7 thoughts on “ House Of Blend - Millencolin - Same Old Tunes ”
House of blend Lyrics: I haven't much to say today because the nowhere album's on / Thinking to much about tomorrow and the inspiration's gone / The good times, the bad times seem to be the same.
I thought Life On A Plate was an awesome album, but this one is way better. I like the fact that on Same Old Tunes Millencolin throws in a lot more ska. Their ska-punk with swedish accented vocals makes this album an awesome buy. Fans of Life On A plate will not be disapointed with this one.5/5(8).
Millencolin's first album, Same Old Tunes, wasn't released in the U.S. until but when it hit, it had quite an impact! With classic songs like the incredible manic-paced, emotionally uplifting "Mr. Clean" (which is still a high point of any Millencolin show), Same Old Tunes is considered by many to be a defining record in the Skatepunk genre.
Feb 14, · Same Old Tunes is too good to be a debut album. Overall, it's probably better than the constantly overrated Life on a Plate, but just below Four Monkeys. Pennybridge and Home from Home are in a different leauge, not better, just different, so it's hard to compare them to Same Old Tunes. The album is packed with great songs. Mr.5/5(8).
Same Old Tunes is the debut album by the Swedish punk rock group Millencolin, released on October 28, in Sweden by Burning Heart Records under the original title Tiny Tunes. The song "Da Strike" was released as the album's single, with an accompanying music videoGenre: Ska punk, punk rock, melodic hardcore.