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Late Nite Wars - It's Okay Or Even Worse album flac Performer: Late Nite Wars
Title: It's Okay Or Even Worse
Style: Pop Rock, Hard Rock, Punk
Released: 2010
Country: US
MP3 album: 1997 mb
FLAC album: 1904 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MP4 DXD MP2 RA MPC AA DMF
Genre: Rock

The three-song 7" follows quickly on the heels of Every Other Saturday, which was released in February. Opener "Death by Routine" speaks of congestion, either physically or mentally (or both), and it's chock full of the band's best traits: poppy hooks, an undeniable enthusiasm and indelible energy. There's even a newer, brief element of some subtly integrated keyboard. at least, for the four seconds it's there

Late Nite Wars were a five piece pop-punk band from the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts. The band recorded and self-released a 5 song demo in 2008, a 3 song 7" entitled "Every Other Saturday" through Arrest Records (Hammer Bros, The Bonus Army, Word for Word) in February of 2010, and another 3 song 7" called "It's Okay or Even Worse" through Panic Records (Set Your Goals, Make Do and Mend, Man Overboard) in June of 2010. It's Okay Or Even Worse.

It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of Extremism is a 2012 book of political analysis by Thomas E. Mann of the Brookings Institution and Norman J. Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, published by Basic Books.

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Both sides do not do it. That's the conclusion Congressional scholars Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein reach in "It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided With The New Politics of Extremism. They place the blame for today's dysfunctional politics squarely on the Republican Party, whose members in both houses of Congress act as a parliamentary party does in Britain's winner-take-all polarized but internally unified and vehemently oppositional. They then trace these attitudes back to Newton Leroy "Newt" Gingrich, who came to the House of Representatives in the late 1970s desiring power for both himself and his party at the expense of good government by unifying House Republicans against the chamber's Democratic majority and convincing both the public and the news media that the House was corrupt-thus encouraging.

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It should say by Lou Reed and Metallica - Sabbath. It's on the list 3 times, wow. Terrible. But does not belong on this list. The first half of the album consists of awful beats, even worse lyrics, and some of Nicki Minaj's most annoying fake accents ever. The 2nd half is mainly forgettable dance tracks that could be put out by pretty much anyone. However, the last track is what REALLY sinks this album.


A1 Death By Routine 2:45
A2 Pub Crew 2:08
B Work Isn't Working 2:21


  • Recorded By, Producer – Ryan Stack


Pressing information:
100 copies on black vinyl (this)
200 copies on white vinyl
300 copies on sunflower yellow vinyl
300 copies on blue/green marbled vinyl

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PR026 Late Nite Wars It's Okay Or Even Worse ‎(7", Blu) Panic Records PR026 US 2010
PR026 Late Nite Wars It's Okay Or Even Worse ‎(7", Sun) Panic Records PR026 US 2010