Lifetime: Hello Bastards

Lifetime SKU: 39354693
Lifetime: Hello Bastards

Lifetime: Hello Bastards

Lifetime SKU: 39354693

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $23.98
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Description

Title: Hello Bastards
Artist: Lifetime
Label: Jade Tree
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 045778210619
Genre: Rock

Black Vinyl. LIFETIME was formed in 1990 by singer Ari Katz (ex-Enuf) and guitarist Dan Yemin with it's roots in the New York/New Jersey hardcore scene. In contrast to the negative, sometimes violent tone promulgated by their New York hardcore contemporaries, lyricist Katz emphasized more positive, personal themes in their two-minute songs. By 1995, the band achieved some form of stability with the addition of Pete Martin (guitar), David Palaitis (bass), and Scott Golley (drums). That same year, they released their second album, Hello Bastards on Jade Tree Records. Hello Bastards marked a slight shift in direction, incorporating more melodic punk leanings over a driving hardcore tempo. Ari Katz's lyrics, though sometimes undecipherable, dealt mainly with more introspective and personal themes such as relationships and youthful disaffection. Hello Bastards also includes a cover of "It's Not Funny Anymore" by the seminal 1980s alternative rock band Hüsker Dü, hinting at the band's musical influences. Lifetime decided to disband in 1997. After disbanding, Dan Yemin went on to become a member of two other punk bands, the shortlived Kid Dynamite and Paint It Black. Dave Palaitis, Ari Katz, and his wife Tannis Kristjanson went on to form the now defunct Zero Zero. They now play in Miss TK and the Revenge.

Tracks:
1.1 Daneurysm
1.2 Rodeo Clown
1.3 Anchor
1.4 I'm Not Calling You
1.5 Bobby Truck Tricks
1.6 (The Gym Is) Neutral Territory
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