson   Engineer
Bouncing Souls   Composer
Adam Krammer   Engineer
Dropkick Murphys   Composer
Jeff Abarta   Producer
Jacquire King   Producer,Engineer
Tiger Army   Composer
Nikola Sarcevic   Composer
Boots Riley   Producer,Engineer
Danger Mouse   Composer
Matchbook Romance   Composer
Motion City Soundtrack   Composer
Nick Pritchard   Artwork
Some Girls   Producer
Andrew Jordan   Composer
Christian Bienne   Authoring
Matt Radosevich   Producer,Engineer
Rob Cerveris   Engineer

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Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is OK. I has some songs from good people like Bad Religion, Rancid, NOFX, the Offspring, and Tiger Army. But the rest of it isn't that great. It's kinda Emo and there are two rap tracks! If you want good punk, get the OLD Punk-O-Rama CDs.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the best song on here was by the offspring so if your a fan of them i'd say buy it. it's worth it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago