Warped Tour is running strong in the summer heat, and PropertyOfZack is stoked to bring you another brand new Playlist from two of our favorite bands, Bayside and Man Overboard in addition to a young band called June Divided. Check out the Playlists and listen to the songs on Spotify while reading everyone’s thoughts!
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Next time the sun is out, its above 70 degrees and you are lounging with a refreshing drink in your hand, press play on this playlist and relax your life away. Every song has a female vocalist and has a light and pleasant disposition. Start it off with the ultimate summer 2012 song “The Only Place” by Best Coast & you might want to move to California by the end of that song. - Nick Ghanbarian
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Bad Religion - Recipe For Hate
It was the summer of 1998 when I first heard Bad Religion. My brother, who is 10 years older than I am, had moved out. But with each visit, he would drop off a few bands to check out. Everything from The Beastie Boys to Saves The Day, Sick Of It All, NOFX, and everything in between. At the time there was only one kid in my elementary school who listened to punk rock and that was my neighbor. We would skate out front of our house and blast these CDs my brother had left behind. We caught wind of Warped Tour and the bands that were on it. It seemed like heaven and we had to go! Bad news was that we were only eleven and no way our over protective Italian mothers were going to let us go. My brother showed up the morning of the Warped date in Philly (when it actually was in Philly) and says, “Get in the car we are going to the mall”. We walk into ticket master in MACYS and he buys 2 tickets to Warped Tour and says “Don’t tell mom”. We got on the road to Philly and he hands me his CD book and says to me that this thing was the bible. He had EVERY album. He told me to pick something out. At the time I had never heard Bad Religion, so I picked Recipe For Hate based on how awesome the album title was. I’m glad that I did. I will never forget the way the beginning riff sounded and the picture it painted in my brain. That moment was a huge turning point in my life that my brother and I still talk about today.
Millencolin - Dr. Jackal And Mr. Hide
I got into skateboarding and punk with my neighbor Nick. He had an older cousin from North Carolina, and he would come visit on the holidays. We would count down the days ‘till that guy would come because that meant new music was on the way. I’ll never forget the first time I heard Millencolin, it was a game changer for me. I had never heard anything so fast and melodic. I got to see them at Warped Tour a few years later and It was at that point I knew I wanted to play in a band. They just had so much fun playing and it showed with their live set.
Bouncing Souls - EAST COAST! FUCK YOU!
Being from New Jersey, The Bouncing Souls always had the most insane crowds when Warped rolled through the area. I could write a novel on this band and the influence they have had on my adolescence. The Souls are like The Beastie Boys of punk rock — everybody loves them. Nothing makes me more proud to be from the East Coast than when I hear The Souls play “East Coast Fuck You”. This is the anthem for all the punk kids and punk bands that come from our part of the world and it says it all: “You can say we’re weather martyr’s, But snow and ice makes us rock harder. Punkers should be pale and pasty. The pizza here is fierce and tasty. East Coast! Fuck You!” ‘Nuff said.
AFI - Fall Children
Warped Tour 2001 was probably my favorite year band wise. I had seen AFI open for Rancid a few years before and remember being so stoked to see them again since the releases of All Hallows and Art Of Drowning. I remember that year they had switched clothes with Me First And The Gimme Gimmes so they came out with all Hawaiian tourist gear on. They opened up with Fall Children and it was ON. They had one of the biggest crowds that day, and everyone was singing along to all of the “gang” and “woah” parts. The whole set, both the band and crowd, were mesmerizing. It was like no other experience. From that point on, AFI has seemed more like a cult to me than a band, and it just makes me love them even more. Every time I put on that song, I remember how I felt when they took the stage.
NOFX - Theme Song Of Neverland (Fuck The Kids)
I think it’s impossible to pick my favorite NOFX Warped jam. Hands down, they have the best, coolest, funniest live show. First time seeing them on Warped, they spent the first ten minutes of their thirty-minute set talking about how much they hate New Jersey. It was hilarious. Everyone was throwing trash at them, and Fat Mike just got the crowd more and more rowdy. Back in fifth grade, I had traded RATM “Evil Empire” with this older kid in my grade school for “I Heard They Suck Live” and was blown away when I listened. It was a record you couldn’t play in the house because all they did was curse and talk about how fucked up they were. So when I saw them live I didn’t mind that they only played five songs and talked shit the rest of the time. Everyone was yelling track titles from Punk In Drublic for them to play, and Fat Mike kept saying, “Fuck that. We play what we want to play - this is our show.” I remember thinking he was the coolest dude in the world. Over a decade later I still feel the same way. I can’t narrow down one song, so I found a clip of them doing what they do best - making everyone uncomfortable. Enjoy. - Wayne Wildrick
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Yellowcard - See Me Smiling
We’ve been known to list Yellowcard as one of our influences and a lot of that is because of the drums. It’s awesome that Keith will be able to watch one of his favorite drummers on tour this year and the rest of the band is pretty pumped for that as well.
Dead Sara - Weatherman
This band is a new favorite of ours and Weatherman is a killer song. We’ve heard amazing things about their live performance, so we can’t wait to check them out.
Senses Fail - The Irony Of Dying On Your Birthday *Song is currently not on Spotify
We grew up listening to Senses Fail and they’ve definitely been an influence of ours. Lenny has a cool story of seeing these guys debut this song live, so it’ll be awesome to hear this tune on Warped this year.
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- lyricalgangsta said: omg, bad Religion, Bouncing Souls & NoFx? THANK YOU for promoting GOOD music. Almost had to unfollow with all the post-hardcore crap.
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