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TRANSPLANTS [Vinyl]
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Album: TRANSPLANTS [Vinyl]
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Romper Stomper - Transplants More Info...
2)    Tall Cans In The Air - Transplants More Info...
3)    D.J. D.J. - Transplants More Info...
  Disc 2
1)    Diamonds And Guns More Info...
2)    Quick Death More Info...
3)    Sad But True More Info...
  Disc 3
1)    Weigh On My Mind More Info...
2)    One Seventeen More Info...
3)    California Babylon More Info...
  Disc 4
1)    We Trusted You More Info...
2)    D.R.E.A.M. More Info...
3)    Down In Oakland More Info...
 

Album: TRANSPLANTS [Vinyl]
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Romper Stomper - Transplants More Info...
2)    Tall Cans In The Air - Transplants More Info...
3)    D.J. D.J. - Transplants More Info...
  Disc 2
1)    Diamonds And Guns More Info...
2)    Quick Death More Info...
3)    Sad But True More Info...
  Disc 3
1)    Weigh On My Mind More Info...
2)    One Seventeen More Info...
3)    California Babylon More Info...
  Disc 4
1)    We Trusted You More Info...
2)    D.R.E.A.M. More Info...
3)    Down In Oakland More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Transplants: Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar, bass, samples); Rob Aston (vocals); Travis Barker (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Davy Havock, Son Doobie, Eric Ozenick (vocals); Dave Garlock (guitar, synthesizer, bass, background vocals); Craig Fairbaugh (guitar); Vic Ruggiero (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); Matt Freeman (bass); Lars Frederiksen (background vocals); Brody Armstrong.
  • The self-titled Transplants album represents Rancid vocalist Tim Armstrong's variant on that great rock & roll staple, the side project. As is often the case with such endeavors by members of famous bands, TRANSPLANTS was recorded bit by bit over the course of a couple of years (presumably during Armstrong's downtime from Rancid). Still, it all hangs together with its raw, organic vibe. Though loops and synthesizer are present nearly every cut, the album maintains an agreeably rough-and-ready rock & roll feel. Fans of Rancid should feel at home with the punk quotient here, but healthy doses of hip-hop, funk, and reggae are injected into the mix as well, and Armstrong shares vocals with cohort Rob Aston throughout the album.
Professional Reviews
Spin (3/03, p.120) - 8 out of 10 - "...TRANSPLANTS mashes up punk guitar, shoplifted hip-hop, barrelhouse piano....There are bits of Rancid's sound in there, too..."
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