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Against Me Wagon Wheel Album
- Wagon Wheels are a snack food in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland which have a marshmallow centre and are covered in a chocolate flavoured coating. They are produced and distributed by Burton's Foods.
- "Wagon Wheel" is a song originally sketched by Bob Dylan and later completed by Old Crow Medicine Show. Thom Jurek, , Allmusic
- Against Me! is a punk rock band formed in 1997 in Gainesville, Florida. Their first full-length album, released on No Idea Records in 2002, was Against Me! Is Reinventing Axl Rose.
- Against Me!, the self-titled 12" by punk band Against Me! was their first real release. However, due to a mastering defect on the vinyl, only 145 copies were ever released to the public, 50 of which were sold at the record release party.
- Against Me!, also known as The Acoustic EP, is the second widely-distributed release by the punk band Against Me!. No tracks on the album contain any electric instruments or drums, only acoustic guitars and an acoustic bass.
- A collection of recordings, on long-playing record, cassette, or compact disc, that are issued as a single item
- one or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audiotape and compact disc
- a book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes; for organizing photographs or stamp collections etc
- An album or record album is a collection of related audio or music tracks distributed to the public. The most common way is through commercial distribution, although smaller artists will often distribute directly to the public by selling their albums at live concerts or on their websites.
- A blank book for the insertion of photographs, stamps, or pictures
White Crosses (Limited Edition)
'White Crosses' is as powerful and as bold a rock record as one can imagine. The band roars like fighter jets screaming over a stadium on the anthemic title-track (with its shout along line about smashing the 4,000 crosses on a local church's lawn, ones that signify the number of babies aborted each day in the U.S.). Joining that is the escapist fury of 'Spanish Moss,' and the short stick of dynamite, 'Rapid Decompression.'
'New Wave' eschewed some of the roughness of the band's earlier efforts, but 'White Crosses' goes even further in filling out the band's wallop. With its twinkling piano and a glorious whoa-oa chorus, 'Because Of The Shame' could be an outtake from Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Born To Run.' 'Ache With Me' is a slow-jam that would make Paul Westerberg blush, while 'High Pressure Low' is Billy Idol meets fellow Gainesville native Tom Petty.
'This is my Florida record,' says Gabel. 'I spent a lot of time writing this record while driving directionless on forgotten Florida state roads, highly caffeinated, with albums like [Petty's] 'Full Moon Fever' blasting on my stereo.'
And the final one of the Wagon Wheel triplet (not intended as a triplet), this one on the ground and a bit more rustic, if cluttered in the background. I did my best to have a shallow focus in order to minimize the clutter.
One thing I could have done better- I focused on the rusted nut in the center, which is closest to me. I wasted half my depth of field. I should have switched to manual focus, and focused halfway between the nut and the spokes (in the z-plane)- that would have maximized my depth of field with the existing f-stop setting, while still rendering the background blurry. This is called hyperfocal, and I really should make more use of it in the future.
Hold it Against Me - Britney Spears (Live from the Femme Fatale tour)
WOW! is like i have my first free weekend without any homework haha
hope you like this cover,
i'm still making that wonderful tour in covers.
against me wagon wheel album
Making their debut studio album, New Wave produces Against Me!, raising the agressive folk-punk, anarchist protest music up from the underground.
Against Me! made the mistake of releasing one of the more beloved independent label debuts of the decade with 2002's Reinventing Axl Rose, and have been playing a game of catch-up ever since. Tom Gabel's Billy-Bragg-meets-the-Clash songcraft melded punk and folk, the political and the personal, and rocked pretty damn hard as well. Their output since then, while not at all disappointing, has necessarily lacked that shock of discovery. But with New Wave, one gets the sense that the band is hoping to finally move on. Released on a major label with big-time producer Butch Vig onboard, it's a rock record, full of straight-up stomp and swagger. Tracks like "Thrash Unreal" and "Americans Abroad" tear it up with a party-band brashness reminiscent of something like Rocket From the Crypt, or even Jimmy Eat World. But of course, Gabel has more on his mind than just a good time, and beneath the headbanging is a core of frustration and burning discontent with the world, with fame, with being chronically misunderstood. Lines like "you have to fight to stay in control of the situation" (from "Borne on the FM Waves of the Heart") and "are you restless like me?" (from "Up the Cuts") keep barking out from under the guitars, culminating in the soul-searching final track, "The Ocean." You'll have a good time with New Wave, but a sense of unease will be there in the morning, picking at your brain like a memory you can't quite place. --Matthew Cooke
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