#1
Well, we all know Latterman is awesome. We all know all the bands they formed after Latterman rock just as hard.

So talk about all that stuff...
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#2
Pretty awesome stuff, Bridge and Tunnel are probably my favorite after Latterman, they blew me away when I saw them.
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#3
I prefer Shorebirds to Bridge and Tunnel.
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#5
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I prefer Shorebirds to Bridge and Tunnel.

I might like Shorebirds better if I hadn't seen Bridge and Tunnel, but Bridge and Tunnel's show was just so amazing, just like the energy and everything seemed perfect.
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#6
Shorebirds is 1/3 Latterman+1/3 Jawbreaker+1/3 drummer who's name I can never remember which=awesome

I do really like Bridge and Tunnel though. I've heard one Iron Chic song and it was alright.
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#7
No doubt Shorebirds are awesome, I just like Bridge and Tunnel better though.
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#9
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#12
Latterman-Turn Up The Punk We'll Be Singing probably the most solid album. As far as songs check out He's No Sposasto, Good Morning Here is Jan.
Shorebirds is also really good. And Life Rocks which is one of them (I think matt with phil {the other guy on parts} and its acoustic)
#14
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I have never known where to start with any of these bands so I just never got around to it. What are the best stuff?



This, I'm too lazy, anyone wanna link me?

EDIT: Went to limewire, got four songs. To me it sounds like as if old TBS was more punky.
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#19
for some reason i just cant get into shorebirds and bridge & tunnel

iron chic is pretty good though

life rocks was decent


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#21
Bridge and Tunnel has a very, VERY intense live show.

What's a good introductory Latterman album?
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#24
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the RVIVR 7 inch rules
Yeah it's awesome.

And the Shorebirds album is great as well.
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#26
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Bridge and Tunnel has a very, VERY intense live show.

What's a good introductory Latterman album?

Agreed, one of my favorite shows ever. It was The Ergs, Bridge and Tunnel, Lemuria, BTMI, and Cheeky. The show was so much fun.
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#27
I just got some Latterman tonight.

and lovin' it.
"No Matter where we are"
and "We are still alive"

I've listened through them both twice in a row, and damn. I'm digging this band.
#29
Hm, I probably shouldn't be bumping a two year old thread, but such is life.

Is anyone going to one of the reunion shows? Do you think they're gonna play The Fest? These are such galvanizing times we live in.
#30
I wish I could go to a reunion show but since there isn't one in my area I'm out of luck.
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#32
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My boy is going to the one in hoboken he is stoked. You'd have to kill someone now for tickets. Suppose thatvwould defeat the purpose of going to such a posi show.

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I wish I could go to a reunion show but since there isn't one in my area I'm out of luck.

Same.
#34
God I love RVIVR right now; the tradeoffs in the vocal department sound so natural. Anything beside the self titled full length that they've released? I think I'm going to start tabbing out some of the stuff on there.
#35
I'd say RVIVR are by far the best post-Latterman band, it was Iron Chic but when I heard them play a new song live I wasn't overly impressed.
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