Let's Face It
Download links and information about Let's Face It by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 33:18 minutes.
|Artist:||The Mighty Mighty Bosstones|
|Genre:||Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative|
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|2.||The Rascal King||2:46|
|4.||The Impression That I Get||3:14|
|5.||Let's Face It||2:33|
|6.||That Bug Bit Me||2:07|
|7.||Another Drinkin' Song||3:49|
|9.||Break So Easily||2:44|
While The Mighty Mighty Bosstones had been an inspiration to bands like No Doubt and Sublime, the later mainstream success of those bands let the Bosstones sneak onto the Billboard charts in 1997, with Let’s Face It. “The Impression That I Get” was one of that year's most ubiquitous songs: an insistently catchy ska riff that blended self-effacing lyrics with a hard-hitting delivery. The song wasn’t a fluke. In fact, the rest of Let’s Face It is as good, if not better, than its breakout single. “The Rascal King,” “Royal Oil," and “Break So Easily” are high-impact tunes with vulnerable secrets. They're built on empathetic snapshots of lowlife characters who wanted to win but couldn’t. While Dicky Barrett portrays himself as a hapless frontman on the brilliantly structured opener, “Noise Brigade,” many of the songs here show him taking a courageous stand, whether against senseless violence on “Numbered Days” or bigotry and hate on “Let’s Face It.” Best of all, he no longer feels the need to shout through every song; his wounded croon could be as powerful a weapon as the rabid bark that brought him fame.