Dummy Up: summertimepoppunkROCK

Artist Song Buy
Screeching Weasel  Cool Kids  buy on itunes
The Queers  Tamara is a Punk  buy on itunes
Chixdiggit!  My Restaurant  buy on itunes
Groovie Ghoulies  Vampire Girl  buy on itunes
Green Day  The Grouch  buy on itunes
The Mopes  Baby Doll  buy on itunes
The Mr. T Experience  Love is Dead  buy on itunes
Common Rider  True Rulers  buy on itunes
The Queers  Today I Fell in Love  buy on itunes
The Donnas  Who Invited You?  buy on itunes
Groovie Ghoulies  The Highwayman  buy on itunes
buy on itunes
The Mr. T Experience  The Weather is Here...Wish You Were Beautiful  buy on itunes
The Queers  Mrs. Brown You've got an Ugly Daughter  buy on itunes
Screeching Weasel  Dummy Up  buy on itunes
Pinhead Gunpowder  My Boot in Your Face is What Keeps Me Alive  buy on itunes
The Mr. T Experience  Sackcloth and Ashes  buy on itunes
The Riverdales  Outta Sight  buy on itunes
Groovie Ghoulies  Free Bird  buy on itunes
The Queers  Born to do Dishes  buy on itunes
The Mr. T Experience  The Future Ain't What it Used to Be  buy on itunes
Groovie Ghoulies  Bye Bye Brain  buy on itunes
The Queers  See You Later F***Face  buy on itunes

Comment:

Because sometimes you just want to rock out and not have to think about anything...and because the Ramones rule.
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JustinThunderLiger
Date: 8/8/2003
When I first read the title I thought it was gonna be the new pop "punk" the kids are listening to these days. Thank god for the 90s. Ever heard of Lookout records? ;)And the ramones indeed rule, but where are they on this mix? Fanriffic stuff here.
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victoreatworld
Date: 8/8/2003
This looks truly good.
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Mike Eternity
Date: 9/9/2003
Just 'cuz it's not Sum 41, New Found Glory, and Good Charlotte doesn't mean these aren't pop-"punk" songs. The Ramones by nature were pretty poppy, and their influences, as catalogued here, followed suit dutifully. Great mix, by the way. "(She's My) Vampire Girl" is the best Ghoulies song, and "Cool Kids" is awesome. Since you were kind of referencing The Ramones, though, I would've advised some tracks from Screeching Weasel's tribute album, especially the original cuts they included at the end that just SOUND exactly like covers of nonexistent Ramones songs. Nonetheless, bravo :)

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