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Less Than Jake – “Things Change”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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  2. spencpants

    Can I pet your dog? Prestigious

    Goddamn, they've been at it for 25 years.
  3. theredline

    Trusted Supporter

    Good tune!
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  4. ZooZooChaCha

    Trusted Supporter

    There is nothing quite like a Less Than Jake chorus. So damn catchy
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  5. beckerm6


    still got it :thumbup:
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  6. JimmyIymmiJ

    Music, a steady riot in my soul. Supporter

    Song sounds good. I will always welcome new Less Than Jake into my life.
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  7. Michael Schmidt

    Don't recreate the scene, or reinvent the meanings Supporter

    Dig the new tune! Wish they weren't touring with Pepper though. Jealous of the shows with Red City Radio.
  8. HueyLewis Jan 4, 2017
    (Last edited: Jan 4, 2017)


    Did anyone pre-order a bundle? I was going to get the CD, poster, T-Shirt combo, but shipping was almost $20. Had to cancel that one. Is this the bundle norm? I usually just buy CDs but I love LTJ.
  9. marceting


    LTJ are always so catchy! Lovin it
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  10. Raku


    LTJ never disappoint, I'm really loving this song and looking forward to their ep =D
  11. TDenverFan


    Sorta surprised they're relasing an EP at this point in their career, seems like a strange move.
  12. Anticitizen7

    Please be kind. Like actually kind though.

    How does one band stay good for so long?
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  13. GetUpAndrew

    Constant horror and bone-deep dissatisfaction.

    Really good track, chorus is rad.
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  14. FrenzalRob

    Melbourne, AUS Supporter

    Ah, such a soft spot for these guys. Great new track.
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  15. Slave to the Grind


    I'm happy to see everyone else seems to like this. I don't particularly care for the chorus, they veer too far into pop-punk territory.