"Drops of Jupiter" was a great song. "Meet Virginia" was pretty cool, too, but these guys were always just a few singles here and there.
Digging: Touche Amore - Stage Four
DID YOU MAKE IT TO THE MILKY WAY
fuck this band good review sowing m/
Album Rating: 4.0
Well I quite liked it (prepares to get shut down)
you really want that to be your first comment?
oh shit dude you got shut down
I actually really enjoyed this album. Not as good as Save Me San Fransisco, but still great
My girlfriend bought this record yesterday, as she has listened to it three times since, I must say.....
I'm surprised I haven't thrown her stereo out the window. Train has released some OKAY stuff dating back over ten years, however I wish my girlfriends atrocious taste in music back to country.
thanks for the warning, but its not like i was ever going to check this out
Album Rating: 1.5
Loved s/t, haven't cared since. I'm not the least bit surprised by this but thanks for the confirmation Sowing.
My mom would 5 this so hard.
"‘Drive By’ and ‘Mermaid’ both strive for an electro-pop sound, but end up sounding like N SYNC if they were older and used less autotune."
*screams in terror*
Good review Sowing, will steer clear of this.
WELL SHE WANTS TO LIVE HER LIFE
AND SHE THINKS ABOUT HER LIFE
PULLS HER HAIR BACK AS SHE SCREAMS,
"I DON'T REALLY WANNA LIVE THIS LIFE"
unless you're the backstreet boys m/
*gasp,oh man, don't point the fingers here.
yo guys let's have a 4 year old draw our band logo in crayon
shit will be so sweet
Digging: Thy Catafalque - Meta
For some odd reason I doubt I'd like this band, is it good I haven't heard of 'em?
Drops of Jupiter was cool back in the day. I'm sure this is awful.
Album Rating: 1.0
BOOOOOMMMM! Get some Train!!!!
I actually think Drive By is wicked catchy, don't really care about hearing the rest though
Album Rating: 1.0
"Drive By" reminds me of what Bruno Mars tried to accomplish with "The Lazy Song"
fuck that shit
This is disappointing. I saw them live a few months ago and they shocked me by how good they were.