I Don't Want to Grow Up

Descendents - I Don't Want to Grow Up
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1985 Ratings: #30
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January 1, 1985 / Release Date
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Milo goes to pre school
If you liked the bands first record, then you'll find lots to love about this record. With a less gritty production and a more cohesive soundscape, it's a more streamlined Descendents album. It's still got the group talking about the usual nerdy 'angry white boy' oddness that was on their last record, but with a little bit more musical coherency. Surprisingly, one of the bands that came to mind when listening to this was The Cure's debut album (especially on the second half of the album), with ... read more
The follow up to Milo Goes To College that also helped set the groundwork for a future mid/late 1990s punk scene. Cleaner sound, yet still the punkness is there. Everytime Good Good Things hits I'm in awe.
Ultra-catchy punk rock with a much more accessible sound than Milo Goes to College. My World and Good Good Things are some of my favorite songs of all time. Descendents will always be one of my favorite bands.
Cleaner production but the same punk spirit.
Descendents are just as lively and fun on their second album.
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Added on: August 10, 2015