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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 8, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Drive-Thru
  • ASIN: B00006L3KE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,278 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Scratch
2. Radio Player
3. Flypaper
4. Overrated
5. Better Than Forever
6. The One That Got Away
7. Racecars
8. Matchsticks
9. Camouflage
10. Don't Think Twice
11. Somewhere On Fullerton
12. Westbound
13. Know It All
14. Stuck
15. Waiting For You
16. None Of My Friends Are Punks

Editorial Reviews

1. Scratch 2. Radio Player 3. Flypaper 4. Overrated 5. Better Than Forever 6. The One That Got Away 7. Racecars 8. Matchsticks 9. Camouflage 10. Don't Think Twice 11. Somewhere On Fullerton 12. Westbound 13. Know It All 14. Stuck 15. Waiting For You 16. None Of My Friends Are Punks

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All the songs are great on the CD.
Amber
With this album, Allister has proven they deserve the same reverance as fellow Drive-Thru Records heavyweights like NFG, Finch and Starting Line.
Terrence C. Tyrka
I recommend you buy this cd and every other thing that has to do with Allister because if you don't you will miss out!
Allister Freak

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Allister is such a great band! I heard "Somwhere on Fullerton" in the summer, but i thought they were just an average band. Boy was I WRONG! Each song has its own unique sound, Tim and John exchange vocals in songs, so u dont get so tired of one voice. Each song awesome and full of energy!
1. Scartch-This song is the best song on the cd! I love this song and the chorus is awesome! 11/10
2. Radio Player-I liked this song when i first got the cd but now im kinda tired of it. I love how Tim overlaps his voice after the chorus 8.5/10
3. Flypaper-Again chorus is great, and so is the rest of the song; catchy 9.5/10
4. Overrated-"ok" song, not my fav tho; gets "old" very easy 8.5/10
5. Better Late Than Forever-I dont really remember this song, but I remember that it was good 9/10
6. The One That Got Away- Fast, catchy, and full of energy! But it just isnt very solid 8/10
7. Racecars-Great Song! Very Catchy! my fav part is the beginning 9.5/10
8. Matchsticks-Good lyrics and fast paced 8.5/10
9. Camouflage-I LOVE THIS SONG! its so cool the chorus is so cool cuz Tim and John both exchange lines (kinda like Stockholm Syndrome by Blink-182)I love the guitar riff that sounds like a keyboard after the first chrous-10/10
10. Don't Think Twice-the beginning is good, but kind of resembles "I Won't Spend Another Night Alone" by the ataris-9/10
11. Somewhere on Fullerton-AWESOME SONG! I love it! first single off the record! this song never gets old! 10.5/10
12. Westbound-great lyrics! great tune! great vocals! 10/10
13. Know It All-kinda good; i dont care for this song too much 8.5/10
14. Stuck-I love the verses and the chorus! the whole song itself is very solid! 10/10
15. Waiting For You-I love the "woah"'s in the chorus.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "jsid182" on September 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This cd is unbelieveable i am a pop punk fan and if you like any band like Millencolin, Blink, Autopilot Off, New Found Glory, Sum 41, Not By Choice, Off Bye One, The Starting Line, Good Charlotte (young and hopeless cd hated the first one) etc you will love this cd. I swear there is not one bad song on this cd. Songs such as westbound, somewhere on fullerton, racecars, overrated, flypaper, radio player are all awesome and would match any of Blink's best songs. I absolutely love this cd and i'm pretty sure you would 2. Anyhow we have to give bands like Allister support and buy their cd's so they continue to produce wicked cd's like this ripper! Any Aussies out there like me make sure ya get the cd, don't matter if ya have to import it
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timothy G. Schaper on November 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
In what way have these young musicians improved over the past few years? Vastly. Everything is more mature, vocals, songwriting (somewhat), musicianship, and attitude. Both singers sound much different in comparision to their previous full length. Anyway, if you want some fun, fast paced, upbeat punk with a sarcastic attitude, go get this CD. Just pop it in and let it spin. The songs have good variety and catchy chorus', if you are into having a good time that is. If you have gone through the trouble to look these guys up on Amazon, you will probably like this album alot.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Clark on January 9, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This band is a pop-punk band. They are simply that, and don't pretend to be otherwise. Good. now that thats established we can move on without people accusing me of liking crap music. Pop punk is interesting because it is scorned by so many, but when it is listened to for simply what it is and not held up to the standards of being a TRUE punk record, it can be enjoyed quite a lot.

I was thoroughly obsessed with this album for a while. Every song is a little adrenaline rush. It doesn't have any songs that are particularly stand out songs for the genre, but while this sounds bad, it also lends an automatic familiar feel that will bring a smile to your face. That being said, I do have a few favorites. The first track, Scratch, is an endearing poppy song, that definitely sets the tone for the album. I am always happy to hear the beginning of this song. Overrated is a fun song about being sick of being pushed around. The One That Got Away is an intensely short song, but it is quick and to the point, and is actually one of the sweeter songs I have ever heard. "There are more fish in the sea. But I keep hoping that you'll swim back home to me." Nothing brilliant, but very much aesthetically pleasing. Matchsticks is my favorite song by Allister. It is so catchy that people are generally singing along to it halfway through the song. So good! Somewhere Down on Fullerton is the last truly remarkable song on the album, and it is their "hit." I use that term loosely. If you know an Allister song, you definitely know that one, but it doesn't exactly get much radio play.

All in all, if you are looking for a simple pop punk album, this one is definitely worth it. It is highly addicting, and highly enjoyable. One of the better albums in the genre
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Incoming on July 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well, this is one of the very first pop-punk cd's I ever owned. (Yeah I didn't start listening to music for a long time) This entire album is extremely catchy, though one of the vocalist's gets really annoying. I don't think Allister is trying to be punk at all, cause this is exactly the opposite of punk. The only song that is close (note the word close) to being punk is Know It All.

Scratch - One of my favorite songs - 5/5

Radio Player - 4/5

Flypaper - The vocals in this song get really annoying - 3.5/5

Overrated - 5/5

Better Late Than Forever - 5/5

The One That Got Away - Vocals in this song get annoying too - 2/5

Racecars - 4.5/5

Matchsticks - 2nd favorite song - 5/5

Camouflage - Verse is annoying - 4/5

Don't Think Twice - 5/5

Somewhere on Fullerton - First song I heard. Sounds like a summer song or something - 5/5

Westbound - iff - 3/5

Know It All - Fav song - 5/5

Stuck - 5/5

None of my Friends are Punks - No point to this song - 3/5

It's a fun and catchy cd. Good for pop-punk.
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