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Trashed

4.6 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 20, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fat Wreck Chords
  • ASIN: B0000007PO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,898 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This is Lagwagon's best album, though all of them are extremely good and receive 5 stars in my book. Thrashing guitars and base lines and insane drum change-ups create a very technical yet melodic sound that grows on you every time you listen and never gets old. Joey's lyrics are deep and powerful and his voice blends into the music like another instrument. A must-have for anyone into hard music. In my opinion--this is one of the most talented and original bands I have ever heard
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By Greg on October 25, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Lagwagons gotta be one of the most underrated bands of the 90's. First off, Lagwagons not pop punk in their early days. It's a blend of the softer side of early 80's hardcore punk (Circle Jerks, Descendents, metal (Anthrax, Iron Maiden) and a bit of pop punk (Jawbreaker, Nofx.) It's got it's own thing going. The main attraction here is Joey Cape. He's definitely one of the most underappreciated songwriters out there, and a unique vocalist in the vein of Joey Ramone. Duh has better lyrics than most bands ever do. Same thing with Trashed. His lyrics are really insightful. He has a lot of good things to say and he writes about the kinds of issues that songwriting should be about. He's definitely not wasting his voice. I'd say it's a must have for anyone who's a fan of intelligent songwriting, early 80's hardcore, thrash and speed metal, and the more melodic side of punk.
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By Brian on November 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Although I am not yet a diehard LagWagon fan, I found this album to be nothing short of incredible. Everything in it is great; the guitars are fast and heavy yet melodic. The drums set a very good pace for the album, and lyrically this is one of the best punk albums ever made. They are funny at times, but at the same time a great level of maturity and insight is displayed through the words.
I also do not think that LagWagon sounds terribly similar to NOFX. I own just about every NOFX album made, and none of the songs on this CD sound a bit like anything from NOFX. LagWagon has a very unique sound, and this album is a perfect example of what exactly it is. You won't stop listening to it once you get it; it never gets old. Just buy it.
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Format: Audio CD
I'm 29 years old. I 1st heard this album while i was a freshman in '94. I had the cassette tape and i played this album at least 3 or 4 times all the way through in a day. This is probably my favorite album from them, then Hoss. This cd is definately a landmark in punk history. They sound a little bit like Nofx with the double guitars, but they also have their own, unique sound that we've all come to love. Just to let you know how good it is. At the time i was only listening to the real punk like the stuff in the late 70's and early and mid 80's like the Subhumans, Misfits,DK,Black Flag,crass, rudimentary peni,d.i and etc.. Trashed was the only exception besides nofx white trash two heebs and a bean and punk in drublic and ribbed. If you haven't heard this album buy it. It isn't an investment, it's a necessity.
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Format: Audio CD
This album is one of the quintessential punk albums. Throughout the entire disc there are hard guitars, intelligent lyrics, and uncompromising heart. Their newer music takes a huge departure from these core values, which is ironic considering that song three on this album is called "Know It All," and discusses fans hating bands for selling out. But in regards to this song, I don't think Lagwagon has sold out, I just think they've grown up and lost a lot of their anger and inspiration that drove them to create their first three albums. They're still a great punk band, but their new albums don't compare!
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of Lagwagon's strongest albums, and the perfect representation of melodic punk. Fans of Pennywise, Good Riddance, No Use For A Name, and pretty much any other Epitaph or Fat Wreck Chords band, should give this CD a shot.
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Format: Audio CD
This CD and Hoss are the best lagwagon CD's out there. The guitar riffs are great, the lyrics are what punk lyrics should be about, no song says it better than coffee and cigarettes. Although i like neither of them, this is great CD.
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Format: Audio CD
Lag Wagon is one of those 3rd wave bands that appeared bearing the influences of NOFX + Bad Religion + random Metal bands. Others included stand out groups in this vein included Strung Out, Propagandhi, Ten Foot Pole, and the like.

In my opinion, Lag Wagon was at the very top of this heap (sharing the crown with Propaganhdi) and this is their best album, deserving recognition for taking the typical NOFX sound and innovating it to the point that they superseded their predecessors. In my opinion, you can hear Lag Wagon's influence on NOFX's sound after the release of their debut album, but who really knows.

The only other band to truly innovative the 'NOFX sound' in my opinion was Propagandhi on their debut "How to clean everything", which, as far as punk classics go, is on the same level as this release (if not better in some ways).

In short, this album rules, get it, experience the evolution of a sound that had its moment, but for now no longer has any bands producing music of this caliber.
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