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Editorial Reviews


1. Everything Sux
2. I'm The One
3. Coffee Mug
4. Rotting Out
5. Sick-O-Me
6. Caught
7. When I Get Old
8. Doghouse
9. She Loves Me
10. Hateful Notebook
11. We
12. Eunuch Boy
13. This Place
14. I Won't Let Me
15. Thank You

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 24, 1996)
  • Original Release Date: September 24, 1996
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B000001ISS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,595 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Every song is awesome.
The Ricker
The album puts you in a good mood, but it still packs attitude.
Paul H.
This is probably their best release.
Leo

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Angela M. Healey on February 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Descendents' previous album Milo Goes To College was great, and The Descendents' new album, Everything Sucks is even better! All of the songs are classic original punk rock songs, and they have shown there true colours and proved how good they actually are. The first song, Everything Sucks, Coffee Mug, and Sick-O-Me are great songs, along with all of the others on the album, but the best song, and the reason I bought the album is I'm The One, which is legendary and will go down as one of the best songs in the history of punk rock. I would seriously consider buying Everything Sucks, because once you put it in your CD Player, it will be hard to take out (because it is a good album, not because it will jam your CD Player).
- E d d y
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Leo on June 24, 2006
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Wow, The Descendents! What else is there to really say? This band is amazing, I love all their work. This is probably their best release. Every song on here is classic. I never find myself skipping on. Descendents are just one of those punk/pop-punk bands whos melodic fast paced songs just stick into your head. I love how they can play fast in your face punk rock, then transition into a more melodic pop-punk styling. Milo Aukerman is one of my favorite lyricists because he's simple, catchy, and gets his point accross. He's very good at catching my attention. Plus this guy is no dummy, he went to college and majored in biochemistry. wow, fantastic eh?. He really goes through things a lot of guys can relate to, like girls (haha), growing old, love for coffee, and that's just to name a few. Their guitarist Stephen Egerton has got this distinct sound, thats almost amazing, I dont know what it is, but i love his fast chord progressions, and his sound is just very unique in a way, its raw yet polished..??? i cant explain it. Sure he isnt a Clapton or Hendrix, but thats no reason to say I dont like him. Bill Stevenson is a solid drummer, dishing out great punk/pop-punk beats. Karl, their bassist always gets to me with his intro on "Caught". All four of these men are in their own bracket. I feel they are one of the best punk bands out there. Black and The Descendents are my favorite punk bands ever. This album shines. So pick it up, along with Milo Goes, Somery, and ALL, DESCENDENTS = GOODNESS. Highlights of this album are "We", Sick O Me, Caught, This Place, When I Get Old, Hateful Notebook, Coffee Mug, She Loves Me, and my favorite song Rotting Out, overall this album wont dissapoint anybody who is a fan of punk or pop-punk for that matter.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Dean on July 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The Descendents have remained a pop/punk band through the years, never giving up they're loud original sound. Being the inspiration to many bands (examples being: Blink 182, The Ataris) is what first attracted me to this great band, and then I found out that Milo Aukerman (Vocals) is a scientist. I was like "Whoa, how awesome is that?!" Standout tracks include "I'm the One", "When I get Old", and "Sick-O-Me". "She Loves me" is another song that appeals to me, not just for the outstanding instrumentals, but the lyrics are what first appealed to me. It shows both sides of love: the good kind and the bad. This CD shows off some of Milo's greatest lyrics to date. This CD deserves way more than 5 stars. Buy it!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "punkrocker03" on December 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
"One of my all-time favorite bands are back together and have a new album out...and it made me nervous. I was afraid that this "reunion album" wouldn't be up to par and might actually end up tarnishing the Descendents name. Well, I'm happy to report that Everything Sucks does not disappoint. Although it sounds like the current All lineup (Dave Navetta and Tony Lombardo lend a little hand, too) with Milo on vocals, it's pretty much Descendents like you remember: fast, energetic, and singing about girls and coffee. (Okay, so it's more than that...) The first five songs give you the impression that Everything Sucks is perfect, and even though it isn't (there are a couple sub-par songs, like "Doghouse"), it's pretty close: "I'm the One" and "Sick-O-Me" are future classics; "When I Get Old" is a slower song but still rocks; "Coffee Mug" is a spastic 30-second ode to caffeine in the same ballpark as "Kids"; and don't miss the "hidden" instrumental after the last track. I don't know if Bill, Stephen & Karl were saving material for this album or if working with Milo rejuvinated them, but this is their best stuff since Allroy's Revenge."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Fyffe on October 18, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is the best thing to come out by Descendents/All since Allroy Saves. This record returns to the harder edged sound that the band displayed as the Descendents without just rehashing their old material. Those who favored the Descendents' short silly songs like "I like Food," and "Van" will enjoy "Coffee Mug," and "Eunuch Boy." Most of the rest of the record resembles tunes like "Jean is Dead," and "Coolidge."
Those who accuse the Descendents of sounding the "power pop" bands of today should bear in mind that the newer bands copied the Descendents' sound, not vice-versa. If you liked the Descendents for songs by teenagers for teenagers about farts, parents, and high school, then don't buy this. If you liked the hard, fast Descendents sound, but like All for the way their lyrics relate to real adult life and relationships, then this album will give you the best of both worlds.
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