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Strung Out - Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues flac album

Strung Out - Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues flac album
Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues
FLAC album size:
1876 mb
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4.4 ✪

This was Strung-Out's second full-length album, and is a showcase of the development of their sound leading up to 1998's "Twisted By Design" on which their metal influences became more apparent. This album however, while featuring the odd metal-influenced moment, is mainly pop-punk, albeit original and a million miles away from the crap that gets filed under pop-punk these days (I'm looking at you, Good Charlotte!). Strung Out have always had a knack of ending their albums with a real killer tune, and STWB is no exception, ending as it does with "Wrong Side Of The Tracks" (5/5). The song kicks off with a mental drum solo followed by some nice riffs and Jim's patented freight-train basslines.

Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues. Alternative Metal Strung Out. 乐队列表 Alternative Metal Strung Out Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues. Band Name Strung Out. Album Name Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues. 版公司 Fat Wreck Chords.

Strung Out's second album released in 1996 through Fat Wreck Chords. All rights reserved to Strung Out and Fat Wreck Chords. Tracklist: 1. Firecracker 0:00 2. Better Days 2:52 3. Solitaire 5:16 4. Never Good Enough 8:09 5. Gear Box 10:27 6. Monster 13:58 7. Bring Out Your Dead 16:19 8. Rottin' Apple 19:10 9. Radio Suicide 21:38 10. Somnombulance 23:51 11. Six Feet 26:14 12. Speedball 27:59 13. Wrong Side Of The Tracks 30:01. NHẬN XÉT. SxRG-Tháng trước. Man, this album meant so much to me when I was a teenager. I listened to it over and over, while I read books, while smoking when I was by myself, while doing everything.

Strung Out. Monster, 02:21. Bring Out Your Dead, 02:49. Rottin' Apple, 02:29. Radio Suicide, 02:16.

Free download and listen Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues. Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues. Strung Out. Style: punk. Tracks count: 13. Views: 7. Strung Out - Speed Ball 02:02. Strung Out - Solitaire 02:53. Strung Out - Gear Box 03:31.


1 Firecracker 2:52
2 Better Days 2:24
3 Solitaire 2:53
4 Never Good Enough 2:18
5 Gear Box 3:31
6 Monster 2:21
7 Bring Out Your Dead 2:51
8 Rottin' Apple 2:28
9 Radio Suicide 2:13
10 Somnombulance 2:23
11 Six Feet 1:45
12 Speedball 2:02
13 Wrong Side Of The Tracks 2:40
14 Jacqueline 0:00


  • Bass – Jim*
  • Cover – Jason*, Winni At 3AM*
  • Drums – Jordan*
  • Engineer – Ryan Greene
  • Engineer [2nd Engineer] – Shawn Burman
  • Guitar – Jake*, Rob*
  • Mixed By – Max Norman
  • Vocals – Jason*


The title is an amalgamation of Bob Dylan's song "Subterranean Homesick Blues" and a phrase from the song "Baba O'Riley" by The Who.
Digipak reissue with a bonus track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 51097-0794-2 3

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FAT537-2 Strung Out Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues ‎(CD, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT537-2 US 1996
FAT537-1 Strung Out Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues ‎(LP, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT537-1 US 1996
FAT537-4 Strung Out Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues ‎(Cass, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT537-4 US 1996
FAT794-1 Strung Out Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues ‎(LP, Album, RE) Fat Wreck Chords FAT794-1 US 2014

  • Ballalune
Maybe it's just me, but i felt that this reissue was pitched lower, especially when you hear the vocals. A good example of this is in the song, "Solitaire". If you listen to the 2014 reissue and then listen to the original 96 mix, it just sounds slowed down when comparing the two. It sounds good but not a fan of the pitch change on this reissue. I would rather recommend the 96 mix than this.
  • Meri
The re-issue is indeed a different mix, listened to the LP today and also the digital download, compared to the '96 version I already had. It's definitely different but it's more noticable on the bass/snares instead of the pitch... didn't notice that too much. The original mix is somewhat tighter but the re-issue is probably how they originally intended it to sound, as said in the liner notes.