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Okay so I really just wanted to make a topic of my own

PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 5:15 pm
by mithril721
I could probably have put this somewhere else, but oh well. I think this is the first thread I've created on this forum.

This is really a question for Yarny, but anyone else who wants to can answer it as well I guess. My brother wants to buy a Mustard Plug CD (he doesn't have any) and is trying to figure out which one to get. Which of their CDs do you think is the best, or which would you recommend most....? By the way, I'm still mad that I didn't get to go to that concert. Stupid friends and their stupid parents... and stupid other friends convincing me to go to a mutual friend's birthday thing instead of coming with me to the concert.....

PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 10:44 pm
by YarnIsland
Hey Mithril!

Thanks for the question, I am more then happy to help you. So unless they've come out with a new one in the past two years (it's possible), they currently have four. I will go through them all now.

Big Daddy Multitude- Their first cd. You know how some bands have an awesome first cd and they go down from there because it's hard to type? This isn't one of them. To me, I can clearly tell that it is there first cd. They seem pretty new at it, you know, the songs are too solid, although they are good. Out of the fourth, this is my least favorite, but there are still a couple really good songs on here.

Evildoers Beware!- Their 2nd cd. This cd is pretty much the awesome. It is tied for my favorite, along with the next one I will talk about. It's good pop-ska, but not at all too poppy. Some good, catchy songs. "Box" "Never Be" "You" and "Sadie Mae" are all great, great songs. I love this cd a lot.

Pray for Mojo- This would be their 3rd cd, and is tied for first in my heart. It is a bit more poppy (more songs about girls etc.) but I guess I have a thing for the poppyness. Some nice use of their two singer's voices, check out "Lolita" they both sing it and it's great. Also good is "Away from Here" "Throw a Bomb" and "Yesterday". "Yesterday" is the first songs of theres I've heard and got me hooked.

Yellow #5- Their fourth and newest (to me) cd. Do you like Weezer? Do you know how The Green Albom and every cd since then kinda seem like they just made the songs just for the sake to come out with a new cd? I mean, yeah there are great songs but some of them just seemed forced? That's kinda how this one is. It's my 2nd favorite, I still like it a lot. It's really short though, so I can listen to it really quickly and then that's that. "Not Enough" and "Already Gone" are two tracks that probably rate in my top ten favorite Mustard Plug songs ever.

And that's that. Hope I was so help. I would go for "Evildoers Beware" and "Pray for Mojo" and if you/your friends like them, try the other two out. All right.

PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2005 5:46 am
by mithril721
Thanks Yarn! I will discuss this with my brother...

Re: Okay so I really just wanted to make a topic of my own

PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2005 5:47 am
by Moniker
mithril721 wrote: By the way, I'm still mad that I didn't get to go to that concert.

Man. I hate that. I try being all responsible and thinking that I shouldn't go to a concert because I have to get up in the morning, or I have to study for an exam, but in the end, I always regret it. So I just learned to go. And I remember doing very well on the exams next day, too.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2005 1:25 pm
by mithril721
Okay so we ended up getting Evildoers Beware!

I really really like it.

He also bought CDs from Furillo, Big D and the Kid's Table, and MU330. Fun stuff. Just thought I'd update you on that...


PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2005 7:54 pm
by YarnIsland
So awesome!

I love. LOVE Said Mae. So catchy.