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Modern Artillery
Living End
Modern Artillery
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Melding the political punch of The Clash with classic Aussie know how and a whole lotta melody. Produced by Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Knapsack).


CD Details

All Artists: Living End
Title: Modern Artillery
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 12/2/2003
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766483314347


Album Description
Melding the political punch of The Clash with classic Aussie know how and a whole lotta melody. Produced by Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Knapsack).

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Not their best.
Fredrick J. Willis | Carbondale,IL | 10/19/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I've had this cd for a bit now and thought I should share my thoughts about it. I first saw this band open for Green Day at a theatre in Chicago. From then on I was hooked. Roll On is still one of my favorite cds I own. I was very excited when I got this cd, anticipating what catchy new songs would be on it. It was really a let down for me. There seemed something different about it to me. One of the main reasons I liked the first roll on so much was the vocals were so different of what we normally hear on the radio. The accents make the music sound I don't know, better. This cd was such a let down because the vocals sound more American. This cd sounds like it was made by another garage band from California. Don't get me wrong, it's still a decent cd, but it sounds just like every other new punk music you hear."
A huge disappointment
PuNK RoPKiNS | America | 01/11/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I am a huge fan of The Living End ever since I read about them in "Car Kulture Deluxe Magazine." So, it was no shock that, when I saw this album in the music store I bought it right away. But, when I actually listened to it I was disappointed. All but two or three of the songs even sound like the Living End that we are all accustomed to, a band that fuses punk, rockabilly, and jazz. This album is like listening to some warmed over 80's new wave. That's not the band that I love. I would recommend that if you like this group's previous albums at all stay away from this one all together"
Diehards dont seem to be impressed, But initiates will see t
Drugs can harm you unborn baby | Under your bed | 01/10/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have seen the Living end Three times live and i have heard all their albums including the Hellbound EP. And this is definately their best, especially the fantastic "Who's gonna save us?" although it is a big overplayed hit, and fans seem to despise it, it's simply one of the greatest songs of all time, there is NOTHING like being in the mosh pit singing along to that song. "Hold Up" is a fantastic little story about robbing a bank and makes excellent use of multiple guitars and the classic living end galloping double bass. This is an excellent album for initiates, then again there are plenty of likeable hits on all their albums. Its great to see they dont sway too far from their rockabillyish Gretsch sound."