Download links and information about About Time by Pennywise. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:12 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Punk, Alternative|
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|2.||Waste of Time||2:18|
|4.||Every Single Day||2:40|
|6.||Not Far Away||2:53|
|8.||It's What You Do With It||2:26|
|10.||Same Old Story||2:42|
|11.||I Won't Have It||2:30|
Even though About Time didn’t break through to the mainstream in the way that albums by Offspring and Green Day did, Pennywise fans regard the 1995 effort as one of the band’s very best. While songs like “Peaceful Day” and “Waste of Time” share the aggressive-yet-tuneful attack of their pop-punk brethren, Pennywise eschewed the juvenilia that propelled its peer bands like Green Day and NOFX to great heights, instead focusing on themes of personal betterment, spiritual philosophy, and clean living. Teenage malcontents would have no doubt scoffed at such messages had they been delivered with softer music, but Pennywise delivered its sermons of positivity with a ferocity and ruthless conviction that appealed directly to punk’s essence. The band made the struggle against senseless violence and moral corruptions sound just as urgent and courageous as The Clash’s fight against fascism had been in the late '70s. Produced by Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz and in-demand punk producer Jerry Finn, About Time captures Pennywise at the moment that its message, its music, and its audience were perfectly aligned.