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Goodbye Blue & White


Download links and information about Goodbye Blue & White by Less Than Jake. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Punk, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 33:47 minutes.

Artist: Less Than Jake
Release date: 2002
Genre: Punk, Reggae, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 33:47
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No. Title Length
1. I Think I Love You 2:04
2. Losing Streak 1:56
3. Mixology of Tom Collins 2:06
4. Modern World 2:04
5. Yo-yo Ninja Boy 1:05
6. Dopeman (Remix) 2:27
7. Rock-n-roll Pozzeria 1:54
8. We're Not Gonna Take It 1:46
9. Son of Dick 1:29
10. Teenager In Love 1:32
11. Freeze Frame 2:30
12. Your Love 1:28
13. Scott Farcas Takes It On the Chin 2:47
14. Descant 1:48
15. Evil Has No Boundaries 2:09
16. Anti-Christ 1:42
17. Cheez 1:22
18. Mississippi Mud 0:25
19. Hamburger Hop 0:50
20. Kroq Song 0:23



In 2000, a Less Than Jake press release proudly noted that the band had 76 releases to its credit; presumably that number was accurate, for even hardcore fans had trouble keeping track of all the band's music. From the get-go, LTJ had peppered the scene with releases, appearing on dozens of compilations and unleashing singles with abandon — so many of both that their second full-length, 1996's Losers, Kings, and Things We Don't Understand, bundled 20 such offerings onto one CD. That same year, LTJ signed to Capitol Records, but that didn't change their modus operandi, as they celebrated their good fortune by swiftly handing their next three singles to a trio of indie labels, while gleefully continuing to record a plethora of tracks for compilations. Which brings listeners to Goodbye Blue & White, an album originally released in 1999, and dedicated exclusively to the band's ever harder to locate vinyl excursions. It's a wild ride, one that cries out for annotation or at least release dates, but the reissue provides neither, just shoving younger fans straight onto the roller-coaster ride that careens wildly across the years. Are LTJ getting tighter with time; is their sound subtly changing as the '90s progress; is their songwriting shifting? You won't answer any of those questions by listening to this set — you'll be too busy just trying to keep up as LTJ slam their way through original numbers and a slew of cover songs, the latter of which give some clue and a lot of red herrings to their own influences. As you'd expect, not everything within is of top quality, but there are good times galore regardless, and for fans a kaleidoscopic reminder of all that made the band so revered. Highlights include "Losing Streak," "Yo-Yo Ninja Boy," "Son of Dick," and "Descant," as well as a clutch of exuberant covers. [This two-disc reissue pairs the album with a DVD of the band performing many, but not all, of Goodbye's tracks live, and even includes a few numbers not on that set. The footage, of varying quality, was shot at a variety of clubs and outdoor venues, and bounces back and forth across time. Fans will have to work out for themselves just where and when it all came from, as no information is provided. Then again, who cares, when you can experience all the excitement of these shows for yourself.]