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Pay Attention (Explicit Version)

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Pay Attention (Explicit Version)

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  • The Mighty Mighty Bosstones- Pay Attention
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Good upbeat CD, but not as good as the Let's Face It AlbumIf you liked the Let's Face It album from the Bosstones, you will have 1 of 2 reactions to this one, you'll either be glad they are keeping that light and jumpy pop to their music (which is not the case to some of their earlier work, which was full of dark gutteral vocals) or you will be disappointed by the fact that its just not a step UP from the Let's Face It album... there really aren't any particular songs on this CD that leap out at you, but I personally would reccomend Let me Be, Finally, Riot on Broad Street, So Sad to Say and Temporary Trip.My favorite song is "Riot on Broad Street" w/ "Finally" taking a close follow-up.There are 16 tracks... but its a mix between songs you love and songs that really don't do much for you. You know the type of CD I'm talking about; where you've got to sift through the songs to find all the ones you like. This CD's like that.The previous album (Let's Face It) is your best bet if you are new to the Bosstones and it's profanity free, with amazing beats and tunes, a jazzy rocky-romp through a punk-ska zone! I'd rate that one among my top 10 fave cds of all time, this probably would be at 87th place.... and I've reviewed hundreds of CD's... so its still good, but nothing amazing. If you've already listened to Let's Face it, and want more M.M.B., then go for Pay Attention!3stuck in a rutI really enjoyed "Let's Face It". It was a fresh take on and inventive blend of ska, metal and rock. The Bosstones have been on the cutting edge of music for years, but "Pay attention" finds them stuck in a rut.This album is cut from the same cloth as Let's Face It, only not as strong. The better songs "Skeleton Song", "Riot on Broad Street", "High School Dance" are great, but they feel like b-sides or left-overs from the face it sessions.I was hoping for another fresh take on a great musical vision. Instead, I was left with mild disappointment. Not a bad album, but it doesn't quite fulfill the high expectations that "Let's Face it" layed out there.3Good cdGood music, prompt delivery.5Say What You Will...But This is FantasticSo okay, this cd is a bit more mellow as far as the Bosstones type of music is concerned- but it doesn't mean it's bad! When I'm in a melancholy mood, I can continue my Mighty Mighty Bosstones playlist with this cd.There are only a couple of bad songs...'High School Dance' is just okay and the songs 'All Things Considered', 'So Sad To Say' and 'Allow Them' seem to all sound around the same...but each one is still enjoyable. Besides those four songs (and please remember- they are STILL good songs), let's see what songs I can think of at the top of my head that are just fantastic: The Skeleton Song (absolutely amazing!), Temporary Trip (a fun, fast-paced song with a driving chorus), Bad News and Bad Breaks, Where You Come From, The Day He Didn't Die (this cd is worth it alone for THIS song), Finally, She Just Happened- this cd is wonderful. Sure, it may not be like any of the other bosstones's albums...but let me tell you- that doesn't mean it's not good. And 'good' is an understatement...this cd is amazing.5Not Quite RightLet me first say that I've been a big fan since Junior High School and I still love these guys now that I'm two years out of Collage...This album seems a little flat. It was hard to put my finger on at first. When I saw that Nate Albert had left the band, that gave me a major hint. Lawrence Katz does a good job at getting a similar guitar tone as Nate, but it's not the same for me (this might also have something to do with production).So Sad To Say, Let Me Be, The Day He Didn't Die, She Just Happened -- all great examples of strong song-writing. Riot of Broad street is an example of the BossToneS's ability to do more than the traditional ska-core.On the other hand, I found Over The Eggshells, Finally, I Know More and Where You Come From (this song has an awful chorus, but great verses... go figure) to be rather weak and I often skip them when listening to the CD.I still love the band and I'll continue to support them in the future, but this album just didn't do it for me like some of their older stuff.Real quick because I know this has nothing to do with the music, but I think the packaging for this album is pretty bad. Oh well...3For the fans!I have to take a stance somewhere between the critics and diehard fans. ;) This latest Bosstones album is incredibly fun, with wonderful works like 'The Skeleton Song' and the much-overlooked 'Where You Come From'. However, many of the later tracks on the album simply seem to blend together in a lousy punk/ska blur. The album certainly would have done much better with a few more tempo changes! It's hard to pick a rating, since this album's so full of contradictions. It has some *wonderful*, classic Bosstone lyrics in 'Where You Come From' and 'All Things Considered', but I have to agree that some of the lyrics make you wonder what they were on at the time. ("Right now I'm feeling like an ant/Let em ramble let me rant" --Let Me Be) Despite its problems, there's still plenty of fun and even good ole' Bosstone insight in the CD. If you've never listened to TMMBT before you might do better buying _Let's Face It_ or _Question the Answers_. However, fans of the 'Tones deffinately shouldn't miss this one. Hope this helps!4some great tracks, but too much fillerI wish I could rate this higher, I really do, because there really is some good stuff on here. It's still worth buying, even though it's far from their best album. Tunes like "riot on broadstreet", "skeleton song", "Let me Be", and the big radio-hit "So Sad To Say" are up there with some of the best songs the bosstones have ever laid down, but the abundance of filler material really weigh it down. Had they ditched maybe six of the sixteen tracks, we would've had a killer album on our hands here, but listening to the whole thing straight through becomes somewhat of a chore. I still reccommend it and maybe others out there will actually get something out of the whole thing. I hope their next one is tighter, but for right now, "Pay Attention" will do just fine. The skip button sure does come in handy, though.3Nothin' wrong with long...No idea what the reviewer is talking about. The fact that this is 16 tracks means there's more to love. Most of my listening consists of homemade mixes;this is one of the few albums I'll listen to all the way through. I don't even cut any of the songs out. This is prolly MMBT's best album(Ska Core rocks,but is an EP). It's all good with no filler. This is a great album to introduce someone to MMBT who doesn't have any of their stuff. Also a great ska album for fans of the genre.5Five StarsGreat CD5Pay attention to pay attention before you bash it...Pay Attention is probobly my favorite album. How can one say that the fact that it has sixteen tracks makes it bad? Jeeze dude, I wish they didn't cut 'Meaning' 'Just As Much' and 'Together' from the album... Pay attention is not an 'upbeat' or 'poppy' album. As a matter of fact, this album is possibly the darkest one they've made yet. Question the Answers dealt with problems in society, Pay Attention deals with personal grief, jealousy, anger, regret, and pretty much every negative emotion an individual is capable of...The album kicks off with 'Let Me Be' a song about losing control and just wanting to be left alone... The Skeleton Song is about someone's dark secrets being discovered... 'All Things Considered' is an admiration of an older man who rants and rambles, 'so sad to say' is the power song of the album talking about love lost, which as everyone knows is quite painful... Allow Them is the best song on this album. It is a song about disgust with the innerworkings of corporate america (it makes me chuckle considering the Enron scandal... etc...) 'Highschool Dance' is about teenage neglect, 'Over the Eggshells' is about being caught redhanded, 'Finally' is a sort of empty-worded personal triumph of finally having the guts to do something, 'I Know More' is about a person regreting their past and knowing that they knew so little about life back in the day... 'Riot On Broadstreet' discusses a violent riot that occured in Boston; 'One Million Reasons' is a song i really like (but 99% of everyone else hates) about a man trying to stop their loved one from leaving, but coming upon the realization that no matter how many reasons or arguments he tries to make with her, its useless, and that it is time to let go. 'Bad News and Bad Breaks' offers a little bit of an uplifting message after the depression of 'one million reasons' ... 'temporary trip' and 'where you come from' are very rad songs with cool;fun chorus' ... The Day He Didn't Die is one of the best songs the bosstones have ever made, its emotional, but its slow sorrowful emotion not, 'waaa my g/f dumped me' emotion...All in all... Pay Attention is a rockin' Bosstones album, and A Jackknife To A Swan looks like it's going to contrast this album completely....Get this album, ...5
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