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listen  1. Wake Me Up On Time (Revenge of The O.C. Supertones Album Version) 3:22$1.29  Buy MP3 
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  • Audio CD (June 15, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: BEC Recordings
  • ASIN: B00026WVEU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #236,073 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Book on August 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I was not a big fan of the last couple of Supertones albums, especially "Hi-Fi Revival." But this one has really struck a chord with me. While some of it, especially the single "We Shall Overcome", does hearken back to the first two Supertones albums, I felt like this one took the Supertones formula and threw in a strong sense of pop melody. I really like the new style of background vocals being used here. A couple of examples: "Cult of Cool" and "I Will Follow" are definitely Supertones songs, but neither quite feel like anything they've done before. The former has a killer sing-along chorus, and the latter is an up-tempo reggae (instead of down tempo like the old "There's No Life Away From You." And unlike on "Hi-Fi Revival", which was also trying something new, it works here across the boards. Not every song is a classic, but there are no skippers either. Which brings me to what is probably my favorite track on here, "Dream of Two Cities." This is completely unlike anything they've done, but man oh man is it amazing. I mean, the whole track is great, but especially the choral chant "As we bring down Babylon," It's great music, but it has also inspired me, challenged me to live less for the world and more for eternity, fueled prayer, and inspired visions of people marching away from the world...I don't know. I just love this track so much I may use it in a short film (I work as a short film director.) Oh, and the song is only really impressive if you PLAY IT LOUD! Anyway, though probably not the Tones' number 1 album of all time, I love this CD way more than I expected. Check it out. You'll be surprised.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tim Challies TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I think the Supertones may be gunning for the record for the greatest amount of turnover of any band in Christian music. Of the seven originals I believe only two are left. Several replacements have also come and gone. However, with singer/songwriter Mojo (Matt Morginsky) still firmly at the helm, their sound and general feel has not changed a whole lot. Their newest album, Revenge of the Supertones, reaches into the band's past. With a sound reminiscent of their sophmore release Supertones Strike Back (minus the ska), the band continues to do what they do best...play loud, catchy music.
With the demise of the blessedly brief ska fad, Supertones have had to reinvent themselves. The process has been on-going since Loud and Clear. With their newest album they have returned to their music roots, crafting a sound like we heard several albums ago, but without the ska. They still have a bit of the ska guitar rythym on some of their songs and continue to feature plenty of horns, but they are definitely no longer ska. We could probably best group them in the rock or alternative catch-all categories.
If you know anything about Matt Morginsky you'll know that he is an avid reader whose journey through the giants of the faith has led him to the Reformed faith. His theology shines through on songs like Where I Find You, one of the best tracks on the album:
Well I messed up
I feel like I can't even lift my eyes up
I'm covered in the stain
I'm ashamed of the way I take advantage of your love
And I'm terrified to stand before your throne
With blood on my hands
I realize it's only by your blood that I can
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mook on September 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
All of the Supertones' albums are great worship music, and this one is no exception! "The Cult of Cool" is a slap in America's face! WE NEED THAT!!! It's not about us...isn't not about MTV...IT'S ABOUT GOD! What else can I say? "I hope the Prince of Peace is coming soon!!!"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Wrigglesworth on June 20, 2004
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Yes, I am pleased to say that ska is not dead. It never was in my opinion but, to all of you ska purists it is. This album is really what I consider to be a blast from the past. The signature guitar riffs, and horns that were so vibrant in the tones older albums have returned. Not to say their later albums weren't good (I still think hi-fi revival is their best). This is just an excellent album to pop in and listen to without skipping a track. It has straight up ska/punk(wake me up on time, where i find you, transmission, everythings broken, the kingdom), reggae(prince of peace, faith of a child, shepherd is the lamb, dream of two cities[this one's 7+ minutes long...oh yeah]) and straight up ska(cult of cool, i will follow). "We shall overcome" is a stand out track. It's more of a ska/rap song. I enjoyed it, just not as much as the other songs. I give all the guys in the tones so much credit. They have endured so many changes with losing founding members and dealing with everything life has thrown at them. For having only 2 of the original 6 members, they have captured their old sound pretty well, along with growing musically.In all honesty, I believe the tones have gone further back into their roots than they were in the beginning as there is much more reggae influence than before. This is really a solid album though. I would recommend it to any hardcore 3rd wave ska fan. It's very pleasing to the ear. Although hi-fi is still my fav. tones album, it may change when I hear them play their new songs live at KB....it's gonna rock!
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