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In 2001, the Movielife signed to Drive-Thru Records, and released to Has a Gambling Problem EP in November of the same year. During the recording of the follow-up full length, Amiruddin quit to start Keep Breathing. Amiruddin explained that he "grew disenchanted with the new direction of the music, and my friendships with the other guys in the band. suffered for various reasons". He was replaced by Dan Navetta, Phil's younger brother. In 2003, Forty Hour Train Back to Penn was released, and the Movielife again set out on tour in support of the effort.
They split in September 2003 after releasing their final and best album '40 Hour Train Back To Penn'. This EP was released just after the band signed to Drive-Thru records. Well the first notable thing on this EP is its more poppy sound from 'This Time Next Year'. For that I guess you could blame Drive-Thru records. The ep kicks off with 'Walking On Glass'. It's an average pop-punk song. Relitively fast but nothing that special. Beastie Boys The Sounds of Science. The Movielife Forty Hour Train Back To Penn. Glassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence.
Has a Gambling Problem, for me, is that record. The album kicks off with one of the catchiest songs in this Long Island, New York group's catalog, "Walking on Glass. This track sets the tone for the following four songs, taking the band's use of melodic pop-punk from the previous full-length, This Time Next Year, to a new level, with a much more refined and precise sound. This could also have been the point of contention for many people, though, as many undoubtedly prefer the rougher, more hardcore leanings of It's Go Time and This Time Next Year.
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Album Information : Title: Has a Gambling Problem. Release Date:2003-07-07. Genre:Rock, Emo, Old School Punk Rock.
It has a feel of just being filler on the EP, which is unfortunate because The Movielife can't really afford to waste a moment on such a short recording. The ostentatiously named "If Only Duct Tape Could Fix Everything" does pick up on the promise of "Hand Grenade" and reveals a slightly softer (but just as deliberate) side to the band as Caruana sings, "I can't understand why I keep you around, but I can't, I won't let you down". If "Hand Grenade" deserves to be the band's breakout hit, "If Only Duct Tape. As a departure from its former style, the title The Movielife Has a Gambling Problem may have some truth in it. The Movielife is taking a risk by moving its sound into one that is more pop-inspired, and while portions of the EP may seem created for the sole purpose of selling the band to the masses, this technique does work and the band's talent shines through regardless of its more commercial sound. With their second album, DAD IS BAD, the experimental electronic duo Budokan Boys continue to build a soundtrack for a broken world.
Has A Gambling Problem. Album Name Has A Gambling Problem. Type EP. Data de aparición Julio 2003. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0.
Adam, who has since co-founded anti-addiction organisation Safer Online Gambling Group with his father, said: 'My dad had spun a web of lies all around us all and the only way to get to the truth was to put pen to paper. Some people still struggle to see gambling addiction for what it is – an addiction – and these letters really shine a light on just how crippling the condition can be. Adam Bradford, 26, left, has revealed how his father David, 63, right, tore their family apart with his gambling addiction that led him to steal £50,000 and be jailed for two years. To see a 21-year-old lad and his father, a grown man, from a seemingly perfect life, being torn apart by gamblin. t's impossible not to recognise the scale of the problem. At the time of his offences, Bradford, also of Sheffield was described as a 'pillar of the community' and was also a school governor. His double life was exposed when he admitted stealing £50,000 from his employer at Mold Crown Court in April 2014 and was jailed for two years.