Less Than Jake – B is for B-Sides

Release Date: July 20, 2004
Reviewed by Sonya Sutherland

B is for B-sides is comprised of the tracks that didn’t make Less Than Jakes’ not-so-much-ska-but-more-pop-punk release Anthem, which seemed to alienate some of their these-guys-are-so-ska fans who wanted their prominent horn section. The tracks from B is for B-sides seem to be the missing bride between Less Than Jakes’ usual horn heavy sound and their newer material found on Anthem.

A short album (under a half hour) warrants a short review so, if your pressed for time, check out Portrait of a Cigarette Smoker, Last Rites To Sleepless Nights, and Bridge and Tunnel Authority, I don’t know if this half album is worth its full sticker price, but its certainly worth a listen.



Schwegweb.com is here for what everyone wants, live concert photography. We bring you up-to-date concert photos, features, CD reviews and anything else that is music. Our coverage spans from California to New York and everything in between. Enjoy your stay.

Thank you for visiting and if you want to see more or have any suggestions, email us.

None of the photographs on this site may be used elsewhere without permission.

Search Schwegweb
Follow Us!
Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.