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1. Handbook for the Recently Deceased
2. Bad Blood
3. Friday Night (Going Down in Flames)
4. We've Got a Situation Here
5. Black Heart
6. A Great Reckoning
7. Little Darling
8. Ironiclast
9. Graverobber
10. The Blues Havin' Blues

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 14, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B004BTS846
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,371,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After celebrating their debut performance at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn this summer, The Damned Things are setting their sights on the December 14th release of IRONICLAST, their eagerly anticipated debut album on Island Records. The album’s first single pick, “We’ve Got A Situation Here,” is set to impact at Metal radio and web formats on October 26th, and at ... Read more in Amazon's The Damned Things Store

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I highly recommend this album to anyone who loves music.
Corine Gleason
This album is something else! "We've Got a Situation Here" is one song I really like off this album.
Todd L
I found myself liking it more every time i listened to it.
mike mitchell

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A. Burroughs on December 15, 2010
Format: Audio CD
The Damned Things are a super group consisting of singer Keith Buckley and Josh Newton from Every Time I Die, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley from Fall Out Boy, and Scott Ian and Rob Caggiano from Anthrax. A first word of caution: those expecting the melodic hardcore of Every Time I Die, Trash Metal from Anthrax, or pop-punk from Fall Out Boy will be disappointed. In order to enjoy this album, you have to go in without preconceptions of these bands, which can often be challenging. What you do get, however, is an nice combination of all three bands blended into an excellent rock album.

This album is simply catchy, straight-up rock music with some clever lyrical wordplay us Keith Buckley fans enjoy. The vocals are very much Keith Buckley, but it's predominantly clean, slightly restrained singing, mostly without the signature screams you'd be accustomed to as an Every Time I Die fan. The guitar riffs are more memorable than most pop-based rock bands, also heavier in some parts, and the rhythm section matches up nicely. The album doesn't dive into the seemingly mandatory ballad at any point, so it maintains a consistent, up-beat tempo.

Anyone into addictive rock music listens from front to back should add this album to their collection. It's one of my favorite 2010 releases, and I was honestly surprised at how much I enjoyed it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bdinicola on June 9, 2011
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Being a huge fan of Every Time I Die, I had to check this out. Keith Buckley and Josh Newton working on a sideproject? Oh Yes! However, I was given a quite different result. Me thinking, "ok, just more ETID." But to no surprise, members of Fall Out Boy and the iconic Anthrax were also involved. With so many kinds of influences i was nervous to think about what kind of outcome The Damned Things would be. But to my liking, the result was nothing short of "energetic."

I am pleased that Keith takes a different approach to TDT with his vocals. He fluctuates his range on certian times for emphasis, the rest is quite strong. To the fans of Every Time I Die, when Keith reverts back to his "strengths" man does it shine. The ending of "graverobber" is a primary example of his forte, and it certainly feels welcome. Now, the instrumentals are a definetaly a treat. The overall sound of the album is energetic and very "rock oriented." I actually grew to like this division. The drums (andy hurley) are some of the most diverse material on the album. Scott and Rob of Anthrax do their part on cranking the speed and adrenaline of the tracks. All together, the overall sound and perscussion of Ironiclast is something everyone can enjoy. Some songs surely play off their strengths and are sure examples of "experimental."

The Damned Things Ironiclast boasts ten songs of speed, rhythm and natural song-writing. I extremely appreciate their effort on bridging a gap between the atmospheres of blues, hard rock, and groove. It is a fun album to listen to with its blissful transitions between tracks. Keith's more prominent clean vocals are surely one of the elements i did not see coming, but now, feel natural to me.

STAND OUT TRACKS
*BAD BLOOD
*FRIDAY NIGHT
*LITTLE DARLING
*IRONICLAST
*BLUES HAVIN' BLUES
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dons Word on January 2, 2011
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I dont know, but to my ears this is a very 'by the numbers' disc, and while fun, barely anything distinguishable. Very surprised by the strong response for the limited number of reviews for this.

The tracks are driving, riff driven,with some good rocking moments. That wraps up 90% of them. The attempts at catchy choruses takes away from a track or two and the rather basic style of the whole thing leaves something to be desired. Its a safe rock and roll record that's fun but unmemorable for the most part. I do like the sound but there are no real stand out numbers.

I have listened at least twice and my feet tap a few times but then, I don't remember most of it. I wanted to like it, as I am a seasoned metal head in the 40 something range and like some of the bands the members come from (Anthrax, Every time..). Maybe they just wanted something to tour with in between main projects and if that's the real intent, then it serves its purpose. It will sound great loud in a club. As I said, It does have its moments. I wont toss it away or anything and will listen to some tracks repeatedly i'm sure.

I would say its in the same vein as Hell Yeah. Not in sound so much as intent. Not terrible, not great, just there. Semi super group wanting to tour and have a part time gig. Playing at a club near you, I am sure its good for a night of drinks, but hardly something that will stand the true test.... Time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fly Guy on December 17, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Take it for what it's worth. It's a bunch of guys from other bands (vastly different bands, in my opinion) who got together to jam and make some club rock and roll. It's on my regular MP3 gym rotation. Rob Caggiano (sp?) lays down some pretty cool solos especially in "Friday Night". These guys would be fun to see at a club with a few hundred people. Watching the videos online of their live stuff, they look like they're not taking themselves too seriously and are just having fun with it. It's not Led Zeppelin 4 or Dark Side of the Moon in terms of grandiosity and importance to rock and roll, but so what?
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