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  1. Released in , and reissued here for its 15th anniversary in , Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five is the first full-length from Braid. Influenced by bands like Cap’n Jazz, Jawbox, and Car Vs. Driver, but adding their own aggression to the music, the album shows the lines that can be drawn between the early days of emo and hardcore.
  2. Buy Braid's album titled Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five. Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five. by Braid $ Vinyl LP. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be Price: $
  3. (Vinyl, LP, LP, Album), Intro - Alpha Point - High Like The Angels. 8 Replies to “ Song Of The Siren - Various - Have A Nice Trip ” Musida says: at Feb 23, · written by Patrick Surdam arranged by Tyler Beaujon, Dillon James Morrison Halas, Sam McGarrity, and Patrick Surdam produced by Graham Stone mastered by Bruce Winter.
  4. Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five is a meticulously crafted record that never once feels anything other than raw and organic. Starting with the song titles (each begins with a different letter of the alphabet), it soon becomes clear that no aspect of the album is superfluous. Even the between-track interim .
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  6. May 20,  · With the reissues of their first two albums, Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five and The Age of Octeen, Braid offer proof of the genre's best and worst tendencies. Frankie, .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Frankie Welfare Boy Age 5 on Discogs. Label: Divot - DR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Emo, Hardcore, Indie Rock/5(3).
  8. In , Braid released their first full-length album, "Frankie Welfare Boy Age 5", a sprawling, 26 song double LP. This was followed by a frenzied release of EPs, split 7"s, and compilation appearances, as well a second LP, 's "Age Of Octeen". In the spring of , family commitments and job constraints forced Roy Ewing to leave the group.

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