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  • Audio CD (October 4, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Plastic Head Distribution
  • ASIN: B003DW6C3G
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #701,311 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Feisty 2:10
2. Cigarettes 2:02
3. In The End We All Die Alone 4:20
4. Everyone Seems To Be Out To Get You 2:42
5. The Media Frenzy That Followed 3:48
6. I'm A Frozen Boy 4:22
7. Damp 0:58
8. Near The Casino 0:40
9. Farmer Wants A Root 0:47
10. Burn Everything 0:56
11. Keep Talking My Eyes Aren't Completely Glazed Over 0:59
12. Tie Ya Mother Down 0:51
13. Give Me Arse A Haircut 1:27
14. Atomic Handshake 1:20
15. 1st Element Is Sweat aka SG's At Dawn 4:43
16. Pretend It's Vanilla 2:49
17. The Socialists' Smoko 3:44
18. Hero To Hero 1:47
19. Aunty 2:51

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2010 album and first studio album in 3 years for the long standing Australian indie rock band. 19 tracks

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Timothy K. Schwader on January 2, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
For over 2 decades now, the mere thought of new music from Australia's Hard-Ons has been enough to take away the seemingly permanent frown upon my face--at least for awhile. We never know what we're going to get from this band, but we always know it's going to be better than 99% of the alternative options. Three years have passed since we got an album of all-new material from Hard-Ons, and what do we get? A bit of everything, it seems. And then some. `Feisty' starts the album off in classic Hard-Ons fashion, with glorious psychedelic power-pop ala The Early Hours. The next few songs make me think of the band's longtime partners in crime, the UK's brilliant punk anti-heroes The Stupids. Then things get weird. And awesome. And then more awesome. This album plays like a Relapse Records sampler, reborn as a summertime mixtape by Mike Patton. Classic Hard-Ons power-pop/pop-punk madness pops up every so often, but it's sandwiched in with frenetic grindcore workouts, Mastodon-style prog-metal epics, vomit-spewing death metal, a few tastes of old-school crossover thrash, and an overload of flat-out Patton-style weirdness. I have absolutely no idea what the band's intent is here, but I think they've figured out a way to save the world. If sheer brilliance is the standard, Hard-Ons have exceeded the standard ten times over and changed the game forever.
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