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Pack Up The Cats Import


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Page Artiste Local H


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (19 mai 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Polygram Label Group
  • ASIN : B00000G6RL
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. All-Right (Oh, Yeah)
  2. 'Cha!' Said The Kitty
  3. Lucky
  4. Hit The Skids Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love The Rock
  5. 500,000 Scovilles
  6. What Can I Tell You?
  7. Fine And Good
  8. Lead Pipe Cinch
  9. Cool Magnet
  10. She Hates My Job
  11. Stoney
  12. Laminate Man
  13. All The Kids Are Right
  14. Deep Cut
  15. Lucky Time

Disque : 2

  1. It's A Long Way To The Top
  2. Answering Machine

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HASH(0x99e1e45c) étoiles sur 5 An overlooked, but PERFECT album 6 janvier 2003
Par wellwellwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Do not let the mere eight reviews for Pack Up The Cats lead you to believe this is not an excellent all-around album. And if you look closely, you'll notice not one of those reviews are 4-, 3-, 2-, or 1-star reviews; they are all 5-star`d reviews. There's something to be said for that. Since I live in Wisconsin and Local H is from Illinois, the three songs "All The Kids Are Right", "All-Right (Oh, Yeah)", and "It's A Long Way To The Top" (AC/DC cover song on disc two) were played every once in a great while; at the time of the album's release. If you have heard any of those tracks, let it be known they are not the only good songs. Every song here (even the one-minute tracks) is good if not excellent. Here's an overview of each song:
1. All-Right (Oh, Yeah) - this awesome track really sets the tone for the entire CD. It's very catchy; and includes some great lyrics and quotes. There is a very rare single version disc floating around somewhere (on Ebay primarily), and that's for good reason.
2. "Cha!" Said The Kitty - from what I understand, Scott Lucas loves kitties. This is actually one of my personal favorites on PUTC; as the lyrics are both brilliant and humorous (for example: `I don't wanna be a rat / and you don't want a kitty cat'). Don't be deceived by its silly title.
3. Lucky - this 49-second track is basically an outro to track two; or maybe an intro to "Lucky Time" (the final track). But either way the continual meowing cats in the background and overall lyrics make it fun to listen to.
4. Hit The Skids Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Rock - when it comes to straight-up rock songs, it doesn't get any better than this. The guitar sound here is very intriguing and probably makes this one of the album's better songs. "Answering Machine" (on disc two) plays in the background as well.
5. 500,000 Scovilles - although only 1.5-minutes long, this track really stands out. The lyrics are simplistic, yet unbelievably awesome: `I'm living well / I'm working out / I'm eating right'. There are no gaps before and after this song; so there's a chance you may overlook it.
6. What Can I Tell You? - this song is very similar to song four. It has a flawless guitar sound backed by very interesting lyrics. It's actually one of the CD's longer songs (at 4:52); and is carried out by 30 seconds of beautifully melodic whistles, courtesy of drummer Joe Daniels. Classical!
7. Fine And Good - track seven sort of calms the tempo down. This has always been a favorite of mine; mainly because it's so diverse and different when compared to previous and latter songs. And with that softer sound comes more stellar lyrics.
8. Lead Pipe Cinch - here's another one of those quote-unquote: `filler tracks'. But I will say this may hold Pack Up The Cat's most excellent quote: `something in my mind won't let my heart and head and mouth connect...'. For a one-minute track, it's remarkably amazing.
9. Cool Magnet - the guitar work here is great; as Stone Temple Pilots' guitarist Dean DeLeo makes a splendid appearance. This is most likely the third best song on the album. It features more great lyrics in the vein of school spirit and cataracts.
10. She Hates My Job - this might actually be a hit-and-miss track. If you have had a job which your significant other hated, you'll probably love this song. And even though it's not one of my favorites, the melody and guitar work (easily) make it noteworthy.
11. Stoney - "She Hates My Job" is carried right into this instrumental masterpiece. As far as I know, this is Local H's only instrumental track to date; as if that says anything. But it really gets you pumped for...
12. Laminate Man - ...a definitive gem. The words within the song are a bit out-there, but the jamming (choice word) on the piano, the lyrics, and rabble-rousing guitar sound make it one of my personal favorites on the CD. The ending is kind of eerie; all the same.
13. All The Kids Are Right - it's hard to believe this one never hit it big. It may appear, at first glance, that this is an anti-Local H song; with the `you heard that we were great / but now you think we're lame / since you saw the show last night' start, but really its meant to be ironical. If you heard this song and liked it, absolutely buy this album.
14. Deep Cut - this heavy-felt track is essentially my favorite Local H song of all-time. I just cannot get enough of this song. Every line in the song is awesome; and therefore I believe it to be, lyrically, the best song on Pack Up The Cats. It's one of those you-have-to-hear-it-to-believe-it-type tracks.
15. Lucky Time - ah, yes... the epic closer. This is a perfect end to a perfect album. It's slow (a bit quieter than "Fine And Good"), melodic, and it really leaves you feeling good. It's hard to find closers that finish off CDs with the vividness and excellence that this one does.
Although consisting of just two members and being known primarily for a hit song that no one knew the name of ("Bound For The Floor"; which was infamously dubbed `The Copasetic Song'), Local H manages to possess something no other band does: perfection. There is not a bad song on Pack Up The Cats; and even the four `filler' songs make for excellent overall tracks. If you know Local H because of that earlier hit; or have heard one of these songs somewhere, I highly recommend you buy this CD. Don't let the seemingly childish title fool you. This is a very accomplished band... and album.
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HASH(0x99e1e4b0) étoiles sur 5 Why have no-one heard of these guys? 2 juillet 2000
Par Elizabeth Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is amazing. I can't believe that they aren't well known in the States. I love Local H and this would have to be one of, if not the best album they have released. There isn't really a bad song on the album and the bonus disc that was released here in Australia is quite good also with a cover of AC/DC's IT'S A LONG WAY TO THE TOP (IF YOU WANT TO ROCK AND ROLL) and a track that is just a stack of messages left on Scott Lucas' answering machine. There is even one from a little kid who says he's Scott's son! Anyway, this album is great. As a great Aussie once said - DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR and go out and get this CD.
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HASH(0x99e1e8e8) étoiles sur 5 They just keep getting progressively better 11 février 2000
Par Ross R. Curtis II - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Local H continues to amaze me. Their harsh and real-life lyrics appeal to my more realistic side where imagination can't always save you from the rudimentary. And their sound, the hard guitar and drum beats that flow eloquently throught all tracks can't help but urge you to roll the windows/sunroof down and turn it up and share their music with the rest of your neighborhood.
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HASH(0x99e1ecb4) étoiles sur 5 LOCAL H 4EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 26 avril 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Best mid 90s acts to emerge!!!!! I own all of Local H's CDs and I have to say that this one is one of the best (almost as good as Ham Fisted) and I would highly recomend this CD to anyone who love melodic/heavy rock. Must buy for Weezer fans!!!!!
HASH(0x99e1ea44) étoiles sur 5 So incredible, their best 22 décembre 2008
Par Josh L. Patrick-Riley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Six months ago I saw Local H performing "24 Hour Breakup Session" and thought it was cool, so when the next day I saw they were performing right where I live in Seattle I was very excited. It was a great show and I got their new album which I thought was alright, then a few months later I got their album "As Good As Dead" and again it was okay. Then Friday night while waiting to hang out with my friend I decided to pick up this album as I heard great things, and I definitely like this one best out of what I've heard so far. Especially since it feels more like a cohesive album than the others, with tracks leading into other tracks.

My favorites are "Fine And Good", "She Hates My Job", and "All The Kids Are Right" which scrape the sky. I think what really makes the songs amazing is the background guitar, but overall the writing is brilliant. The songs seam together acoustics with electrics, and there are definitely two sides to this coin. I may like it when the music intensifies, but I love it when the music gets quiet.

Overall this album isn't as ham fisted as...some of the album "Ham Fisted" and songs like "High Fiving MF" on As Good As Dead. This album feels 100% genuine, especially on the closer "Lucky Time". If you read up on the history of this album, it looks like it could've been successful as it was named #20 in the best albums of 1998 by Spin Magazine, but the merging of Islands' parent label Polygram with Universal stopped that, oh well..

Overall this isn't art rock or anything "unique", whatever that means, and I'm not really into that stuff much anyway. This rocks and I love it.
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