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Generations: Punk Look at Human Rights
Various Artists
Generations: Punk Look at Human Rights
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Generations: Punk Look at Human Rights
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ark 21
Original Release Date: 2/11/1997
Re-Release Date: 3/21/2000
Album Type: Original recording reissued
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
Styles: Americana, Hardcore & Punk, Indie & Lo-Fi, By Decade, 1990s, Roots Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 618681000020

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06/07/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)

"this cd is all very bad. i bought it at record town and i just hate it to death. this punk is the worst punk of all time. i strongly recommand you that you stay away from this cd because it is that bad."
Some really great punk along with some really sucky stuff
08/08/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I decided to rate each song on a scale of 1-5 (5 being best/ 1 being worst). (1) Legend of Pat Brown: Assorted Jelly Beans ***3: I thought this was a pretty cool song along with a pretty cool group name (2) Don't Bother Me: Bad Brains **2: I don't think I'll listen to this song again if I can help it (3) Bugs: B.U.G.S. **2: Another forgettable song (4) Health Care For All Americans: DFL *1: This song sucked from the beginning to the end (5) Generations: Electric Dog House *****5: This is a really great song and I love listening to it (6) That Last: Fetish **2: It sucks (7) 21 Guns: Good Riddance *1: The best part was the guns going off at the beginning (8) Do, Da, Da: Green Day *****5: Hey, anything Green Day does is great and even though this isn't their best, it's still the best on this CD (9) 27: Lagwagon *****5: This song really grows on you (10) Coming to America: Me First & The Gimme-Gimmes *****5: This is a really cool song and it has Billie Joe from Green Day playing guitar (11) Ya, Ya, Ya, Ya: Mr. T Experience *****5: This song is the best song I've heard without actual words for lyrics (12) Can't Make Love: Pansy Division ****4: Good song with Tre Cool from Green Day playing drums (13) Nervous Breakdown: Pennywise ****4: Fast but good (14) The Alien Song: Red Aunts with Exene Cervernkova *1: Possibly the worst song I've heard in my life (15) Synthetic World: Swamp Dogg Does Moon Dogg **2: Okay but nothing special (16) Criminal: The John Doe Thing ****4: Great the first time, but can get boring after a while (17) Jilted John: The Vandals *1: The highlight of this song is the "Here we go 2, 3, 4/ The accents and high pitched voices get really annoying after a while (18) Push Shove: X- Members *1: BAD SONG!!! Overall; the average is 2.94 so I gave it three stars. Obviously Green Day is my favorite group, and they're worth it but be warned: some of these songs really suck."
An odd assortment of good and bad songs.
02/04/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Some of the music here is great, some is mediocre, and some is unbearable. The song by Electric Dog House (featuring members of the Clash and the Chemical Brothers, among others), is predictably... interesting, but good too. Unfortunately it is followed by a horrible song by Red Aunts, possibly one of the worst punk bands of all time. Then comes "Legend of Pat Brown", AJB's amazing cover of the vandals classic. Its this kind of ill-placement that makes this cd hard to listen to. It has its fair share of great songs (21 guns by good riddance, can't make love by pansy division). but it also has enough bad songs that it really doesn't flow. Plus, there isn't much on human rights here. Very few of the songs actually have something to say, and the liner notes are poorly written and un-inspiring. If you like Assorted Jellybeans or Good Riddance, the songs on here are great. But I would reccomend finding them elsewhere (the GR one is on a split 7" on revelation, and i'm pretty sure the AJB is on a 7" as well.) Overall, this cd isn't a wise investment."