Silver Linings

Less Than Jake - Silver Linings
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 17 ratings
December 11, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Pure Noise / Label
Ska Punk, Pop Punk / Genres
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Looks like all the oldschool Ska-Punk bands are releasing music, first the new goldfinger album now this. Surprise surprise this album is great I love the upbeat vibe of of the first 11 songs, and the 12th is a nice relaxed song which I think works well to end off the album. Definatelty a step up from their previous album which was decent but didn't live up to the classics.


Probably the best Ska punk band of all time. Let's see how this one is.


I dont even know why or how i heard this album. I saw it on a new releases tab from spotify and thought to myself, thats an intresting cover, and i started thinking what genre it could be based on the album cover, i thought metal... but i never could have expected Ska Punk. To be completely honest i know nothing about ska punk, i never heard any ska punk in my life up to this point, but one's for sure now, its just not for me. This album started on a decent note with the opener, high cost of ... read more

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Track List

  1. The High Cost Of Low Living
  2. Lie to Me
  3. Keep On Chasing
  4. Anytime And Anywhere
  5. The Test
  6. Dear Me
  7. Monkey Wrench Myself
  8. King Of The Downside
  9. Lost At Home
  10. Move
  11. Bill
  12. So Much Less
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Added on: December 11, 2020