CIV: Thirteen day getaway CD PROMO ONLY! Check audio

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CIV Thirteen Day Getaway
Label: Atlantic PROMO
Catalog#: PROP392 / 7567-83073-2
Format: CD, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 14-5-1998
Style: Alternative Rock, Hardcore

Track list
1 Secondhand Superstar 2:44
2 Big Girl 2:50
3 Itchycoo Park 2:21
4 Haven’t Been Myself In A While 2:37
5 Everyday 3:08
6 Shout It 2:30
7 Owners Manual 0:34
8 Something Special 2:38
9 Using Someone Else 2:17
10 Its Not Your Fault 2:21
11 Living Life 1:59
12 Ordinary 2:41
13 Little Men 3:31

(Hidden track)”What Happened to the Grunge?” – 3:14

Bass Arthur Smilios*
Drums Sammy Siegler
Guitar Charlie Garriga
Keyboards Ed Terry (tracks: 1 to 6)
Vocals CIV

Notes:
Recorded at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville NY.
Mixed at Sorcerer, New York, NY.
Except “Big Girl” mixed at Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.
Beginning of “Every Day” recorded at Ludlow Street Recording.
(c) 1998. Lyrics used by permission.
Dedicated to the memory of Raybeez (R.I.P.).
GEMA/BIEM
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.
LC 0121

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Tunes!,
This album is great. Its POP Punk, but its fun to listen to and makes you wanna have a good day. In light of all the emo crap thats out there, this album is the counter to emo. Its happy, well done, and enjoyable.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A change… for the BETTER.,
This CD has been criticized over and over by old fans, saying the sounds just not how it used to be. If you like hardcore music, music with no tune, or screaming with random guitar riffs, this change is a bad thing. But listening to this type of music has always bored me and made me want to fall asleep. I find CIVs new sound much more interesting and far easier to listen to over and over. Now, you don’t have to be a wimp and like listening to typical mindless pop to like this CD, either. Its basically good punky alt-rock. The best track? My call is track 13, Little Men. Its a somewhat eerie acoustic song with a tune that could stick in your head for days, and lyrics that keep you from feeling embarrassed that you actually like an acoustic song. Its just perfect.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great album,
This CD is just as rocking as the first one, but is a bit more musical. Its an excellent punk album, so buy it today.

Great album. I bought it as a replacement for one that went away, stuck in an old cars CD player.
The hidden track is worth buying the CD.
Getaway is a clear attempt at radio-friendly late `90s pop-rock. It’s got more in common with Matchbox 20 and Smash Mouth than any NYC hardcore band. The band’s hXc roots start to poke through later on with tracks like “Shout It” and the 34-second “Owner’s Manual.”