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Something's Gotta Give Import

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Ori. Release '98, first recording for '90s punk mega-label Epitaph from New York hardcore veterans .


1. Something's Gotta Give
2. Believe
3. Gotta Go
4. Before My Eyes
5. No Fear
6. Blinded
7. Voices
8. Do or Die
9. My War
10. Bloodsucker
11. The Blame
12. Today, Tomorrow, Forever
13. Rage
14. Pauly the Dog
15. Crucified

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 11, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Edge J26181
  • ASIN: B0000248L7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,004,442 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm giving this CD a four star rating because for a live effort from this long-running New York City-style thrashcore / punk band, it's darn good. In other words, it's above average for WHAT it is. I did get to see Agnostic Front on this very tour, in fact I believe the setlist ran pretty much the same as this disc's track listing. Only downside was, EVEN the live performance ran a short 35 minutes. Guess that must be standard for bands as such. The tracks that I do remember kicking some serious ass were the title cut "Something's Gotta Give", "No Fear", the crowd surfing "Do Or Die", "Bloodsucker" and "Today, Tomorrow, Forever". Line-up: Roger Miret - vocals, Vinnie Stigma - guitar, Rob Kabula - bass and Jim Colletti - drums.Should appeal to most fans of M.O.D., Sick Of It All, G.B.H., Cro-Mags and Murphy's Law.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 26, 1999
Ok here's the deal. Agnostic Front IS hardcore. Not to sound closed-minded, but if you don't like Agnostic Front, you don't like hardcore. When your guitarist is known as the Godfather of Hardcore, how else can you explain it. So yeah, Something's Gotta Give is (in my humble opinion) probably one of the top 3 hardcore albums ever. And still kickin it after an amazing number of years. They deserve your respect and your money dammit. And if anyone thinks they sold out for playing Warped Tour, they just don't get it at all and never will (which also goes for Dropkick Murphys). So get this album and all their other stuff and if you don't like it i think maybe NSync is coming out with something soon for ya.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 27, 1999
I suppose with their legions of pissed off fans who love this album they're doing something right . . . however I can't figure out what it is. The lyrics are trite and screamed sans melody. the music, though short, fast, and obnoxious (which I usually enjoy), stagnates, and by the end of the first minute of each tune has said everything it is going to. After buying this album, I was very mad at the person who reccomended it to me. To all those reading this, I would suggest the Cro-Mags Age of Quarrel/ Best wishes and to save your money on this purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dddelaney@worldnet.att.net on July 15, 1998
After a five year hiatus,Agnostic Front returns with one of the best "punk rock" albums of the year.These guys aren't out to please the mall rat crowd.If you dig their stuff from the '80's you will be loving this one.True lyrics and stinging riffs from the original line-up make up the hardest offering from Epitaph records ever,period.If you like your rock punk,and you like your punk rock then give this one a shot.Most of you already know what's up,but if you are looking for the real deal buy this NOW.
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Format: Audio CD
This is how all Agnostic Front records should be. Fast, hard, and more importantly: Not sound like they were recorded in a garage with a $2 recording system. Despite what all the skin heads say, I think Agnostic Front coming to Epitaph was the wisest career choice they ever made. I mean listen to the sound quality of some of their older albums. Not to mention if they hadn't of came to Epitaph, then I wouldn't know about them and probably wouldn't be looking into various non-Epitaph hardcore bands.
I currently have 4 Agnostic Front releases: their 3 epitaph ones and Raw Unleashed. This is definitely the best one I own. I had originally thought that Dead Yuppies was the best. But then I head sound clips to the digitally enhanced "One Voice" and was blown away. Now, I have this CD and it is way better than "Dead Yuppies" as well. Also, something else that shocked and impressed me about this album is how NOT repetitive it is. I had the idea that AF = totally repetitive. However, that isn't true at all with this album!!! This is honestly no more repetitive than a Vision album is.
The song "Gotta Go" really stands out. I wouldn't necessarily say that it's the best but it is certainly one of them. It's amazing that hardcore band Agnostic Front can create a pure punk song and still sound awesome! Another song that really stands out is "Pauly The Dog". My mouth dropped to the floor when I heard this song. Every time I hear it I always have to make sure that it is really Agnostic Front I am listening to and not a NOFX song! It is an acoustic song with no redeeming lyrics. However, it's still quite funny. It is about how he has a dog who always drinks up all his beer. Pretty NOFX sounding huh? However, the rest of the songs are clearly hardcore songs. Other great songs include: "Bloodsucker", "Something's Gotta Give", "The Blame", and "Before My Eyes".
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By Jenny Nemesis on September 5, 2000
ARRRRRR!! SO glad my boys haven't gone soft over the decades. But I am disturbed at how fast those decades have passed-- just yesterday Pop was screaming at little 16-year-old Jenny to turn down "Cause For Alarm", & now I can buy AF over the internet. And they STILL make me wanna go punch holes in walls and cheerleaders' faces!! ARRRRRR!! Especially when doing my taxes!! This album is the heaviest yet, though sometimes that old-fashioned speediness still comes through. The other reviews are right about "Gotta Go" and "Crucified" being the stand-out tracks here. Roger's definitely 'singing' from a deeper place in his intestines than he used to (wonder what happened to him in prison anyway!), sounding more threatening than ever. And the piledriver guitars are just merciless. They've still got it, which makes a hometown girl proud! Anyone complaining that hardcore is tiresome because they can't understand the lyrics just doesn't appreciate this level of power, & never will. If it's in your blood, you'll know. Now go buy this-- crank it on your car stereo, then go run over something expensive.
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