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His feet we’re blistered for you sins, and painful melvins in the high school gym.
It was the band's first album after their permanent move to Kung Fu, after having fulfilled their contract with Nitro Records in 2000.Shawn-Ray Dalinsky Not their best, but definitely not a bad album. I like it as much as "Hitler Bad, Vandals Good." 43210-1 is an awesome song! "BIG disappointment." The way this CD was promoted was through an Internet Dating contest and a dating web site. CHORUS I’m exploding in my pants, from the spirit of the Lord of Dance.I've already had the CD, but I bought this just for the instrumentals and bonus track which is really awesome of the band/label to share. It's a dirty white vinyl for dirty white people, and people of all races. The band had to go on actual dates with winners all over the world, from Cleveland to Osaka. The whirling dervish Son of Man, repent while you still can.Alas, I'm having a really hard time coming up with anything inspired to say. Disproportioned Head is the first song after 43210-1 that really makes a distinctive mark. Let's face it - if you're going to decide they've sold out, or changed, or whatever it is bitter punks do when their sense of being nieve dies - you would have done that several albums ago. Look what I almost Stepped in has Behind the Music. It does what the vandals want, gets you set up for the album. Like a love affair with a recently divorced, SUV driving soccer mom. We'll All Get Laid almost makes me think of Live, Fast Diharrea (my personal favorite). Little Weirdo makes you think of that 80s movie featuring John Cuzack, Better Off Dead, where John's little brother escapes the earth while the credits roll. Other bonus content in this portion of the album includes a photo gallery and unobscured lyrics.
All tracks written by Warren Fitzgerald, except where noted.
As a promotion for the album, the band members held an online contest in which four fans each won a "date" with one of the band members.
These "dates" were videotaped and including in the enhanced CD-ROM portion of the CD.
an excellent last song to end another great effort by the vandals. If you don't, well, I'm sure you'll put your two cents in down below the review. If You've never heard the vandals, I wouldn't recommend this as a first. I mean, the "internet savvy jokes" the art seems to be attempting to make... I mean, it's slightly, quickly, amusing that the pop-ups cover most of the lyrics.
oh yeah, one more thing: the potential comedy goldmine of the vandals being internet dating superstuds was so amazingly overlooked it makes me nauseous.
It comes with a 31 track download that includes enjoyable instrumental versions of all the jams. Life-long friendships and inappropriate relationships were formed. The Lord of Lords declares a holy war on the on the onlookers and the wallflowers.