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With Chamberlain Waits, one of 2010’s early punk standouts, The Menzingers have garnered comparisons to melodic punk heavyweights The Lawrence Arms and Sink or Swim-era The Gaslight Anthem, and rightfully so, as their sound seems to fall perfectly between the two. “Time Tables” is the stand out off their sophomore album and if there ever was a criteria to writing a fun punk song, they’ve got most of the boxes checked: harsh/melodic vocal trade offs, uptempo riffs, nostalgic/relatable lyrics, and sing-a-long gang vocals come together in what is surely one of the best punk songs 2010 will offer.

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tuk
05.20.10
totally agree with that one

SeaAnemone
05.20.10
yay!

Zizzer
05.20.10
I should really listen to these tracks of the day more often because I generally seem to enjoy them.

Satellite
05.20.10
yay! [2]

Awesome description, too, Kiran.

Channing
05.20.10
good record

EVedder27
05.20.10
awesome record

Minus The Flair
05.20.10
tuneage

DFelon204409
05.20.10
song is great

Sabottheory
05.24.10
this track sure is filthy
me likes

Sabottheory
05.27.10
sorry, this belongs to the Tomba - Disturbed blog post

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