The Hate My Day Jobs | Out of Control

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Out of Control

by The Hate My Day Jobs

Out of Control has been compared to a punch to the face. Loud, aggressive, desperate, all energy. And you can dance to it.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Counterpoint
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2. Outta Control
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3. Pins and Needles
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4. Killing Time
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5. Simple Life
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6. Psycho Psycho
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7. Admit It
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8. Mr. Right
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9. Can't Believe It
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Album Notes
"Relentlessly enthusiastic punk rock vagabonds." -- New York Magazine

"...a throwback to the punk attitude of the late 70s...full of in-your-face rebellion – after just one song I found myself with a quickened pulse, shortened breath, and the urge to punch something. " -- Deli Magazine

"Finally, these four New York City dudes captured in their name the plight of most musicians since the dusk of time. So how’s the music? Damn good, actually. A vocalist who sounds like a better- adjusted Jad Fair fretfully barks over frayed-nerve garage rock that colors outside of the lines with deft disdain, somewhere between the White Stripes and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion...The Hate My Day Jobs execute it as if something vital is at stake and make this jaded old critic care. If they play their cards right (whatever that means for a rock group in 2012), the Hate My Day Jobs may soon render their handle obsolete." -- The Stranger

"Dan, Artie, and Glenn hate their day jobs. So do you, you say? Well, did you take the ennui that is your life and turn it into paying gigs that make the kids dance? We didn’t think so." -- Blackbook

"You’re sweating. You’re woozy. Your clothes are torn. And you’re a little bloody...After a Day Jobs gig, there’s no way you’re getting laid...because compared to these boys you are, at best, half a man. Still, you got fucking rocked, right?"
-- Pinpoint Music

"...rough around the edges punk rock with a sassy downtown sensibility. The vocals sound like they might tear through your speakers at any moment...the chorus is so incredibly sweet that you’ll be completely high on pure rock fury before the second verse even rolls around." -- Breakthru Radio

"Garagey swagger rock, male vocs ring of Television on meth, good ballsy rock and fucking roll. Guitar bass and drums, no fucking around...Epic anthemic stuff. All tracks great! Play any/all!" -- KZSU Radio, Stanford

"Garage/punk rock delivered with a bit of a Richard Hell sneer." -- SSG Music

"Out of control, I’m out of control, I’m a teenager in the body of a 25-year-old. Sogoodsogoodsogoodsogoodsogood." -- KZSC Radio, Santa Clara

"This band is rugged and raw, and I fucking love it. The music video for Mr. Right is near music video perfection. I haven’t liked a animal mascot character so much since Daft Punk’s Da Funk, and Mr. Right’s tale of rockstardom, from rise to fall, is so real and believable, you almost forget your watching a dude in a bunny suit the whole damn time. Whoops." Stampede 6


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