CD All Killer, No Filler [731458649922] (CD 988514),
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All Killer, No Filler [731458649922]


  • 1. Introduction to Destruction
    2. Nothing on My Back
    3. Never Wake Up
    4. Fat Lip
    5. Rhythms
    6. Motivation
    7. In Too Deep
    8. Summer
    9. Handle This
    10. Crazy Amanda Bunkface
    11. All She's Got
    12. Heart Attack
    13. Pain For Pleasure
    14. Makes No Difference
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5864992

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    This is an Enhanced audio CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
    Sum 41: Bizzy D, Brown Sound (vocals, guitar); Cone (bass); Stevo 32 (drums).
    Additional personnel: Greig "Capitol G" Nori (guitar, background vocals).
    Engineers include: Joel Kazmi, Joe McGrath, Alan Sanderson.
    Recorded at Metalworks, Toronto, Canada and Cello Studios, Los Angeles, California.
    U.K. edition contains the bonus cut "Makes No Difference," CD-Rom videos for "Fat Lip" and "Pain For Pleasure," a "Fat Lip" online boxing game, as well as alternate cover art.
    This young pop-punk quartet might seem to be following in the steps of such bands as Blink 182, but they bring something of their own to the table on ALL KILLER NO FILLER. Though much of this album is occupied by bratty, post-Green Day melodic punk with the occasional, reverential nod to old-school punk rock ("Nothing on My Back"), Sum 41 seems self-aware enough to effectively spoof itself. "Maiden and Priest were the gods that we praised," they proudly proclaim on the satirical "Fat Lip," which also finds them flirting with rap-metal. Meanwhile, the breathlessly catchy "Rhythms" has enough guitar hooks and melodic vocal harmonies to please any power-pop fan. While there's not enough of a sense of punk history displayed here to give you nostalgic memories of the Buzzcocks, Sum 41 does have enough going on upstairs to put them a step or two ahead of the rest of the pop-punk pack.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (7/5/01, p.136) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...They're new millenium punk - slick, self-aware master entertainers in baggy shorts. ALL KILLER lays a hearty ground cover of 'la-la-la' superpop underneath its metal-hip-hop-ska shrubs..."
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