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Bungy Report (essential Reading)

I took today off work to catch up on sleep and now I have time to waste making a list on Sputnik. 1-6 are the bands I saw the last two days chronologically, 7-13 are digs, 14-30 are albums/bands I plan on listening to soon. 31-41 are my favorite Plan-It-X releases, 42-49 are my favorite Red Scare Industries releases, 50-56 are my favorite It's Alive Records releases, 57-64 are my favorite Paper + Plastick releases, 65-86 aren't there, 87-100 don't exist either, 101-115 aren't possible
1Texas In July
I am

The August Burns Red show was at El Corazon in Seattle. I don't listen to any of the bands that played, but my buddy invited me and I live in the middle of Washington and there is absolutely fucking nothing to do there (which is why everyone here smokes weed). At the venue, the walls are sticky and the sound guy always fucks at least four things up, but that didn't deter 150 or so scenester tools from showing up early to catch their set. Texas in July looks like they should be back in a 10th grade classroom. I couldn't get into it, but they sounded crisp and the crowd loved them. Whatever. The highlight was when the person who was most likely the only cute girl there accidentally touched my junk when she moved past me.
2Set Your Goals
This Will Be the Death of Us

Whenever I go to shows I always hope bands have an enthusiastic and receptive audience, even if I don't like the music and want them to get off stage. Before Set Your Goals I was worried that the metalcore fans wouldn't be into them and make things awkward for everyone, but I was wrong about that. Everyone went nuts. Someone from ABR had a nerf gun and shot at Set Your Goals throughout their set. I kept trying to think of who their smaller singer (they have two for some fucking reason) reminded me of and after I realized he looked just like my 2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Jeffris.
3August Burns Red

These guys were pretty epic, I don't know their stuff though so all their songs blended together. The bassist looks like BJ Novak, which was moderately hilarious. The best song imo was Redemption which ended their set, and they dedicated to the Redeemer. Jesus no doubt was stoked about that.
4Four Year Strong
Enemy of the World

This concert was at WAMU Theatre with Rise Against headlining which means there were about 4000 more people there. I had the rare opportunity to see Set Your Goals two consecutive nights when Four Year Strong took the stage. I missed half of their set, because my fast food reliant friend spent 30 minutes at the Rite Aid restroom just before we got there. I didn't dig them too much.
5Bad Relgion
No Control

FUCKING FINALLY. One of my favorite bands of all time. Not the perfect set, but they still kicked ass playing mostly from New Maps of Hell, Dissent of Man and The Empire Strikes First and songs like American Jesus, Sorrow and Infected. I was hoping for like Generator or Epiphany or I Want to Conquer the World but they didn't come up. Greg Graffin is a damn legend.
6Rise Against
The Sufferer and the Witness

This was fun. The crowd always goes bonkers during their huge choruses. I'm tired of typing. Bad Religion > Rise Against
7For Science
Revenge for Hire

do not crowd surf on your stomach. You are kneeing and kicking people and I'm about to punch your weiner
8Regina Spektor
Soviet Kitsch
9 Night Birds
Midnight Movies Tape
10The Reaganomics
Lower the Bar
11Wingnut Dishwashers
Never Trust a Man Who Plays Guitar
12The Tangent
A Place in the Queue

One of the best prog albums I have ever heard, seriously amazing
13The Mountain Goats
14Foo Fighters
Wasting Light
15No Cash
Run Your Pockets
Body Talk
Is this Real?
18Title Fight
19Million Dead
A Song to Ruin
20Alkaline Trio
22Fear of Lipstick
23 Les Rallizes Dénudés
24Forgive Durden
Razia's Shadow: A Musical
25The Best Pessimist
To Whom it may Concern
Dying Away in the Deep Fall
27 Ceremony
all their shit
28 Dead Milkmen
a good album
29 squirtgun
their best one
30Umphrey's Mcgee
Anchor Drops
31Against Me!
Crime, As Forgiven By
32Andrew Jackson Jihad
Only God Can Judge Me
33 Captain Chaos
Bloomington Vol. 1
34Ghost Mice
Debt of the Dead
35 Matty Pop Chart
Good Old Water
36Michael Jordan Touchdown Pass
Cash, Money, Etc.
37Operation: Cliff Clavin
Freedom of Choice
38Paul Baribeau
Paul Baribeau
39The Taxpayers
To Risk so much for One Damn Meal
40This Bike is a Pipe Bomb
Front Seat Solidarity
41 Your Heart Breaks
New Ocean Waves
42Teenage Bottlerocket
43the Lillingtons
Death by Television
Four One Five Two
45The Copyrights
Make Sound
46The Menzingers
Hold On, Dodge
47The Brokedowns
Species Bender
48The Reaganomics
Lower the Bar
49The Heat Tape
Raccoon Valley Recordings
50 The Steinways
Promise It'll Never Happen Again
51House Boat
The Delaware Octopus
52 Gent Bent
Dead It
53The Copyrights/The Dopamines
Songs About Fucking Up
54The Dopamines
The Dopamines
55Chinese Telephones
Chinese Telephones
56 For Science
Way out of Control
57Red City Radio
The Dangers of Standing Still
58Make do and Mend
End Measured Mile
59The Dopamines
Expect the Worst
60The Riot Before
61We are the U nion
Great Leaps Forward
62A Wilhelm Scream
A Wilhelm Scream
Aim and Ignite
64Shook Ones
The Unquotable A.M.H.
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