No Use for a Name   Don't Miss the Train
3.5 Release Date: 1992
Tracklist

 Ratings (19) Give your Rating

2.5 averageConor Swift Christian | May 7th 13

It is decent, not the best but "Thorn in My Side" and "Born Addicted" are just the only two good songs i think for this album

Bump

4.5 superbjustapunk | April 10th 11

This a huge step forward from incognito and a journey into their future sound

Bump

5.0 classicdeaner65 | June 16th 10

Don't Miss The Train is an awesome song. Also Born Addicted and Thorn In My Side. This album is significantly faster than their later albums. It is not as melodious as their later stuff but I like the energy in it. Plus the guy's face on the original album cover, (not shown here), looks similar to the guys face that is melting on Demolition Hammer's album "Tortured Existence". That is kick ass! :D

Bump

3.0 goodericsean311 | March 12th 14
3.5 greattmoram86 | February 6th 14
3.5 greatRangerFan | November 26th 13
2.5 averagebeeaans | June 3rd 13
3.5 greatsatanwitchfinder | April 7th 13
3.5 greatgocsa666 | September 22nd 12
5.0 classicdesecrator09 | September 12th 12
3.5 greatdelajetsetradio | September 2nd 12
4.0 excellentFleeba | June 15th 12
3.5 greatScott Surette | May 23rd 12
3.5 greatGuanoBumbershoot | May 6th 12
3.5 greatdivoz | October 14th 11
2.5 averageTrey Spencer STAFF | May 7th 11
4.5 superbDeanJKaufman | November 15th 10
3.0 goodowl316 | October 5th 10
2.5 averagedeepmofo43 | April 23rd 10

Give Your Opinion on Don't Miss the Train


You have to be logged in to rate this album Login | Create a Profile

FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2014 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy