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Punk Rock Extravaganza Afi Are Back With Another Album Of Hardcore Punk Hitters, Including 2 Bonus Tracks

1. Two Of A Kind
2. Half-Empty Bottle
3. Yurf Rendenmein
4. I Wanna Get A Mohawk (But Mom Won't Let Me Get One)
5. Brownie Bottom Sundae
6. The Checkered Demon
7. Cereal Wars
8. The Mother In Me
9. Rizzo In The Box
10. Kung-Fu Devil
11. Your Name Here
12. Ny-Quil
13. Don't Make Me Ill
14. Open Your Eyes
15. High School Football Hero

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 22, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nitro Records
  • ASIN: B000003J21
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,791 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By B. Miller on October 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I miss this AFI. I miss songs about jocks & mohawks. I miss them sampling 'Reservoir Dogs'. I miss the rebelliousness and the overall "F*** you!" attitude. I miss the days when it was hard to understand the lyrics. If you enjoy punk, and I mean REAL punk (not Good Charlotte), then you should buy this album. It's just awesome overall. Fast, crazy, chaotic. What punk should be.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Annie on February 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
American Punk, the most antisocial style of music known to man yet very good when done properly. This album does just that. Powerful chords and raw aggression give this album a wonderful feel. Unlike much punk, A.F.I actually have skill as shown in the sudden changes of rhythm of Rizzo In The Box and the bass intros of Brownie Bottom Sundae and Cereal Wars. I have always hated music which goes on too long and there is no fear of that with this album. With most songs clocking in at around 1 and 1/2 minutes you don't get bored with the same song going on for ever and ever (Guns "n" Roses I'm looking at you). Everything about this album works when put together and I thoroughly reccomend it to be the sort of music to set on a loop and annoy the neighbours with.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on July 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The afi featured in this album is actually pretty much a diffrent band than we see in later albums. afi stood for anthems for insubordinates while it later stands for a fire inside. there are two diffrent band members than later on. two diffrent members makes a big diffrence. for anyone who knows anything about punk, the only diffrence between operation ivy and rancid is two members, but they are very diffrent bands. so now that ive established this cd as a "diffrent band" ill say that this is a great album. truly fantastic. it is youth energy and teen angst in music form. it basically defines every teenage loser. haha its true though, and thats what makes it fun. yes this is a FUN album. thats the best way to describe it. davey sings about cereal, and wanting a mohawk, and not wanting to get up in the morning and stupid jocks, its very immature, but that immaturity is refreshing. when compared to black sails in the sunset, or the art of drowning, this album seems meak and irrelevent. afi later would go on to make creative music that would blow my mind, but this album is always something ill come back to, because its fun. theres nothing else to it. its fun fast and punk. so when you feel overwhelemed by afis later, more intense albums just pop this in, its simply a fun album to listen to.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Springfield VA is boring on April 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Wow, Davey really grows on you. When I first listened to this, it sounded like alvin and the Chipmunks go hardcore, but I've gotten used to it. This disc is also easily the peak of bassit Geoff's songwriting career, which couple perfectly with Davey's insightful lyrics. For Tarintino fans, the cover is a take-off of the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack album cover, and most of the music could have fit seamlessly into the movie. A perfect buy for those who are first-time AFI listeners.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Me on April 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
AFI's debut album is a great deal different from their last few CDs. There is no traces of Goth or pop punk here, just straight up old school punk with some truly hilarious lyrics. The problem with this album is it's all the same, there's almost no variation, so it's good when you listen to just a few tracks (all of which are good) but put back to back it's impossible to get through the entire CD without a headache. The two standout tracks for me are "High School Football Hero" and the Classic "I Want a Mohawk but My Mom Won't Let Me Get One".

The music reminds me alot of MxPx's debut CD "Pokinatcha", but the lyrics are alot more similar to the Offspring. Definitely a good CD if you wanna see where the band started and you're already a fan, but if you're new to AFI and want to backtrack from Sing the Sorrow or Decemberunderground I recomend either Black Sails in the Sunset or the All Hallows EP instead.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Henry on August 13, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This was my first AFI album, and overall I think it's great. Personally I liked Art of Drowning a bit better *ducks bricks from oldschool AFI fans*, and All Hallow's EP is godly, but this definitely isn't bad at all--hence my four stars. It is different from other AFI music I've heard since, in that some of the songs have humorous themes (like I Wanna Mohawk and Highschool Football Hero), but it's all fast, hard punk rock. Davey's high-pitched voice is here as always, giving them a totally unique sound.
AFI is a great band; I don't think I can honestly say this is their best album, not the "If you only buy one AFI album, make it this", but if you like the band, it's good stuff!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sue on December 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I am 13. I dont listen to the utter crap that is good charlotte and that other poser bull. But this how ever... My cousin got me to listen to afi and i sampled a few songs from a few albums, how ever it wasnt until i got to this album that i got into them. For those of you who think STS is whiney and emo think again. i suggest you look up the meaning of the album then re-listen to it. ATaSF has a few highlights in my opinion that are better than some others. Cereal wars is one of them. Posibly the most sarcastic song on the cd, its a must hear for anyone into punk. I wanna mohawk is the most whiney, yet posibly the funniest song on the album. My Second favorite song on this album is High School Footbal hero. Definitly the catchiest beat, and the easiest to listen to repeatedly its one of the best songs by the band not just on this album. Lastly, is the vinyl only song self pity. By Far my Favorite. Funny message, serious sounding, catchy beat, and easy to listen to over and over. I'm not sure if its availible on this cd version, but its worth it to look for else where as an mp3 if its not. This is a tie for my favorite afi album (tied with very proud of ya) and i would recomend it for any punk fan. i would listen to this before sts so as not to be dissapointed at first like i was. STS will grow on you after learning its message and i would recomend all of the afi cds mentioned. the others are good too but in my mind these are the essentials. 5 of 5 easily
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