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    Holy crap, they're finally re-releasing Into the Unknown?

    EDIT: I was gonna say "If I had the money, I would so get this. Maybe after my birthday." Then for curiosity's sake I checked how much shipping to Europe would cost: $173.

    WHAT

    I sure hope the European Epitaph store gets some of this eventually.
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    the 200 or so it is for this is kinda not worth it..... id rather get that beatrles mono set.... but i doubt ill even be able to grab that....aw well. Even though the red vinyl would be badass.... and actually owning the thing would be awesome... but i'm poor as shit.
    fuck fuck shit fuck

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    i think it is worth it if your in the usa and shipping is not over $100 plus i only have two bad religion albums on vinyl now i will have their entire discography

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retard View Post
    the 200 or so it is for this is kinda not worth it..... id rather get that beatrles mono set.... but i doubt ill even be able to grab that....aw well. Even though the red vinyl would be badass.... and actually owning the thing would be awesome... but i'm poor as shit.
    Well, technically it's only what, about 12 dollars an LP? That's not that bad of a deal. I don't collect vinyl though, so i wouldn't be interested in this only for that reason.
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    I do and I don't. I think part of it for me though is my record player is a piece of shit and I gotta get speakers for my new one so I kinda get pissed off when i realize that i could listen to it on my record player but the sound sucks and i could be damaging the thing. So I don't that much.... i'd like to though. CD's are just too conveniant.

    I'd need to wait til christmas if I really wanted to.
    fuck fuck shit fuck

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    The European Epitaph webshop has 100 copies of it, but it's 250 euros. That's almost $350, holy shit.
    (On the other hand, free shipping, but still)

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    Hmm, not that bad, to be honest. I only heard "It's Only Over When..." and I was like wtf? I didn't bother listening to the rest of the album, and if I did at one date, I probably don't remember. Oh well.

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    Just got back from seeing BR again in Atlanta (and on Halloween, at that!). Great show, great setlist (of course). And nothing stupid happened in Atlanta!

    Well, our tire did blow out on the way out, but we got that sorted out in short order and got back on the road. Now I'm going to sleep as I've been up since 9:00 yesterday morning
    "I'm sorry
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    For all the places I never was
    For all the people I never stopped
    But there was nothing I could do...
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    I went to the 90s night of the three night stand at Irving Plaza. It was a lot of fun. But it also solidified my theory that old ppl singing about not letting people tell you what to do comes across as pretty sad and pathetic. Not saying that old punks in their mid to late 40s should start writing songs about their 401Ks and ish, but I feel like they've lost their way a bit. "Wrong Way Kids" was the only song from the new album they played that night (I think), and all I could think about the whole time was "Really, dude?" and "Why does he keep pronouncing it 'keeeeds'?" Like from South Park, when Cartman becomes a Latino schoolteacher. 'How do I reeeach theese keeeeds?' Anyway. I thought it was a great show, and they sounded great overall. But everyone is old. I was one of the youngest there. They were too old for a song like "A Walk" when they wrote it, let alone 15 years later.
    Wow...really? Wrong Way Kids was my favorite song off the new album. It has this kind of melancholy reflective feel to it, really nostalgic. I like that line where he says, "Kids today are gone away, petitioning the dust/With no one to look up to because they're looking up to us." It's like he's saying that, if our kids and this generation's youth are blowing us off, then it's our fault for not being relevant to them and trying to understand them. So I see that more as a song deliberately intended for older people, appealing to their memories of their youth as well, telling them to remember what it was like when they were kids ("Did you ever want to take bad advice? Did you ever want to go and take it twice?").

    On the one hand I kinda see what you're saying, but I don't really see them as "singing songs about not letting people tell you what to do." I mean, they DO do that, but to me there's slightly more than that; it's not *just* "rebelling against authority," it's finding something to believe in on your own, and not just settling for what someone else can find for you. I always felt like they were telling you to make your own life and not follow other people's lead (even their own, like in No Direction, which they played at the show I went to ). To me, that kind of message (while obvious to some who were lucky enough to find it in their earlier years) is appropriate for all ages.

    Also, my show was a Halloween show, so they were deliberately a lot more over the top (Greg Hetson was a woman, someone from MTV if the jokes made were to be believed; I dunno who Graffin was supposed to be, but he implied he was Jim Lindberg from Pennywise. I dunno if he was joking 'cause I don't know Pennywise, but he was speaking with a New Jersey accent in between songs, if that helps; Jay Bentley was a Werewolf, and as far as I could tell Brooks and Brian Baker weren't dressed up). So it had more of that "party vibe" and the focus was more on fun than on overly contemplating the lyrics or anything
    "I'm sorry
    For all the things that I never did
    For all the places I never was
    For all the people I never stopped
    But there was nothing I could do...
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