Their debut album Neighborhood Wildlife is packed with a dozen jams that absolutely kill it with every listen! The songs showcase a great mix of the shoutalong go-for-broke anthems super-prevalent in the basement scene of today's midwest and the ultra catchy head-bopping melodies that are the core of all pop punk past and present. The lyrics are smart, thoughtful and heartfelt without any hints of trying too hard to be anything they aren't. Frontdude Corey Ayd spends his time away from The Manix as a member of the professional punk rock group Banner Pilot, so there's a whole wealth of incredible music to feed off of right there. He also sings like the hell-spawn lovechild fathered by Billy "D4" Morirsette after having had his way with dreamboat Zack "Landlord" Gontard.
Neighborhood Wildlife (LP, Album, Red). It's Alive Records, All For Hope Records. Neighborhood Wildlife (LP, Album).
The Manix are a gruff-vocaled pop-punk band from Minneapolis, Minn. so it's probably easy to figure out their influences. While listening to Neighborhood Wildlife, you'll hear bits and pieces that will draw to mind names like Dillinger Four, Dear Landlord and Banner Pilot, the latter making sense given that the Manix feature Banner Pilot's Corey Ayd on guitar and vocals . You can stream the album on the band's Punknews.
Neighborhood Wildlife. 4 tracks · 2 March 2010. Stay low and go. Play album.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label It's Alive Records (catalog number IAR All For Hope Records (catalog number AFHR 004). This album was released in 2011-12-00 year. US. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album.
Wildlife is the third studio album by the British band Mott the Hoople. The album was originally released in 1971; in the UK by Island Records (catalogue number ILPS 9144) and in the US by Atlantic Records (cat. no. SD 8284). It was subsequently re-released by Angel Air in 2003 SJPCD159. It reached No. 44 in the UK Albums Chart in April 1971.