And On And On 6. Now We Are 31 7. Pityscapes 8. Anticipation Preservation 9. I Live Directly Across The Street From The Outback Steakhouse 10. Terminally Unique 11. I'd Be Better Off On 12. Real Life As A Metaphor For Real Life 13. Barkmarket Fuckacy 14. Bug Out.
Round 2. I have something important to talk about: punk rock is ruining my life. Let me try to explain by talking about Carl’s Jr. (how else"). Carl’s Jr. is what a punk rock album would be if it were a restaurant (I authoritatively concluded 23 seconds ago). For one, you don’t take your date there, it’s more of a guilty pleasure, and you don’t want to stay for long, because that homeless meth head forgot he already begged you for money and he’s coming back again. So anyway, I have been dealing with this suppression of my musical standards and then BAM, the new House Boat album drops out of nowhere with intentions of destroying pretentiousness once and for all. I’m so screwed. Ok, just a reminder, House Boat are a pop punk supergroup comprised of members of the best bands in the genre (The Steinways, Dear Landlord, The Ergs!).
1. Who Let The Dogs Out? 2. A Song In Which I Convince Myself To Stop Being Such A Fucking Idiot. More albums from House Boat. The Delaware Octopus. 21st Century Breakroom.
The Thorns is the only studio album by rock supergroup The Thorns. Released by Aware Records in 2003, it was produced by Brendan O'Brien following songwriting sessions by the three members before they officially became a band. Aware reissued the album in late 2003 with a bonus disc of the band performing the entirety of the album acoustically. The Thorns was a group that consisted of Matthew Sweet, Pete Droge and Shawn Mullins
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