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McDiggitz
February 2nd 2009



76 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Well if the reviewer heard a song off TBS's 2nd album when he was 14... that'd mean he was 19 at the oldest now. I'm betting 18 though. and it shows. This type of pop-fluff is what's rancid in the music industry. Band's with 4 chord songs getting glorified beyond belief as "ground breaking" and "inventive". I don't know if you've ever seen TBS live, and I have 3 times (At festivals, never went to see them exclusively) and not one time has the singer or guitarist been able to hit their notes. Their undeveloped voices are just not ready for that sort of strain. Auto tune must be their best friend in the studio. I want to like these guys so much because of all the hype they get, but I just can't get past the uncreative riffs and boring music. The vocals on the CD are ok, but live it's like watching a 12 year old go through puberty.

gaslightanthem
February 2nd 2009



5209 Comments


like i said before album is for faggots and if you're not a faggot you won't like this so you may want to get out now

McDiggitz
February 2nd 2009



76 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Just calling everyone who likes a song a faggot doesn't mean anything. It actually just makes you look childish and wrong. I agree with you that the album is bad. But calling people who listen to it faggots does nothing but set them in their ways more. Use some better methods.

Athom
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



17114 Comments


you gave Drop Dead Gorgeous a 4.5 stfu.
and the 4 over his comment denotes a like of TBS' faggotry.This Message Edited On 02.02.09

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gaslightanthem
February 2nd 2009



5209 Comments


i do like TBS faggotry!! sheesh

Athom
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



17114 Comments


Sputnikmusic. A place for fagsThis Message Edited On 02.02.09

gaslightanthem
February 2nd 2009



5209 Comments


it's good for the children

McDiggitz
February 2nd 2009



76 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

In Vogue was a very solid album. The 2nd album was complete garbage.

And stfu or you'll what? Bitch some more? Seems like you'll do that anyway.

Athom
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



17114 Comments


cute, i made a new e-friend. : )

McDiggitz
February 2nd 2009



76 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Glad to meet ya.

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



17911 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i've seen them live yeah i thought they were good

thanks for your input though

lunchforthesky
February 2nd 2009



1039 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Liked it when I was 17-18. It's okay now for party music but I don't listen to it much.

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



16071 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

McDiggitz doesn't get why people like this I don't thinkl

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mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



17911 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

he is obviously not a faggot

Lunarfall
February 2nd 2009



3177 Comments


he forgot to tell all his friends

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2009



16071 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

And im not so sure if im sure of anything anymore

iarescientists
February 2nd 2009



5863 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

adam lazzara is like JFK with girl problems

iarescientists
February 2nd 2009



5863 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ask not what your country can do for you but if you are so sick of being tired

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
February 3rd 2009



17911 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol zach

big80smullet
February 3rd 2009



41 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

iluvatar you are sadly mistaken. this is the second best pop punk album ever. Say Anything's ...was a real boy is superior. just



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