Label: Chunksaah Records - CAR016 • Format: 2x, DVD DVD-Video, NTSC • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Were Coming Back - The Bouncing Souls - Do You Remember? Fifteen Years Of The Bouncing Souls (DVD)

This DVD tells the entire story of the bouncing osuls, from the punk house to shal leavin'. really, if you like the bouncing souls just a little, BUY THIS DVD, you won't regret it, I've watched it like 4 times already and i got it 3 days ago. Oi Oi Oi up the punx!/5(14).

 · Jun 14 Rating: ok i bought this cause i was in a bit of a bouncing souls mood and impulsively copped it. how american of me! anyway. it's good, real good. the live dvd ain't much, but the whole hours of documentary and other shit is sweet. i don't remember how much it cost, but it was pretty worth it. i've watched it probably 6 times or so. but it's funny and a good time.

 · While most of The Bouncing Souls may have taken a step back from the craziness in , it took Kienlen a few more years. As all the members moved to Is Accessible For Free: False.

The following Bouncing Souls songs were released on compilation albums, soundtracks, and other releases. This is not an exhaustive list; songs that were first released on the band's albums, EPs, or singles or later released on The Bad, the Worse, and the Out of Print are not included.

Broken Record The Bouncing Souls. Wish Me Well (You Can Go To Hell) The Bouncing Souls. Blackout The Bouncing Souls. I Think That The World. The Bouncing Souls.

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  1.  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of "Do You Remember? Fifteen Years Of The Bouncing Souls" on Discogs/5(11).

  2.  · Directed by Jeff Alulis. With Greg Attonito, Timmy Chunks, Brian Downey, Kate Hiltz. In , four New Jersey teenagers wrote a punk song called "Braindead." It was terrible. But it was also a blast. And it was enough for the members of The Bouncing Souls to turn away from the path of College and Career to pursue their music. Fifteen years later, The Bouncing Souls have signed with Epitaph 9/10(1).

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