Hopeless Romantic is the fourth full-length studio album by New Jersey punk band The Bouncing Souls. It was released in 1999 on Epitaph. The album finds the band experimenting with tempos and genres, all while maintaining the energetic punk sound of their previous albums. The album was included at number 31 on Rock Sound's "The 51 Most Essential Pop Punk Albums of All Time" list.
Complete your The Bouncing Souls collection. I bought the re-release on the blue vinyl, but from a local record store instead of the Epitaph store. I'm guessing this means Epitaph sold some of them to independant stores too?
Album Hopeless Romantic. Hopeless Romantic Lyrics. I don't know what other people say Or what they think is love But I know what it means to me I fall in love so easily And it's hard to let your guard down Something you never wanted to do I give you my love and you turned away I guess I'd be screwed But. I'm a hopeless romantic You're just hopeless I'm a hopeless romantic You're just hopeless
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Hopeless Romantic is the fourth full length album by New Jersey punk band The Bouncing Souls. This 1999 release finds the band experimenting with tempos and genres, all while maintaining the energetic punk sound of their previous albums. Track listing All tracks by The Bouncing Souls except where noted.
Features Song Lyrics for The Bouncing Souls's Hopeless Romantic album. The Bouncing Souls - Hopeless Romantic Album Lyrics. 1.
Hardcore The Bouncing Souls. Band Name The Bouncing Souls. Album Name Hopeless Romantic. Labels Epitaph Records (USA-1). Members owning this album1. Hopeless Romantic. 2. '87. 3. Kid. 4. Fight to Live. 5. Bullying the Jukebox. 6. You're So Rad. 7. Night on Earth.
Hopeless Romantic is the Bouncing Souls' fourth studio album, and it maintains the group's standard of catchy, party-ready punk-pop. The more serious moments can come off as a bit emotionally underdeveloped, partly because of the band's penchant for dealing with problems using jokey, ironic detachment elsewhere. Still, too much seriousness would sink the record's fun party atmosphere, and ironic detachment is what the Bouncing Souls do best
Album · 1999 · 13 Songs. More By The Bouncing Souls. See All. How I Spent My Summer Vacation. Ghosts On the Boardwalk.
|4||Fight To Live|
|5||Bullying The Jukebox|
|6||You're So Rad|
|7||Night On Earth|
|8||Monday Morning Ant Brigade|
Written-By – Armath, J. Deja, The Bouncing Souls
|11||Wish Me Well (You Can Go To Hell)
Featuring – Kara Wethington
|12||It's Not The Heat, It's The Humanity|
|13||The Whole Thing|
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