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311 1995

Review

It is the seamless way the songs on the eponymously titled 311 combine the band's influences into a potent blend of rap, funk, and rock that renders this album a cut above those of their competitors. These riff-heavy and radio-ready songs are underscored by a tight drum sound (often with a piccolo snare), the scratching of turntables, and the crunch of heavy guitars: a formidable backdrop for this surprisingly melodic effort. The rhythms of reggae and ska percolate through this mix, and the harmonies of Nick Hexum and S.A. Martinez lend the band an edge not found in the majority of bands that feature rapping over rock beats. ~ Peter Stepek
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Down 311 2:51
  3. 2 Random 311 3:5
  4. 3 Jackolantern's Weather 311 3:23
  5. 4 All Mixed Up 311 2:59
  6. 5 Hive 311 2:57
  7. 6 Guns (Are for Pussies) 311 2:15
  8. 7 Misdirected Hostility 311 2:57
  9. 8 Purpose 311 2:42
  10. 9 Loco 311 1:52
  11. 10 Brodels 311 3:30
  12. 11 Don't Stay Home 311 2:42
  13. 12 DLMD 311 2:10
  14. 13 Sweet 311 3:14
  15. 14 T & P Combo 311 2:48
  16. 15 Tribute 311 4:14
  17. 16 Let the Cards Fall 311 3:24
  18. 17 Gap 311 2:9
  19. 18 Firewater (Slo-Mo) 311 3:30

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