Eleventyseven – Galactic Conquest

By Tyler H on January-21-2009 | Filed under Phd Thesis On Child Labour.

Eleventyseven – Galactic Conquest
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3.8 (4 votes)

Band: Essay About Abraham Lincoln.
Album: Galactic Conquest
Label: Sony BMG/Flicker Records
Reviewed by: Tyler Hess

If I have at any time over the past four months of writing reviews gained any scene points, street cred. or Dundee awards for anything I’ve written, I’m fully prepared for the chance that I’m going to get them all taken away right now.

Jumping on the bandwagon before it was way overcrowded, Eleventyseven busted out with their sophomore release by adding quite a bit of the now all too familiar electronica to their pop-punk act in quite a diversion, musically, from their first release “and the land of the fake believe”. I know it’s simple. I know it’s a bit cute at times. I know that their writing style is reminiscent of a male version of Krystal Meyers, at least topically. I understand that. I’m okay with that. That doesn’t mean that these songs aren’t mostly both enjoyable pop music and relevant songs that address several subjects that are too often ignored in our country (and maybe yours too, foreign readers?) These guys sound like someone has really gotten through to them on things and they are quick to point out several of our society’s ills, which I believe is what of the main tenets of any form of punk anyway, right? From talking about depression, to self-help junk to the affect of the media on how we act, Eleventyseven is full of anthems of overcoming in times of helplessness. That is, of course, when they aren’t singing about Conan O’Brien, which is a funny song, but doesn’t really fit well with the album.

This album is never going to make an all time greats list, in fact its really only something I can play every couple of months, but its quite enjoyable whenever I get around to it.

Track List:

  1. Initiation Sequence
  2. Love In Your Arms
  3. Happiness
  4. Fight To Save Your Life
  5. How It Feels
  6. It’s Beautiful
  7. Retail Value
  8. Feel OK
  9. 12 Step Programs
  10. Conan
  11. Galaxies Collide
  12. Program Terminated


Eleventyseven - Galactic Conquest, 3.8 out of 5 based on 4 ratings

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14 Responses to 'Eleventyseven – Galactic Conquest'

  1. http://www.proweb.net/?do-summaries-have-thesis-statements Do Summaries Have Thesis Statements. says:

    Not a good CD. My opinion.

  2. http://www.sephiroth.it/?writing-personal-essay-for-college-admission Writing Personal Essay For College Admission. says:

    Very good CD. My opinion. (pop-punk gets me every time)

  3. I like pop punk but this album didn’t do anything for me.

  4. matt b says:

    youth group pop-punk. they’re the christian jonas brothers.

  5. matt b says:

    actually, the jonas brothers are christians, right?

    whatever. i still don’t like this cd

  6. they are christians but don’t play christian music (the jonas bros that is)

    music is way different. fail.

    but i bet eleventyseven wouldnt mind making jonas bros money…

  7. Tyler, prepare for the lashings. lol.

  8. did you not read the first paragraph. i expected lashing before i even listened to the album again to review it :) but what did i write that people can disagree with other than if they like it or not? i dont think anything.

  9. Not gonna lie. I almost bought this album. I liked the patch that came with it.

  10. jun says:

    This band and Stellar Kart are the worst pop-punk bands in the Christian realm. There are more, but I don’t want to get flamed. : )

  11. yea flame on you for saying that! there are no bad pop-punk bands. period.

    seriously. dead serious.

  12. Why does Christian music contain more terrible pop-punk bands than the mainstream? Christian music also has some bands who write the cheesiest lyrics anywhere!

  13. linds4lif says:

    “flame on you” ^^

    HAAAAAHAHA that’s funny!

  14. Essay Editor. says:

    Luke, there are plenty of horrible pop-punk bands in the mainstream but it’s not popular now so you dont hear about them.

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