Download links and information about Start Static by Sugarcult. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 36:36 minutes.
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|1.||You're the One||1:50|
|2.||Stuck In America||2:56|
|3.||Hate Every Beautiful Day||3:26|
|4.||Bouncing Off the Walls||2:21|
|6.||Daddy's Little Defect||3:12|
|7.||Lost In You||3:32|
|8.||Pretty Girl (The Way)||3:28|
|10.||How Does It Feel||3:12|
|11.||I Changed My Name||5:40|
Sugarcult's debut disc is a quasi sugar-coated power pop album with punk overtones and a healthy dose of self-effacing humor. Escapism, skepticism, and a devil-may-care view of the world around them are the primary themes that weave their way into the lyrics on this high-energy stripped-to-the-bone collection by this frisky So-Cal quartet. As evidenced in the fiery anthem "Stuck in America," vocalist Tom Pagontta joyfully proclaims "everyone's talkin' 'bout blowing up the neighborhood/all I ever wanted to do was get away." "Saying Good-bye" is a pathos-filled paean of teenage heartbreak with an explosive chord progression so familiar that documenting it would seem like an accusation of plagiarism, which, in rock & roll of this nature, is an exercise in futility. "Bouncing Off the Walls" is yet another joust at the perils of romance, only this time the protagonist dips into his parent's cocaine stash to relieve the pain. On Start Static, Sugarcult has mastered the don't-bore-us-get-to-the-chorus approach to near perfection.