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It's been a wild and crazy ride for Gainesville's Less Than Jake, who first met at the University Of Florida over a decade and a half ago. But instead of kicking their feet up and resting on their laurels, the ever-busy quintet have been working hard on the next chapter of Less Than Jake. Successfully extricating themselves from their major label contract (even though they still owed ... Read more in Amazon's Less Than Jake Store

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  • Audio CD (May 23, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Special Edition
  • Label: Sire / London/Rhino
  • ASIN: B000F8OIG4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #573,493 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Soundtrack Of My Life
2. A Still Life Franchise
3. Overrated (Everything Is)
4. Fall Apart
5. In-dependence Day
6. Don't Fall Asleep On The Subway
7. Landmines And Landslides
8. The Rest Of My Life
9. Mostly Memories
10. Let Her Go
11. Hopeless Case
12. P.S. Shock The World

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Punk-pop stalwarts Less Than Jake return with the adored band's first original album in three years, In With the Out Crowd, produced by Howard Benson. The punk 'n' horns group has sold more than 1 million records over the past decade, thanks to incessant touring, including on the Warped Tour, where it has been the #1 merchandise seller. Less Than Jake gets out the crowds once more with In With the Out Crowd.

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LTJ are just too good at their sound to pretty much just completely abandon it.
Thane
My brother said that the first time he heard this album after I bought it, and I really couldn't agree more.
J. B. Smith
They know the longtime fans aren't really into it as much, so maybe they'll do something about it.
Irvin Chen

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I don't know, guys. On track number three, I think something burst in my head and forced my arm to spasm towards the eject button. I put it on my shelf for a while, and now it's been a few months, and I listened to it again. I still think it's their worst album yet. I don't hate them for wanting to change their sound, but they didn't have to go to this extreme. Read on, though, I promise to not totally snub the album. There are a few decent songs on here. I'm not giving up on them yet, but I am a little annoyed with LTJ right now.

See, I'm 23 years old (as of September 2006). Ever since it started being cool to be "punk" (a.k.a. what MTV and Hot Topic want kids to think punk is), and Good Charlotte came around, I just had to cringe at the merger of the pop and punk genres. It's closer than ever before now, and it's really pretty sickening to listen to it. Back when I started listening to ska and punk in 2000, when the whole ska/swing craze was starting to go away for the most part, the whole pop-punk and emo scene didn't seem quite as prevalent. But now it's just out of control when it starts to invade my favorite bands. I know that's a bit selfish to say, but it's just how I feel.

It seems Warner Brothers has its tentacles around their testicles, getting them to sing things like "na-na na-na, na-na na-na" over and over again. I know Less Than Jake didn't choose to do this to us consciously. Additionally, I respect their decision to go in a different direction musically, but, Less Than Jake, come on, guys... make sure to look around yourself before you go in the WRONG direction next time, okay? No more hanging out with Good Charlotte, Fall Out Boy, Augustana, Coheed, and all those other wussy bands, okay?? No more hanging "out with the pop crowd." Got it?
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joe Kirk on June 5, 2006
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It must really, really suck to pour out your heart and soul writing new songs to have them simply dismissed as "not as good as their old stuff." Here's the scoop: Less Than Jake have been doing their thing for about 14 years and I don't need to be hearing "Johnny" or "Jenn" Parts 8, 9, or 10. This album is an excellent extention of their sound. There's a lot of thinking outside the box but when Chris and Roger sing, it's simply Less Than Jake. (And there are still a few ska rhythms if you actually listen to the album!!) This is sonically better recorded than "the old stuff." Listen to "Hopeless Case" and "P.S. Shock The World" two times, let the hooks sink in and then lather, rinse and repeat the whole album. Thank you Less Than Jake for another excellent album. It's okay by me if you stay young as long as the songs stay this excellent.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mike Majeski on June 28, 2006
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I believe the thing that hurt this album from the start was the hype that surrounded it for the last year. As a Less Than Jake fan I witnessed the excitement and hopes of a "rebirth" of the old Less Than Jake. This was a false hope, and honetly a waste of time. You can't expect a band to keep releasing the same songs over and over. That would just be boring for us, and for them as well.

Now that the initial hype of over a new LTJ album is over, I feel that I can give it a fair review...so here it goes.

Soundtrack of My Life: 7/10
At first I did not like this song too much, to me it didn't have much to it. Now after a month of listening I find that this song has the meaningful lyrics on the entire album. As far as openers go this was a bad choice. I also like the Gainesville Rock City "Easter Egg" hidden in there.

A Still Life Franchise: 9/10
Probably the strongest song on the entire album. It has great lyrics, an awesome horn part, and it is just there musically. It is one of the best ska songs LTJ has written in a long time. There has been better ska from them, but this really is not bad at all, and a definite standout track.

Overrated: 7/10
This song, as many know, is the first single off IWTOC. It was obviously written to be a radio hit, and it does serve its purpose. The lyrics and the music is simplistic, even by LTJ standards. However, it is with great humility that I admit that I like this song. It is the perfect song to just throw on in the car and sing along to.

Fall Apart: 7/10
For some reason, this was one of my initial favorites. This song is total power pop-punk. It takes a somewhat depressing subject and presents it in a much more happy, sing-songy kind of way.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sawylent on September 7, 2007
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The only thing more tiring than seeing people get down on a band's new album for changing their sound, is when people defend a legitimately mediocre album by putting down such people. Just like it is not fair to say a band is no longer good for changing their sound, it is not fair to simply say that a change in a band's sound is a "maturing" of their sound. In With The Out Crowd sounds much different than anything LTJ has put out, unfortuantely, however, it is not the case that this new sound is a matured one.

I am one of those people who does not want every release a band puts out to sound exactly the same, and although sometimes it can be hard to get used to, I usually like when a band changes their sound, as long as they've matured that sound.

I've tried to give this album a bunch of chances to impress me, but a year and a half removed from its release it just doesn't. With the exception of a few tracks, there just doesn't seem to be anything special about this album. The songs come and go, leaving no lasting impression. Don't get me wrong, the abscence of horns on a lot of tracks is something I could definitely get past if there were other redeeming qualities present--however there aren't. I read an interview where Vinnie (the drummer, and main lyric writer for LTJ) stated that they would rather add really good horn parts to a few of their songs, as opposed to adding mediocre horn parts to all of their songs. This makes no sense to me--why can't all of their songs that have horns in them, regardless of the number of songs that may be, have really great horn parts? Not to mention, all the songs on IWTOC with horns do not necessarily have "great" horn parts.
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take this pop crap off of the punk rock listings and give real punk rock...
Look man, I think you need to chill out a little bit.

You seem so caught up and stressed out over the fact that no one knows what "Real Punk" is. It seems to rip you to pieces that something you hold so precious is being "destroyed" by a whole bunch of kids that associate... Read More
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