Bowling for Soup turns 20!
2014-02-19 by Conexus | 34 Comments
On June 4th, the Texas punkrockers Bowling for Soup are turning 20! In celebration of that,
the band will be releasing their first (official) greatest hits collection entitled "Songs
People Actually Liked – Volume 1 – The First 10 Years". As the title sugest,
the album will contain re-recorded songs from their 7 first records:

Bowling for Soup (1994)
Cell Mates (1996)
Rock on Honorable Ones!! (1997)
Tell Me When to Whoa (1998)
Let's Do It for Johnny!! (2000)
Drunk Enough to Dance (2002)
A Hangover You Don't Deserve (2004)

The band are asking for fan suport in the funding of the album through Pladgemuic. More
info about the album and project can be found here:
http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/bfsgreatesthits
Tagged: Bowling for Soup

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Kris.
February 19th 2014
12345 Comments


oh boy!!!!!!!!!!!!

Spec
February 19th 2014
27170 Comments


nhl 2004

Kris.
February 19th 2014
12345 Comments


your link is broken

and i hope this doesn't get funded because fuck this band

Green Baron
February 19th 2014
20000 Comments


such a landmark achievement

GmemberKills
February 19th 2014
800 Comments


Gah, as a kid i use to jam out to that song "Girl all the Bad Guys Want". I can't believe their still a band though lmfao. Shoulda died with my childhood.

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SnakeDelilah
February 19th 2014
7196 Comments


1985

and nhl 2004 [2]

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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2014
19756 Comments


"and i hope this doesn't get funded because fuck this band"

It will. Their last full length was fan funded




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PostMesmeric
February 19th 2014
368 Comments


Their cover of A Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran (So Far Away)" that they did for the dub of Saint Seiya should be on this collection.

Apollo
February 19th 2014
10307 Comments


band sucks

Midjicka
February 19th 2014
231 Comments


i've always hated this band

Satellite
February 19th 2014
20816 Comments


oh man that one song in nhl that references fat mike was so fucking annoying

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TheGreatQ
February 19th 2014
1396 Comments


This band still exists?

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Ending
February 19th 2014
1914 Comments


I'm almost as old as these guys cool.

Ending
February 19th 2014
1914 Comments


As in almost as old as their career.

KriegdemKriege
February 19th 2014
1084 Comments


I love these guys. Their shows are a lot of fun and they're some of the nicest people in the world. I hope this gets funded.

KriegdemKriege
February 19th 2014
1084 Comments


By the way, the link doesn't work.

Spluger
February 19th 2014
1146 Comments


It's too bad their vocalist is the voice for Chuck E. Cheese cus' I gotta hear that shit over all kinds of covers every time I go to work there.

Spec
February 19th 2014
27170 Comments


nhl 2004 was still best soundtrack

tacos N stuff
February 19th 2014
359 Comments


1985 is really all that matters












and it was a cover..

Spec
February 19th 2014
27170 Comments


whooo whooo whooo

KriegdemKriege
February 19th 2014
1084 Comments


Bowling for Soup is the Quiet Riot of pop punk. Omg I just came up with that now.

TheGreatQ
February 19th 2014
1396 Comments


I know 4 songs that they do and two are covers.

someguest
February 19th 2014
20563 Comments


Bowling for Soup is the Quiet Riot of pop punk. Omg I just came up with that now.


laff laff laff

Crawl
February 20th 2014
1618 Comments


i bet they have a shitload of money, what a lame move

Pheromone
February 20th 2014
3506 Comments


I doubt it @Crawl

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Crawl
February 20th 2014
1618 Comments


they have quite a big fanbase

KriegdemKriege
February 20th 2014
1084 Comments


Crawl, not a chance!

They haven't been popular since 2006. They got dropped from their major label and have been doing small club shows.

fleshstorm94
February 20th 2014
107 Comments


Ive always liked Bowling For Soup they are pretty nice guys

Futures
February 20th 2014
10705 Comments


fun band

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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
February 20th 2014
19756 Comments


ya, they're just fun to listen to sometimes

Crawl
February 20th 2014
1618 Comments


I also like them. Mostly because of nostalgia, but still.

luketoast
February 21st 2014
6 Comments


this band brings the hooks. they just always suffered from terrible lyrics. and not taking themselves seriously.

someguest
February 21st 2014
20563 Comments


I wonder what Bowling For Bisque thinks about all of this.

nylertickel2
February 22nd 2014
167 Comments


"Their cover of A Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran (So Far Away)" that they did for the dub of Saint Seiya should be on this collection."

holy shit that was a good show



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