Various - When Good Kids Go Punk album
Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7 is the eighteenth compilation album in the Punk Goes. The album contains thirteen bands from the pop punk, post-hardcore, metalcore, and alternative rock scenes covering mainstream pop songs. It was released via Fearless on July 14, 2017 .
What is a cover album? The very nature of one implies at least a passing level of association with the songs you’re going to commit yourself too. It implies you’re going to actually enjoy the songs the bands are covering. So it makes me wonder, seven releases into this questionable series, why Pop Goes Punk Vol. 7 even exists? Because the reality is, I don’t feel like there’s a reason for this record to exist. At times, this release has me questioning whether these bands were any good in the first place. Dance Gavin Dance covering Bruno Mars’ ‘That’s What I Like’ (a song I hear at the gym every day) for example is about as cringe as you expect it to be, which is sad because out of all the bands, they should be the ones capable of producing a decent cover of a pop song.
Punk rock started in 1976 on New York’s Bowery, when four cretins from Queens came up with a mutant strain of blitzkrieg bubblegum. The revolution they inspired split the history of rock & roll in half. But even if punk rock began as a kind of negation - a call to stark, brutal simplicity - its musical variety and transforming emotional power was immediate and remains staggering. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ toweringly influential self-titled debut, we’ve compiled a list of the 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All Time. Their first album explored obsessions like robotics, Ronald McDonald and cannibalistic apes, making devolution feel like the future.
In the end, Punk Goes Pop 6 is just like its predecessors: there are some good tracks scattered throughout the record, but after all is said and done, it’s a fairly poor album that can’t quite stand on its own two feet. Maybe if the people behind Punk Goes can stop trying to crank out a new album as quickly as possible, we could end up with a decent compilation for once.
I remember when A Day To Remember and Scary Kids Scaring Kids covered pop songs and really turned them into guilty pleasures. Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7 tries but doesn't even come close. Hopefully the next year churns out better acts for them to cover next year. Now, Now: live in Cambridge. Katie Ellen: Cowgirl Blues.
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When he first met YAWNS, Jay says they bonded over their mutual love of The Misfits and various oldies like Ricky Nelson, a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer who sang with an infectious country twang. He’s kind of relatable, Jay says. I like the fact that a lot of people don’t really like country. He admits, however, that some fans have been a little disappointed to hear them making more conventional music. It was a bummer, he says. But now that we’re explaining the album more and talking about the message it’s been a little. Jay notes that the live show has definitely been more dynamic. I just hope they get inspired to go home and try and do the same shit. Try to learn the songs and pick up a guitar.
Various - Punk Rock Makes The World Go Round. гроб-хроники, дискография, официальные издания, cassette /. Various Punk Rock Makes The World Go Round. Лейбл: Teenage Rebel Records; Минус Девять Кельвина.
Know a punk parent who isn't resigned to endless "Let it Go?" Here's a list of kid-friendly albums for your punk friends who have little ones at home. A solid ska record with some serious horns, Smile is an album of fast fun songs with kid-friendly themes like "Wiggly Wiggly Worm," "Everybody Loves to Jump," "When the Light Turns Red You Stop. Honestly, ska is made for kids and adults alike, as the music makes you want to dance and none of the songs are any goofier than many "grown up" ska tunes. Brats On The Beat: Ramones For Kids. Aside from the occasional reference to sniffing glue or the KKK, the Ramones were a pretty kid-friendly group, with upbeat songs with silly lyrics. Jennifer Precious Finch of the girl act L7 takes that one step further with Brats on the Beat, a collection of even more kid-friendly versions of classic tunes by the Ramones performed by an all-star cast.
|3||–The Bucket Club||Beautiful But Empty|
|4||–Big Al's Coaster Club||Part Time Job|
|5||–The Distorted Penguins||Anarchy Waltz|
|6||–The Skatterbrains||She Gives Me The Fits|
|7||–Hi-Jinx||Long Walk On A Lovely Day|
|8||–Ate Crayons||Fake I.D|
|9||–The Van Ermans||Why Won't You Skank With Me|
|10||–West End Riot||Thought Control|
|13||–57 Defective||Only You|
|15||–Area 51-7||Buffy The Vampire Slayer|
|16||–Thanx But No Thanx||Just Another Song About Johnny|
|18||–Out Of Line||Growing Up Too Fast|
|20||–Stiff One Eye||Brown Hair Girl|
|21||–Whoopie Cushion||What You Wanted|
|22||–1 Second Chance||Let Them Play|
|23||–The Skels||I'll See You In Hell|
|25||–Nipon||Behind The Mask|
|26||–Contradict||Fighting Them Same Wars|