BonBomb | Is Who We Are And Right Now We Are...

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Is Who We Are And Right Now We Are...

by BonBomb

Their music is raw, rich, edgy, danceable, sarcastic, sympathetic, lyrical, cynical and even political.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Is Who We Are And Right Now, We Are...
4:42 album only
2. Release
5:09 album only
3. Rest For Two Minutes
2:03 album only
4. The Loudest Silence I've Ever Heard
4:23 album only
5. The Stranger
6:18 album only
6. Desert Skies
5:20 album only
7. Away
12:50 album only
8. Know What You're Worth
15:32 album only
9. !@#$%
6:41 album only


Album Notes
Combining America's favorite chocolate-covered salmonella poisoned treat (the Bon Bon) and that which blows everyone up (the Bomb) might not occur to you right off the bat, but then, you're not in BonBomb now, and you never have been.

The name may be superficially cute and charming, but it also speaks volumes about the band who go by it. How many acts do you know who would even dare to work, "Listen to the words we the people say/No more wars Mr. President" into a poppy, energetic dance number? Clearly, there are two sides to BonBomb, and the band is more complex than they might have you believe.

- JJ Koczan - Managing Editor of The Aquarian



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I am not sure if I agree with the other reviewer that this album needs more thump thump and yes, Dada Pogrom, Nine Inch Nails and Vanity Beach do it so well. You can still get down with this album and enough said, it is got the groove if you know what I am saying.


Though I really like this cd, I think it needs more of something. Maybe it should include more bass the way Vanity Beach, Dada Pogrom or Nine Inch Nails do it. It is really dancable though and it is very cool. I am glad I have it.