CD Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10 [PA] (CD 351842),
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Punk-O-Rama, Vol. 10 [PA]

  • 1. When You're Around - Motion City Soundtrack
    2. Lovers & Liars - Matchbook Romance
    3. Shoot Me in the Smile - The Matches (previously unreleased)
    4. Failure by Designer Jeans - From First to Last
    5. Sun vs. Moon - Sage Francis
    6. News From the Front - Bad Religion (previously unreleased)
    7. Mixin' up Adjectives - This Is Me Smiling (previously unreleased)
    8. Shadowland - Youth Group
    9. From the Tops of Trees - Scatter the Ashes (previously unreleased)
    10. I Need Drugs - Some Girls
    11. Mince Meat - Danger Doom (previously unreleased)
    12. Mission From God - The Offspring (previously unreleased)
    13. Black Cloud - Converge
    14. Last Goodbyes - Hot Water Music (previously unreleased)
    15. Anchors Aweigh - The Bouncing Souls (previously unreleased, live, live)
    16. Farewell My Hell - Millencolin
    17. Warriors Code, The - Dropkick Murphys
    18. Dead Weight Falls - The Unseen
    19. White Knuckle Ride - Rancid
    20. Falling Down - Pennywise
    21. No Fun in Fundamentalism - NOFX
    22. Bloodstain - Pulley
    23. Not the Way - Special Goodness (previously unreleased)
    24. Ghostfire - Tiger Army
    25. Riot, Riot, Riot - Roger Miret & the Disasters
    26. Laugh, Love - The Coup (previously unreleased)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 86755

  • Credits

    Coinciding with the 2005 edition of the Vans Warped Tour is PUNK-O-RAMA 10, part of the compilation series that has not only become an Epitaph Records standard, but offers a diverse mix of the label's far-flung roster for a pittance. The usual old-school punk suspects can be found here, from both the West Coast (Bad Religion, the Offspring), and the East (Dropkick Murphys, Bouncing Souls).
    Alongside the profane and political NOFX rant "No Fun in Fundamentalism" and the Rancid moshpit anthem "White Knuckle Ride," hip-hop gains a higher profile than on prior compilations.
    Renegade rap producer Danger Mouse joins forces with underground MC MF Doom as Dangerdoom for the Far East-flavored "Mince Meat" and emo-hip-hop MC Sage Francis represents Rhode Island with the stripped-down "Sun Vs. Moon." Rounded out by the hiccuping psychobilly of Tiger Army's "Ghostfire" and hellacious hardcore of Some Girls' "I Need Drugs," this is an aural snapshot of Epitaph in the year 2005. Complementing the CD is a DVD featuring videos by artists not on the audio portion, including deconstructionist blues-rockers the Black Keys and Minneapolis rappers Atmosphere.

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