WELCOME TO ROCKZONE.COM
REVIEWS
LIVE
FEATURES
INTERVIEWS
PHOTOGRAPHY
VIEWS
CAUSES
YOUR VOICE
CONTESTS
ABOUT
Thank you for visiting ROCKZONE.COM

SEARCH RZ:

enter artist or genre
LATEST REVIEWS

Division of Laura Lee
Das Not Compute

HorrorPops
Hell Yeah!

Piebald
All Ears, All Eyes, All The Time

Special Goodness
Land Air Sea

Premonistions of War
Left in Kowloon

Teresa Cole
Just a Matter of Time

Tattooed Soul
Get It

Gibbs Brothers
New Breed
Unprepared Campers
S/T

by Samuel Barker
June 30, 2001

File Under: Grungy Rock
rating: C+
tracks

1. Intro

2. Bremallo Butts

3. Rod's Loss

4. I Love You

5. A Place Called Home

6. Freedom Fighter

7. Crankswhore

8. Unforgivable Drunken Mistake

9. Times I Forget

10. Tell Me Off

11. Richard

12. Region Of Your...

13. How I Love The Rain

14. The Brain Mold

related links
  • Bush League Records
  • The Unprepared Campers are an insanely hilarious mixure of grungy rock and intellegent, humorous lyrics. From the opening of the album you will be laughing and listening carefully to the crazy tales of life in Bremerton, WA.

    "Bremallo Butts" gets the show on the road. It's a wonderful tale of finding the woman with the perfectly huge rear to bring home. It's a story some will be offended by and will cause those who understand to roll on the floor laughing. These songs are all honest and real, but they're funny just the same.

    The album rolls on with tales of a man losing him penis in a freak hunting accident (Rod's Loss), being involved with person who sells themselves for drugs (Crankswhore), and picking up a nutcase and bringing her home in a drunken fit (Unforgivable Drunken Mistake). It's a neverending circle of ridiculous stories only a small town could have.

    The climax of the album for me was "Region Of Your..." This is the timeless tale of the girl who is all over you, acting like she's into it, but let you near the region of her.... You get the idea.

    I highly recommend purchasing this album to anyone and everyone. It's not the most well played album, it's not a masterpiece of musical mastery, it's a funny album about small town life and issues most would like to avoid outside of their regular life.

    Samuel Barker is Senior Editor. Contact him at suma@rockzone.com.

    Are we right? What do you think? USE YOUR VOICE!




    Copyright © 2011 ROCKZONE.COM. Privacy Policy.