Campbell, CA - Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards - Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards (CD, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
If Lars Frederiksen 's first solo project was a welcome addition to the Rancid family, his second record is Album) a dog crawling back home after rolling in something very rancid. Viking is a generic record made up of by-the-numbers punk tracks unaided by minor things like melodies, thoughtful lyrics, or surprises. The sound is ultraprocessed and hook-free, the musicians competent at best.
In fact, of the songs are about Lars and his self-mythology, most CA - Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards - Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards (CD on the last track on the record, "The Viking.
It feels like the kind of record bands like Zeppelin and Grand Funk were making in the '70s, the kind of bland, irrelevant record punk aimed to wipe out.
Having Armstrongwho has one of the best and most distinctive voices around, Campbell, sing a track also points out one major flaw of the record, that being Frederiksen 's generically gruff and tuneless voice.
Listening to Rancid albums, you would have no idea Campbell something so lame could come from their ranks. It's sad but true, and Viking is the proof.
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Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Reviewer Rating. User Rating. With their second release, VikingLars Frederiksen and the Bastards return with twice the musical fury and creativity of their self-titled debut and about ten times the stupidity. While the new album, which was produced and co-written by Tim Armstrong, blasts out of your speakers with the unbridled intensity that was missing from Rancid's latest effort, it's completely devoid of the lyrical sophistication, conscience or charm that Frederiksen's other band can showcase.
Instead, we get nearly 40 minutes of Lars bragging about rolling with his crews, fucking prostitutes and underage girls, getting in fights, drinking, doing dope and brandishing weapons.
And unlike the release, there doesn't seem to be a point to it. This time around, rather than Campbell about his violent and wild youth in Campbell, he's singing like he never grew up at all. And there's not a shred of social commentary not that anyone necessarily should be looking to the Bastards for that or even gritty poetry to be found on this disc, like there was in some of the band's memorable songs from three years ago.
Even the album art is a little questionable. The insert booklet is filled with pictures of Lars posing with naked groupies in hotel rooms plus one of S.
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