#6
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I love this band though, I prefer 2rd wave to any of the others 'cos I always like the punk edge.

you mean 3rd wave right?
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#7
They never really grabbed me. I only really enjoyed the songs that TIM ARMSTRONG mentioned
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#9
im listening to them right now, they kick ass. best album is destruction by definition. war profiteering is killing us all is good too.
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#10
Compared to how much material this band has they only have a limited amount of great songs.

They mean well. Don't bother with War Profiteering... just listen to the songs I suggested.
#11
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ive listened to em a few times before

they have a new album coming out dont they?



bands that broke up last year dont have new albums coming out
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#12
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bands that broke up last year dont have new albums coming out

unless it's a greatest hits or live album or a cd with unreleased stuff or something like that

anyway, a good thing to know: when in doubt about which cd to by from a bands, it's usually a good idea to go with their first cd. for some reason, it's almost always their best (especially when talking about ska bands )
And clenching your fist for the ones like us
Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
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#13
1. They broke up, no new albums
2. All of the CD's up to War profiteering is killing us all is good (i liked the album, the vocals were not my style and they switched genres a little)

And i ****ing miss these guys.
#14
I've only heard the once and that was when tony hawk's pro skater 1 came out!!!!! LONG ASS TIME AGO!!!
#15
Destruction by Definition was the best.

Whatever you do, do not pick up their Self-titled album. What a ****ing catastrophe. If you have any appreciation for the Suicide Machines, you will cry upon listening to their self-titled.
They say the old woman's got the wisdom
'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#16
They're one of those bands that did ska every now and then, and when they did do it, they nailed it. Kind of like Goldfinger.
#17
i have a friend who like worships them, but i've never heard them except like 2 times.

they have a song about socialism i think though, its called The Red Flag, that kinda put me off.
#19
Quote by original=punk
i have a friend who like worships them, but i've never heard them except like 2 times.

they have a song about socialism i think though, its called The Red Flag, that kinda put me off.


Man you must really hate new Catch 22 as well though admittedly Permanent Revolution is more about Trotsky then Communism/Socialism.

I think you'd really like Destruction by Definition easily their best cd. I really like them. Sad that they broke up.
#20
Quote by original=punk
i have a friend who like worships them, but i've never heard them except like 2 times.

they have a song about socialism i think though, its called The Red Flag, that kinda put me off.


Socialism and anarchism are relatively related, I don't know what your issue is.
#21
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Socialism and anarchism are relatively related, I don't know what your issue is.



i'm related to my cousin.

my cousin is an assuming bitch who's too obsessed with consumerism than real life.


as you may see, i'm quite different from my cousin.


do you see what i'm saying here? Socialism scares me sometimes, i think that humans shouldn't have to be told what to do, i think our society has gotten out of control, and no-one has any real responsibilities anymore, the government and everyone else takes care of it for them.

like socialized healthcare, its great, better than what the states has, but should we really HAVE to rely on the government to do that? what is so wrong with us humans that we can't do one simple ****ing thing, provide medical care.

/**** the world mood.
#22
Quote by Time Again
Man you must really hate new Catch 22 as well though admittedly Permanent Revolution is more about Trotsky then Communism/Socialism.

I think you'd really like Destruction by Definition easily their best cd. I really like them. Sad that they broke up.
Isn't the Permanent Revolution telling the story of the rise of communism in Russia. I haven't heard the album, but I've hearf thats what its about.
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#23
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They had a song on..



Brink!
I used to love that movie. That bitch can roller blade
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#24
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Isn't the Permanent Revolution telling the story of the rise of communism in Russia. I haven't heard the album, but I've hearf thats what its about.



Actually its more about Leon Trotsky and his exile after Stalin came into power (they were the competing runners after Lenin died). Permanent Revolution is an ideal of Trotsky, though originally an ideal of Marx though much different then Trotskys. One of the biggest differences between Stalin and Trotsky was the idea of Permanent Revolution. Solid cd for Catch 22 surprisingly. I feel they've finally shaken the idea that they're trying to do the same thing as Keasbey Nights and have really gained their own sound.
#25
I dont like thier new stuff. it sounds waaaay to different from their first album. I think Destruction By Definition was their best...
#26
Quote by blackflag49
They had a song on..



Brink!

I used to love that movie...when I was 8.

The only Suicide Machines album I have is Destruction by Definition. Its got some good songs. I like New Girl, Break the Glass, and Hey. But Vans Song? Shoe advert much?
#27
destruction by def is the best

and surprisingly war profiteering is my next fav. never really dug anything else