History Music / Sum41

1st Dec '16 5:23:35 PM NWolfman
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'''Sum 41''' is a pop punk rock band from Ontario, Canada, formed in 1996 by vocalist/guitarist Deryck Whibley and drummer Steve Jocz "[[PunBasedTitle some 41 days into the summer]]." They were soon joined by lead guitarist Dave Baksh and after a set of bass guitarist they finally settled on Jason "Cone" [=McCaslin=] in 1999. Their first album (''All Killer, No Filler'') was released in 2001 and spawned their most successful single, "Fat Lip".

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'''Sum 41''' is a pop punk rock band from Ontario, Canada, formed in 1996 by vocalist/guitarist Deryck Whibley and drummer Steve Jocz "[[PunBasedTitle some 41 days into the summer]]." They were soon joined by lead guitarist Dave Baksh and after a set of bass guitarist they finally settled on Jason "Cone" [=McCaslin=] in 1999. Their first album (''All album, ''All Killer, No Filler'') Filler'', was released in 2001 and spawned their most successful single, "Fat Lip".
26th Nov '16 6:48:44 PM Ms.Reverie
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* StudioChatter/LeftItIn: At the beginning of “We’re All to Blame”.
** Also prevalent in "What' We're All About." After the line "I was drinkin' underage, I belong onstage," you can hear Cone saying something along the lines of "You ready?". A few seconds later, you can hear a woman saying, "Five."

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* StudioChatter/LeftItIn: StudioChatter: At the beginning of “We’re All to Blame”.
** Also prevalent in "What' We're All About." After the line "I was drinkin' underage, I belong onstage," you can hear Cone in the right speaker saying something along the lines of "You ready?". A few seconds later, you can hear a woman saying, "Five.""Five," probably alluding to when he was supposed start up playing the bass again.
26th Nov '16 6:45:55 PM Ms.Reverie
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* StudioChatter: At the beginning of “We’re All to Blame”.

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* StudioChatter: StudioChatter/LeftItIn: At the beginning of “We’re All to Blame”.Blame”.
** Also prevalent in "What' We're All About." After the line "I was drinkin' underage, I belong onstage," you can hear Cone saying something along the lines of "You ready?". A few seconds later, you can hear a woman saying, "Five."
26th Nov '16 6:41:37 PM Ms.Reverie
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** Deryck has one at the end of one their live performances of "The Hell Song."



* StageName: Cone was born Jay [=McCaslin=]. Derick gave him the nickname in high school when he always saw Jay eating ice cream cones at lunch.

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* StageName: Cone was born Jay Jason (Jay) [=McCaslin=]. Derick Deryck gave him the nickname in high school when he always saw Jay eating ice cream cones at lunch.
17th Nov '16 12:27:31 AM NWolfman
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* MinusculeRocking: "A.N.I.C." is a scant 37 second on the album, and concerts usually play it even faster.

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* MinusculeRocking: MinisculeRocking: "A.N.I.C." is a scant 37 second on the album, and concerts usually play it even faster.
17th Nov '16 12:26:45 AM NWolfman
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** Concerts [[CrossesTheLineTwice take this a step further]] with Deryck introducing the song as "Anna Nicole Is A Fucking Stupid Cunt!"

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** Concerts [[CrossesTheLineTwice take this a step further]] with Deryck introducing the song as * CountryMatters: "A.N.I.C.", which stands for "Anna Nicole Is A Fucking Stupid Cunt!"Cunt."


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* MinusculeRocking: "A.N.I.C." is a scant 37 second on the album, and concerts usually play it even faster.
17th Nov '16 12:24:32 AM NWolfman
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* CerebusSyndrome: ''Half Hour of Power'' and ''All Killer, No Filler'' were both very upbeat, MTV-friendly pop-punk albums. They were followed by the [[NewSoundAlbum hardcore/horror punk inspired]] ''Does This Look Infected?'' and, after that, the very sombre ''Chuck'' and equally so ''Screaming Bloody Murder'', making the much lighter ''Underclass Hero'' a BreatherEpisode. ''Thirteen Voices'' continues the darker sound.
* CountryMatters: A.N.I.C., which stands for Anna Nicole Is (a) Cunt.

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* CerebusSyndrome: ''Half Hour of Power'' and ''All Killer, No Filler'' were both very upbeat, MTV-friendly pop-punk albums. They were followed by the [[NewSoundAlbum hardcore/horror punk inspired]] ''Does This Look Infected?'' and, after that, Infected?''. Nearly all of their subsequent albums have continued the very sombre ''Chuck'' and equally so ''Screaming Bloody Murder'', making darker sound, save the [[BreatherEpisode much lighter lighter]] ''Underclass Hero'' a BreatherEpisode. ''Thirteen Voices'' continues the darker sound.
* CountryMatters: A.N.I.C., which stands for Anna Nicole Is (a) Cunt.
Hero''.
17th Nov '16 12:14:01 AM NWolfman
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The band's primary musical style is punk pop, but also includes various sub-genres such as RapRock ("What We're All About," "Fat Lip"), EmoMusic ("Pieces"), horrorcore ("Still Waiting," "The Hell Song") and melodic hardcore ("We're All To Blame," "Fake My Own Death").

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The band's primary musical style is punk pop, but also includes various sub-genres such as RapRock ("What We're All About," "Fat Lip"), EmoMusic ("Pieces"), horrorcore ("Still Waiting," "The Hell Song") and Song"), melodic hardcore ("We're All To Blame," "Fake My Own Death").
Death") and various types of HeavyMetal.
17th Nov '16 12:13:05 AM NWolfman
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* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle: ''Does This Look Infected?''


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* LyricalDissonance: "My Direction," a fun punk song, not to mention one of only two songs on the album in a major key, about how suicide rates in North America had gone up in the last 30 years.
17th Nov '16 12:05:02 AM NWolfman
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** ''Does This Look Infected?'': "The Hell Song", "A.N.I.C.", "No Brains", "Mr. Amsterdam", "Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condriod", "Billy Spleen" and "Hooch",

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** ''Does This Look Infected?'': "The Hell Song", "A.N.I.C.", "No Brains", "Mr. Amsterdam", "Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condriod", "Billy Spleen" and "Hooch","Hooch." "Thanks For Noting" just barely averts this.
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