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Let's Talk About Leftovers

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Lagwagon ~ Let's Talk About Leftovers


1. A Feedbay of Truckstop Poetry
2. Narrow Straits
3. Burn That Bridge When We Get to It
4. Losing Everyone
5. Jimmy Johnson
6. Eat Your Words
7. Want
8. Bringing on the Dancing Horses
9. Raise a Family
10. Restrain
11. No One Like You
12. Freedom of Choice
13. Brodeo
14. Drive By
15. Wind in Your Sail
16. Over the Hill
17. Defeat You
18. Laymens Terms
19. Jazzy Jeff
20. The Champ
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 27, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fat Wreck Chords
  • ASIN: B00006HMA2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330,306 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Chris Pollard on March 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Let's Talk About Leftovers is the sixth album released by Lagwagon and is released through the lead singers (Joey Cape) record company My Records. All of the other releases have been released through the Fat Wreck Chords label. This record contains new stuff, out takes, rare comps and early demos as the blurbs shouts out to you on the back. Lagwagon started off as just another punk band that sounded just like NOFX, but over the years they have created their own sound and have become fairly successful.
** A Brief History **
Before I start to review the CD I will first talk a little bit about Lagwagon and how they got to this record (well kind of any way!). The earliest recordings of Lagwagon are way back in 1990 so I can only assume that they formed some time before that in the late eighties. Sinse then they have released 5 albums (not including this), which are (in date order) Duh, Trashed, Hoss, Double Pladinum and Let's Talk About Feelings. The best albums in my view are Trashed and Let's Talk About Feelings, however they are all excellent CDs. Lagwagon, since releasing their first album have grown to become one of the most popular bands on the Fat Wreck Chords label and regularly feature in their sampler record series, Fat Music.
** Lets Talk About Leftovers **
1. A Feedbag of Truckstop Poetry
2. Narrow Straights
3. Burn that Bridge When We Get to It
4. Losing Everyone
5. Jimmy Johnson
6. Eat Your Words
7. Want
These first seven songs are new, well mostly songs 1, 6 and 7 can be found on the 7' A Feedbag of Truckstop Poetry. Number 7 'Want' is a song by Jawbreaker, one of Lagwagon's favourite bands.
8. Bring on the Dancing Horses
9.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shay MacDonald on March 27, 2000
From present to the past, in that order. The way lagwagon moves music is almost uncomparible to me, it's hard to think of any band that pays so much attention to how a song moves and grows. From the first chord to the last cymbol tatter, every song provides a cinematic point of view that can be realated to. And these are songs that didn't make it to the actual release CDs. The world is starved of good music, as far as I'm concerned, the term "alternative" is of no use anymore. The only real alternative music is the music that you haven't heard. This is it. Turn off the radio and find the bands that are interested in more then making videos and selling alot of singles and find the bands that are into making powerful music with great lyrics and incredible music abilities. Sure some of the songs on this CD may sound a little metal (ok very metal) but these aren't typical long hairs singing about shouting at the devil. These are conscious musicians that actually have talent that don't need to be nurtured with positive write-ups in music mags. There's a reason they've been around for ten years, it's ability and pride.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I heard lagwagon for the first time, I was surprised of it's fine guitarwork. In fact, I had never heard of a punkband as good as this one. It changed my view on the punkscene today completely. Never knew punk could be so good. Ever scince I've known this band I only listen to punk. On the album is lagwagon excusing theirselves for the bad recordings... Strange, I don't think there are any bad recordings at all on this album. Lagwagon is a punkband I recommend to all those that are even just a tiny little bit into punk. BUY IT and you will never regret it!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Knackwurst on October 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
What a great career restrospective...oh wait, it's all b-sides, rarities and compilation tracks! Folks, that's how good our boys in Lagwagon really are. This album spans Lagwagon's career without any album tracks, truly re-mining many of their gems from over the years into a neat little package. A must for any Lagwagon fan, that's for sure. This album gets 4 stars for its brilliance, but of course there are the obligitory early early early Lagwagon tracks, which come nowhere near thier music of today. Even with a few lousy tries at a more metal/punk style, this dish offers up plenty of treats for the fan of real GOOD, well written punk rock.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "millenwagon" on March 13, 2000
Maybe my expectations were too big, but CD was a little disappointing. Like the name says, a bunch of leftovers. Still if you like Lagwagon I would buy this CD, but if you don't know Lagwagon or at least don't have their CD's yet I would rather buy Hoss, or DP.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Taylor on June 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you are new to Lagwagon then this is a great cd as it covers how there style has changed throughout the years, personally i think this is a great collection of Lagwagon material and with alot of these been B-sides you know that the bands other material has got to be good. The only thing that lets this disc down are the outakes and comp material from Hoss it sounds as though the tracks where rushed and are a little drab (apart from wind in your sail) other than that the cd is 70 odd minutes long and runs through smoothley. I would recommend duh, feelings and blaze before this but buy this cd if you want to get all the Lagwagon discography. And as far as this cd been bubblegum music well you need an inquiring mind to see how stupid that comment was.
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