Pennywise “About Time (Remastered)”

Album Reviews | Jul 7th, 2005

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Record Label: Epitaph
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Epitaph has released Pennywise’s first four albums. Not really sure why they had to re-master “About Time” and “Full Circle” though. The audio quality seemed perfectly fine. At least to me it did but i’m sure it’s just a marketing ploy to get more kids to buy the older music, and to help promote Pennywise’s new album. But whatever, they are remastered and they are seriously a must have for any punk fan. This CD could be one of the ultimate skating or surfing CDs. I can just picture seeing surfers or skaters doing their shit with “Peaceful Day” playing over the the montage footage. Actually I think I have seen that on a surfer show haha. “About Time” is the last album that founding member /bassist Jason Thirsk played on and it’s just really sad to think about that whole situation. “Waste of Time” could very well be one of my favorite Pennywise songs, musically and lyrically. The whole album is filled with great lyrics, in your face punk anthems that still hold up ten years later. Damn, 95 was ten years ago. Holy crap, where has the time gone!? Anyway, if you already own this CD, there’s really no need to get it again.

Bottom Line: One of my favorite punk CDs. Get this album if you don’t already own it.
Notable Tracks: Peaceful Days, Waste of Time, Every Single Day, Searching, Same Old Story
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