This double LP was previously known as Technically Unsound but the guys have gotten older and a bit rounder so the artwork has been updated a bit. This version has the exact same songs on it as the CD version as well as the previous vinyl version in the 1996-2006 box set. The major difference you notice is all new artwork as well as the vinyl color for this version. But wait, there's more, this version comes with a digital download card that allows you to digitally download it and listen to it anywhere you like
Request an album send to friend. Technically Unsound (Cd2) (2005). The Lillingtons - Technically Unsound (Cd2). Label: Clearview Records. Bitrate (quality): 128. mp3. 1. Reform School (Live Stuff Jam Room).
The Lillingtons are a pop punk band from Newcastle, Wyoming. The original lineup consisting of Kody Templeman, Zack Rawhauser, Cory Laurence, and Tim (Timmy V) O'Hara as a four-piece only recorded the first 7","I Lost My Marbles", produced by Joe King of The Queers for his More Bounce to the Ounce compilation CD. The band continued as a three-piece after Zack quit.
The Lillingtons blasted their way out of the sleepy cowtown of Newcastle, Wyoming, in 1996 high off the influence of spirited bands like the Ramones, Screeching Weasel, and the Queers. Comprised of Kody Templeman (vocals/guitar), Cory Laurence (bass), and Tim O'Hara (aka Timmy V ), the band also later included Zachary Rawhouser (guitar). Self-releasing their first album, 1996's Shit Out of Luck, the Lillingtons initially coupled their direct pop-punk approach with adolescent-styled lyrics about girls and high school. But after a succession of vinyl-only releases, the guys got.