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White Wires – WWII LP/CD available now!



November 25th 2010


White Wires – WWII LP/CD available now!

Ottawa bubblegum garage explosion! A sun-soaked garage-pop gem that will satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth. Simple, haunting, instantly memorable pop songs that’ll leave you glad to be alive.

First 200 copies are on WHITE vinyl, and are available exclusively from http://www.greennoiserecords.com!

White vinyl LPs are $11, black vinyl and CD’s are $10. All copies come with download code.

Free shipping if yer order is $25 or more! (US customers only, sorry!)

This will be available on Itunes and to stores/distros on 11/30. Trades, please get in touch.

CLICK HERE to download Be True To Your School (’Til You Get Kicked Out)

Track List:

1. Let’s Go To The Beach
2. Roxanne
3. Did You Forget My Name
4. I Can Tell
5. Just Wanna Be With You
6. Be True To Your School (’Til You Get Kicked Out)
7. Popularity
8. Hands
9. Are You Mad
10. Outta My Mind
11. Summer Girl
12. Bye Bye Baby

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REVIEW: Due Date

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Director Todd Phillips has brought us some pretty good stuff so far, The Hangover, School for Scoundrels, and Old School to name a few. Now he takes us on a journey that seems like we may have been on before, Due Date. The story of the odd couple pairing of straight laced serious guy Robert Downey Jr and wacky man Zach Galifianakis and their journey across the country. Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr) is trying to get home to his pregnant wife, a chance with screw up Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) lands him on a no fly list so he is unable to simply hop on a plane to his wife. Further complications of losing his wallet leave him with the only choice of taking an impromptu road trip with our lovable obnoxious slob where wacky hijinks ensue. Granted Peter isn’t trying to get home for Thanksgiving, and there is no classic car fire scene but this movie does sound a whole lot like the John Hughes classic Planes, Trains & Automobiles staring the brilliant team of Steve Martin and John Candy. I’m not sure how intentional this was by the writers but this really borders on remake territory. Luckily for my rage over remakes and the audience watching this, the movie does stand on its own two feet. In just over an hour and a half, your average classic comedy time, this movie does pull in a lot of good laughs; it’s pretty goddamn funny actually. Granted some people may say Zach Galifianakis plays the same guy in every movie, or that Robert Downey Jr is washed up, but fuck them, even if it’s true it all works out for this one. Anybody that likes your odd ball buddy comedy movies will thoroughly enjoy this one; it’s one of the better comedies I’ve seen all year.

Get Due Date from Amazon HERE


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