Japandroids - Post-Nothing

Japandroids - Post-Nothing
CRITIC SCORE
82
Based on 15 reviews
2009 Rank: #27 / 539
USER SCORE
83
Based on
53 ratings

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Disliking teen-pop gets you cast as some sort of rockist Luddite these days, but beyond the fact that most of it doesn't sound like stuff I'd have wanted to hear as a high schooler, it doesn't feel like music for teens either. (Hell, it's more tween-pop than teen-pop anyway.) But what about the kind of stuff that, say, the "1979" video lionized-- breaking into your folks' liquor cabinet, obliterating the speed limit despite just getting your learner's permit, leaving your hometown for the first time and discovering how small it feels. What about jamming out with your best bud and deciding to call it a band?

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JFulfy
97
Best Drummer ever. Makes you feel like you area listening to a group of 10 people, however these friends create so much fun, and hilarious lyrical musical. This is amazing album, always keeps bringing me back for more.
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DETAILS

RELEASED: April 28, 2009
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Unfamiliar
GENRE: Garage Rock
WEBSITE: japandroids.com
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END OF YEAR LISTS
# 25 - A.V. Club
# 39 - NME
# 3 - No Ripcord
# 15 - Pitchfork
# 35 - PopMatters
# 9 - Pretty Much Amazing
# 16 - Spin
# 21 - Stereogum
Track List
  1. The Boys Are Leaving Town
  2. Young Hearts Spark Fire
  3. Wet Hair
  4. Rockers East Vancouver
  5. Heart Sweats
  6. Crazy-Forever
  7. Sovereignty
  8. I Quit Girls
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