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The 2000s: Sum 41 — All Killer No Filler

Updated: Jul 29, 2022

In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy crown Sum 41’s 2001 album All Killer No Filler a Canadian musical landmark. That’s like a Canadian Heritage Minute, but it just plays every commercial break on Much Loud for eternity. Maybe a statue in Ajax, too. Find out more about how Sum 41 broke through outside of just the Canadian pop-punk scene to become emblematic of early-2000s culture, why their early work stands out even better in retrospect, and their unlikely turn to political nu-metal on this week’s podcast.

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