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Low Life - The Bouncing Souls - Do You Remember? Fifteen Years Of The Bouncing Souls (DVD)


  1. AllMusic Review by Jack Rabid Although their music has always been pretty standard late-'80s and '90s So-Cal hardcore punk, this DVD documentary, Do You Remember? 15 Years of the Bouncing Souls makes scene cogs Bouncing Souls far more interesting than that.7/
  2. us that Franklins Paine Skatepark Fund will be a screening of the Bouncing Souls documentary "Do You Remember 15 Years Of The Bouncing Souls" on Sunday September 21st at The Rotunda ( Walnut St.) in Philadelphia. The Bouncing Souls will be .
  3. In , I saw The Bouncing Souls in Santa Cruz, California in a former restaurant or house or something called The Red Room. Because it was red. Because it was red. I was impressed by the singer’s characteristic laid back style and bought every record up to “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” and loved every one of them.
  4. Do You Remember? 15 Years of the Bouncing Souls: "True Believers" Steve Marino How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Do You Remember? 15 Years of the Bouncing Souls, Punk-O-Rama: The Videos, Volume 1: "Gone" Do You Remember? 15 Years of the Bouncing Souls, Punk-O-Rama: The Videos, Volume 1: "Kids and Heroes" Anchors Aweigh: Epitaph DVD.
  5. Bouncing Souls – Tour Dates Oct New York, NY @ Webster Hall w/ Lifetime, Modern Life Is War, & The Low Budgets Oct Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance Theater *.
  6. The Bouncing Souls - The Green Ball Crew () 01 - Wig 02 - Dirt 03 - Kicked 04 - Spank 05 - P.M.R.C 06 - Trapped East Coast Fuck You! 15 - I Like Your Eyes 16 - Shark Attack >>DOWNLOADThe Bouncing Souls - Tie One On () Better Life 05 - The Something Special 06 - Broken Record 07 - Lifetime 08 - Manthem.
  7. The Bouncing Souls are a punk band, formed in They are originally from New Brunswick, New Jersey. By the time they were recognized by the national punk scene, they had reignited a "pogo" element to New Jersey punk rock by playing fast light-hearted songs, a model followed by various other local bands (e.g. Blanks 77 and the Bristles).
  8. The same year, a career-spanning DVD was issued, Do You Remember? 15 Years Of The Bouncing Souls. Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin.

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