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The Quickening
The Vandals
The Quickening
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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This is The Vandals second album with Nitro Records. The gods of humor-core are back this time with predictions of the end of the world. The Quickening delivers the freak humor that Vandals fans have come to know and love.

      
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All Artists: The Vandals
Title: The Quickening
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Nitro Records
Release Date: 7/9/1996
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 794171580620

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This is The Vandals second album with Nitro Records. The gods of humor-core are back this time with predictions of the end of the world. The Quickening delivers the freak humor that Vandals fans have come to know and love.

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One of the best cds in the world
Freesefan | Augusta, GA | 03/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this cd is the outcome of putting a really good guitarist, bassist, vocalist, and one of the best drummers on the face of the earth and a couple of hillarious lyrics in a band together.

Stop smiling 9/10 great opener, the drums are awesome at the beginning.

Its a fact- 9/10 fun song, but not as good as it gets

Marry me- 9/10 awesome song with the guitar solo the drumming the vocals, everything

allah- 9/10 really good drumming in this song, just really really good.

Tastes like chicken- 9.5/10 funny and catchy, sounds like an outrage against chickfilae or somethin...

But then she spoke- 10/10 one of the most catchy choruses in the world, and the lyrics r funny, but they can also be taken seriously.

How (did this loser get this job?)- 9/10 or at least 9/10 for the song because the song itself isnt that good but the drumming on here deserves a 100/10. its fast as heck and josh freese doesnt stop!

Hungry for you- 7/10 wow, a song with a rating lower than an 8. anyways, its the worst song on the album, not saying its really bad or anything, but its really overshadowed by the other songs.

Faliure is the best revenge- 10/10 hillarious song with awesome drumming. and guitar. do i need to say this for every song? cause josh freese just beats the heck out of the drum set on every song and does it better than any other punk drummer.

Aging Orange- 11/10 I absolutly love this song, i used to listen to it daily, at least. and its really funny.

Canine Euthenasia- 8/10 wow its a song that actually has serious lyrics. its good, but its not very "vanal's like"

Moving up- 10/10 hillarious, awesome song with great drumming, etc.

(I'll make you) Love me- 11/10 my other favorite song off the album, it has a great guitar bridge, hillarious lyrics, and crazy drumming in the choruses.

Choosing your masters- 9/10 pretty good song, takes it down a notch from what has been going on in the album. i think this song would go well on the vandal's album hollywood potatoe chip, but thats just my opinion.

I believe- 10.5/10 awesome guitar bass vocals drumming lyrics and any other aspect of a song you can think of. and it ends off the album, so thats awesome. at the end of this song, they actually slow down for 20 seconds, so thats a good way to lead you out of the album.

so, basically, this is a great album musically and lyrically, and really funny. and i would just like to state that josh freese is the guy who makes this whole album come together, cause without his awesome drumming, the vandals would be another so-so punk band (even though warren fitzgerald's guitar is awesome too, and dave's vocals are great)"
What Great Lyrics!
blind joe death | planetary surface | 11/13/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I haven't seen lyrics like these since Gilbert & Sullivan. They're funny, but not shock value funny; they're witty funny. The humor isn't forced like in other bands; here it's so natural. And they're not on the usual topics of modern music; rather, these guys write about social institutions, human nature, religion, and more."