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Hit: Hey Julie / An Elegy For Baby Blue

Miss: Let's Moshercise!!!

To Sum It Up:

The ultimate addition to any The Wonder Years fans' collection.

Sleeping On Trash is that puzzle piece that's been missing for ages - and just as its absence just about drives your insane, it finally lets itself be found - Except Sleeping On Trash is infinitely cooler than a puzzle piece.

The collection fits seamlessly with the rest of the band's discography. The three songs TWY covered on the album put the previous performers to shame. Dan "Soupy" Campbell's vocals on "Hey Julie" are indescribable. He's never sounded better, and that's probably why it's my favorite of the seventeen song tracklist.

The album displays great pop punk at every turn, however it's the songs with more of a punk theme (I Fell In Love With A Ninjamaster, An Elegy For Baby Blue) that really makes the album shine.

All in all, Sleeping On Trash is the perfect completion to The Wonder Year's catalog... At least for a little while.

 SLEEPING ON TRASH

            The Wonder Years  

 

No Sleep Records

February 12, 2013

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