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PhoenixRising
September 18th 2007



277 Comments


"Sure they're not Dream Theater, but they are decent."

Decent = 5?This Message Edited On 09.18.07

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
September 18th 2007



15724 Comments


Because all relatively enjoyable music is classic and all hip hop=1.

Digging: A Sunny Day In Glasgow - Sea When Absent

PhoenixRising
September 18th 2007



277 Comments


makes perfect sense...

BallsToTheWall
September 18th 2007



44164 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Album is growing.This Message Edited On 02.25.08

The Jungler
September 18th 2007



4827 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

[quote=PhoenixRising]Decent = 5?[/quote]He is talking about how skilled they are at their instruments, not how good he finds the album to be.

PhoenixRising
September 18th 2007



277 Comments


gotcha.
although might be tough to argue that a band that is "decent" in any aspect can be a classic.
just stirring the pot boys.

kalkal50
October 13th 2007



2386 Comments


Misery Business is such a good song. The album is catchy, but pretty generic pop-punk.

bassguitar245
October 20th 2007



15 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

why do you have to compare everything to Panic at The Disco cause they blow.

StreetlightRock
Emeritus
October 22nd 2007



3760 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

*sigh*, i love the upbeat songs here, but as soon as they try to be 'deep' they totally lose the plot. The songs from When It Rains to We Are Broken are mostly mediocre, except maybe crushcrush.

Digging: Towers - Bel Air Highrise Plantation

Paramore92195
November 3rd 2007



2 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i loved this album
i loved the song "crush, crush, crush"
and "when it rains"

= ]
very nice
it had a very unique sound to it
i liked it


StreetlightRock
Emeritus
November 4th 2007



3760 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

AGghh. Just listening to this again... 'Your arms like towers, tower over me' That line makes me want to kill cute cuddly things.

Yyy
November 4th 2007



289 Comments


~**~thats wot u get wen u let ur hart wiiiiinnnn~**~



Pluh
November 15th 2007



579 Comments


how is it that overnight these people randomly got popular?
i never heard this crap before, i go on to check my myspace and suddenly every damn page is filled with a paramore song or a paramore fanboy/girl/trannie/whatever.

plane
Staff Reviewer
November 15th 2007



6085 Comments


They didn't randomly get popular.

Pluh
November 15th 2007



579 Comments


in my opinion they did. i never heard a word about this band and randomly in the span of a month i've heard more than i ever wanted to. and seen too many fanboys of this band strutting around my school then i wanted to see... it's pretty disgusting.This Message Edited On 11.15.07

Otisbum
November 19th 2007



1912 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This has grown on me lately.

Fort23
November 19th 2007



2474 Comments


how is it that overnight these people randomly got popular?

i never heard this crap before, i go on to check my myspace and suddenly every damn page is filled with a paramore song or a paramore fanboy/girl/trannie/whatever.


lulz
this is a solid album. its super duper catchy.

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
November 19th 2007



16081 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

They really kind of broke out because of "Pressure" and then blew up because of "Misery Business"

The Jungler
November 19th 2007



4827 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Emergency got some play on fuse/the mtv satellites as well.

plane
Staff Reviewer
November 19th 2007



6085 Comments


There's a difference between them being popular (which they have been since '06 with All We Know Is Falling) and them hitting the mainstream market with Riot!

edit: Right. Emergency and Pressure were played a lot.This Message Edited On 11.19.07



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