Silver Linings - Less Than Jake

Silver Linings

Less Than Jake

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2020-12-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2020 Pure Noise Records


Title Artist Time
The High Cost of Low Living Less Than Jake 2:39
Lie to Me Less Than Jake 3:38
Keep on Chasing Less Than Jake 3:03
Anytime and Anywhere Less Than Jake 2:30
The Test Less Than Jake 2:54
Dear Me Less Than Jake 3:17
Monkey Wrench Myself Less Than Jake 2:58
King of the Downside Less Than Jake 2:38
Lost at Home Less Than Jake 3:20
Move Less Than Jake 3:24
Bill Less Than Jake 3:03
So Much Less Less Than Jake 3:17


  • Solid

    By Hamwhipper
    It's a solid deuce, Mr. Brownfish.
  • No low living here

    By Realistic Gamer 348
    LTJ definitely bringing some of their best work here.
  • Amazing

    By Totally Gawne
    While most of the bands I've loved for a long time are starting to / continuing to disappoint, LTJ puts out another amazing album. Vocals sound better than ever, great melodies, and not repetitive. Great album front to back- not enough albums you can play all the way through these days. Just what I needed right now too. Thanks guys! Keep it up!
  • Yes yes yes

    By stalverd
    Less Than Jake is what we have been missing for the past 10 years, finally a good punk ska record
  • More great music from Less Than Jake

    By Chandyow
    Typically I have to listen to new music several times before I decide whether I like it or not. With Silver Linings there were several tracks that I immediately loved and found myself singing. Lie to Me, Keep on Chasing, Dear Me, Anytime and Anywhere and more. So good!
  • Less than Jake pulls through with a great CD in difficult times

    By Something Epic is About to Happen
    While tamer than 20-25 years ago, LTJ keeps pulling through with great music. The single, Lie To Me, was a great introduction to this album. During difficult times, LTJ pulled through with a great album that’ll lift and fan’s spirits. Anytime and Anywhere is the fastest song on the cd, and doesn’t really bang like their old punky stuff (See: Johnny Quest Thinks We’re Sellouts), but still reminds us they’re part punk rock. King of the Downside and Lost at Home are the swingy, ska-y tunes on the cd and remind us the band is more than pop-punk. All in all, LTJ provides us a boost with great music in tough times with “Silver Linings.” 2020 has been quite a rollercoaster and the drama’s not over yet, but at least with a great soundtrack we can send the year packing.

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