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Back On task

by Vitamin Party

The follow-up to their stunning debut album The Revenge, this album shows a real punk rock maturity, both in subject matter and craft, while still maintaining a sense of humor.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. She\'s Not The One
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2. Hijacked
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3. Stepladder
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4. Black Armband
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5. Pencils Down
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6. Wait It Out
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7. 3 Car Train
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8. Over the Counter
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9. Breakdown
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10. Ghost Note
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11. racEcar
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12. Robots and Beer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album made the Ray Lujan TOP TEN in Maximum Rock-n-Roll (MARCH 2009)

Twelve new songs from Vitamin Party- described by MRR as "high energy, lo-fi pop-punk with a bit of an edge." CLASH-like intensity, melodic like the BUZZCOCKS with definite hints of a time when pop-punk wasn't a dirty word, "Back on Task" is a self-produced DIY effort that stays stuck in your brain for weeks. "3 Car Train" is the new anthem for anyone stuck using public transportation, while "Hijacked" sums up the feelings for most of us alive during the past 8 years. End it all with "Robots and Beer," a sing-a-long about the future, and, well... let's face it, the title is pretty self-explanatory. Get in on what the SF Bay Area has known for the past 4 years.

In their spare time the boys of Vitamin Party write and puppeteer for the online show Animal Trash.

www.animaltrash.com


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Jason!!!!

Vitamin Party, fuck yeah!
All I can say is that up until I heard this album the only thing you would have heard me listening to was the hipitty hop. I heard this bumping out of someones car and KNEW I had to get this. I totally gave up all that ole shit and sign up to be a rocker. Because of these guys. Thank you Gordon.