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Reason to Believe Import

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1. As Long as We Can (Intro)
2. One Reason
3. Faith and Hope
4. Something to Live For
5. All We Need
6. The Western World
7. We'll Never Know
8. Confusion
9. Nothing to Lose
10. It's Not Enough to Believe
11. You Get the Life You Choose
12. Affliction
13. Brag, Exaggerate & Lie
14. Die for You

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 8, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B0014BO7AI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #358,852 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sean Cunningham on May 10, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I rarely review albums, but I really feel I must on this one. I have been a Pennywise fan for years, and think Unknown Road and Straight Ahead are two of the most fundamental punk albums of all time. Like some other fans, I have been underwhelmed by PWs more recent album. But this one is different. Yes, it is a little more like Bad Religion, with deeper bass and more heavy drums. But it is also just plain different -- darker, harder, more hardcore, and just plain great. Just listen to "One Reason" twice, and you will see what I mean. This is not just Pennywise, it is Pennywise with a serious attitude. I'm not sure what happened, but I like it a lot. If you were not happy with "The Fuse," buy this quickly. You will not be disappointed.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Matthews on March 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
More than 2 ½ years and countless breakup rumors have come and gone since `The Fuse' hit stores and Pennywise is finally back at it with `Reason To Believe', rewarding the patience of its fans with an album that proves there's no ceiling to the potential of these California punkers. Despite many raving reviews of their previous two albums, publicity outside their home state has eluded these legends of punk since the powerful `F*** Authority' demanded the attention of rock enthusiasts on `Land of the Free?' However, people that aren't familiar with these boys should really take a chokehold on the music, because I guarantee you it'll be next to impossible finding a band that's been more consistent over nine albums and nearly two decades.
This all goes without mentioning that this band and album is the first ever on a semi-major record label (Epitaph, myspace Records) to be given away for free. It'll be available to download by following directions posted on Pennywise's myspace page (you have to add Textango as a myspace friend).

The one thing that really jumped out at me about this album is the striking resemblance to `Land of the Free.' Fletcher's blazing guitar work is back with a vengeance (even borderline metal on occasion) and Jim's fantastic range has peaked once again after an album characterized by an astounding display of low notes. The political influence and catchy writing has always been a trademark of Pennywise and `Reason To Believe' is no exception.
I was a little skeptical of this disc when I found out it was being released on myspace Records, especially being that big name labels have been notoriously known to sell out bands that don't need to change. However, my verdict is in...
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Format: Audio CD
Let me start off by saying that I have loved Pennywise's music for all these years and have all of their studio albums and consider them one of the most important and best punk rock groups that have ever existed. Yet, this is a bit of a different sound from them this time around. I love the CD, but as I was listening to it for the upteenth time, my mind kept gnawing at me.. this sounded familiar somehow.. then I realized what it was: alot of these songs sound like prime Bad Religion! The cadence, the delivery, the lyrics are very much like Bad Religion! If you have this CD, just imagine if you will that you are hearing Greg Graffin's voice instead of Jim Lindberg's and you'll see what I'm talking about - but is this a bad thing? Not in my book. I love Bad Religion as well (although I'm finding it really difficult to REALLY like that last one they put out.) Fletcher's guitar sounds less heavy and there's more of a straight-forward attack. The bottom end with the bass and drums sounds more subduded. It's still very fast at times, but there's some slower tempo stuff in here as well. Lyrically, they're branching-out with a few more relationship-type songs rather than always going for the socio-political jugular. It's a nice change, and the songs are really catchy! I'm already considering this album almost as good as From The Ashes which is my favorite Pennywise album. I know some of you old Pennywise fans think the band has faltered since Straight Ahead was released, but I think their last 3 albums are the best Pennywise albums yet. This band just keeps getting better with age!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Music over Noise on April 3, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Pennywise has been around for almost 2 decades, and like any band that has been around for awhile, there are bound to be nay sayers. Those that only like "their old stuff" or back when they were "hardcore" or before they "sold out".

I stick to listening to the music. Straight Ahead & Land of the Free were awesome, and I am baffled as to how anyone could dismiss it as "not as good as their old stuff".

Both albums The Fuse and From the Ashes were good, but not immediately accessible. The guitars had a more muted sound, so I can understand people not likely them. I didn't care for them much at first, but they grew on me.

Reason to Believe rocks. They have some really rockin' tracks, As Long as We Can, and One Reason. Everything just sounds fresh and immediately likeable.

I honestly don't know why any Pennywise fan would not like this album. At may not be their favorite, but they should still like it. Buy it now!
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Format: Audio CD
this almost mp3/digital only cd has something a lot of other pennywise releases don't a sonic bottom end the guitars have been finally changed a bit Trevor seamed to try playing with the EQ on his amp(it sound like he cut the tremble a little turned up the bass and torque the mid-range sound to get more powerful tone out of his rig) now I love the fact their guitar sound is as primal as day one o the band so to speak, but this sound definitely has power and sounds heavy and full but is certainly pennywise still. Being a guitarist myself this change is welcome-his original tone is pennywise's signature but not so much to me trevors playing is more recognizable with his tone change.
Pennywise sound full of fury and re-energized with purpose and the guitar sound helps power threw the mix and burst threw- like a tank threw a wall with the a new heavier sound with crunch.buy it you'll love it!
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