Total (Teenage Bottlerocket album). Total is the second album by the American pop punk band Teenage Bottlerocket. It was released on April 12, 2005 on Red Scare Records. The album was recorded at The Blasting Room by Andrew Berlin and Bill Stevenson. Radio" and "Blood Bath at Burger King", which were previously released on a split 7" with Prototipes, were recorded October 29 and 30, 2004
Teenage Bottlerocket is an American punk rock band formed in Laramie, Wyoming, United States in 2000. The band was formed by twin brothers Ray and Brandon Carlisle, following the dissolution of their previous band, Homeless Wonders, in 2000. The band's music is heavily influenced by guitarist and co-vocalist Kody Templeman's other band, The Lillingtons, and punk rock acts such as Ramones, Screeching Weasel, Green Day, Bouncing Souls, and Misfits.
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Total is right up at the top with the best pop-punk out there nowadays overtly indebted to the Ramones, the quartet blasting through each song with an undeniable energy and a self-deprecating sense of humor that never lets up and never lets down. Whether they're singing about haplessly trying to land a date or later trying to simply lose the girl, Teenage Bottlerocket seem like those guys in high school who were just doing their own thing, happy with their friends and punk 7"s, and unconcerned with anything else. They may not tread any new ground, but it hardly matters here.
Listen to music from Teenage Bottlerocket like Skate or Die, Bigger Than Kiss & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Teenage Bottlerocket. Teenage Bottlerocket is a pop-punk/punk rock band from Laramie, Wyoming, formed in 2001. The band was formed by twin brothers Ray and Brandon Carlisle after their previous band Homeless Wonders broke up in 2000, and is completed by Kody Templeman and Miguel Chen. The band's music is heavily influenced by Kody's other band, The Lillingtons.