Everything Sucks is the fifth studio album by American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1996 through Epitaph Records. It was their first album of new studio material since 1987's All, after which singer Milo Aukerman had left the band to pursue a career in biochemistry.
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This album shines. So pick it up, along with Milo Goes, Somery, and ALL, DESCENDENTS = GOODNESS. Highlights of this album are "We", Sick O Me, Caught, This Place, When I Get Old, Hateful Notebook, Coffee Mug, She Loves Me, and my favorite song Rotting Out, overall this album wont dissapoint anybody who is a fan of punk or pop-punk for that matter.
This album showcases a more mature sound for the Descendents, after Milo Aukerman returns from college. It however will not disappoint. It is a great album from start to finish, and certain tracks do remind you of their earlier days. My favorite tracks on the album are I'm the One, Let Me Let You, We, and Thank You.
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On an undisclosed date in 1996, deemed by some as Science's Finest Hour, Milo hung up his lab coat and the Descendents began work on a new LP. Produced by Bill and Stephen at the band's own studio in Ft. Collins, CO (aptly dubbed The Blasting Room), "Everything Sucks" picks up EXACTLY where the Descendents left off.
- September 24, 1996
Band: DescendentsAlbum: Everything SucksYear: 1996
- 33 min
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Everything Sucks is the fifth studio album by the American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1996 through Epitaph Records. It was their first album of new studio material since 1987’s...
Many hiatuses, genre changes and rejections later, Milo (the singer) is a biochemist and the band releases one of their most popular LP"s, Everything Sucks, a return to their older years. Beneath the fast paced riffage and hardcore drumming beats the heart of Descendents. A pop-punk band with heart?
Everything Sucks, an Album by Descendents. Released 24 September 1996 on Epitaph (catalog no. 86481-2; CD). Genres: Skate Punk, Punk Rock. Rated #526 in the best albums of 1996. Featured peformers: Milo Aukerman (vocals), Stephen Egerton (producer, engineer), Bill Stevenson (drums, producer, engineer), Chad Price (backing vocals), Jason Livermore (additional engineer), Andy Wallace (mixer ...
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