Internet dating superstuds tracklist
The Kung Fu label had been started in 1996 by Vandals members Joe Escalante and Warren Fitzgerald and had already released a Vandals Christmas album and several re-releases of the band’s older material.
It was the band's first album after their permanent move to Kung Fu, after having fulfilled their contract with Nitro Records in 2000.
Let's face it - if you're going to decide they've sold out, or changed, or whatever it is bitter punks do when their sense of being nieve dies - you would have done that several albums ago. Look what I almost Stepped in has Behind the Music. It does what the vandals want, gets you set up for the album. Like a love affair with a recently divorced, SUV driving soccer mom. We'll All Get Laid almost makes me think of Live, Fast Diharrea (my personal favorite). Little Weirdo makes you think of that 80s movie featuring John Cuzack, Better Off Dead, where John's little brother escapes the earth while the credits roll.
As reported last week, Shania's "Still The One" Las Vegas show was scheduled to be released on DVD/Blu-ray February 9 in the UK.The Vandals latest effort, Internet Dating Superstuds, is good. The Vandals generally seem to put their CDs together the same way every time - a quick, fast, hard hitting song has seemingly always taken space number one. Then there's some amusing filler - Appreciate My Honesty and I'm Becoming You are good, but nothing to cause you to run screaming up to the front of a pit, singing the words, arms above head. Once agian, the vandals unique creativity and song writing (read as: insanity) shines thru. I Can't Wait you may like, if you've been in such a situation. Alas, I'm having a really hard time coming up with anything inspired to say. Disproportioned Head is the first song after 43210-1 that really makes a distinctive mark. Still, it's not yet time to give up on the Vandals and their ho-hum jokes.Everyone from Weird Al Yankovic to Leonard Cohen have put out some crummy albums here and there.