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Narshh
November 13th 2012


1192 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lololol

ViralOblivion
November 13th 2012


7679 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"It's All Crazy > Brother Sister > Catch For Us The Foxes > this > A-->B"



such a terrible rating holy fucking shit

barcafan21
November 13th 2012


2115 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

brother sister is soooooo obviously better than everything else

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ABjordanMM
November 13th 2012


1505 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I would say that brother sister is the best. But somethin about this album is just so rewarding to listen to.

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skoopy48
November 20th 2012


1728 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"It's All Crazy > Brother Sister > Catch For Us The Foxes > this > A-->B"



Your fucking joking right

SGGreenman
November 21st 2012


1026 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

so yeah this is awesome. Fox's Dream of the Lodge Flume up there for song of the year.

atrink
November 21st 2012


2845 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

ALL OF THEIR ALBUMS ARE FUCKING AMAZING!



once again, I feel as though i have adequately settled this

ProjectFreak
December 11th 2012


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

compared to their discography, this album does nothing for me

Elephant in the Dock, Fox's Dream, Nine Stories, and All Circles are pretty great, but nothing here grips me like I'm used to.



Oh and to answer these month old comments, no, I'm not joking. I freaking love It's All Crazy, and I'm just not getting this one.

wacknizzle
December 11th 2012


13961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

negative, if you're wrong again ill rub my feet on the carpet and zap you!

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wacknizzle
December 11th 2012


13961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

What about Brother Sister, Catch For us The Foxes, and A To B Life? Those are better sadly but I still love this.

DrMaximus
December 11th 2012


10853 Comments


Brother, Sister is the best

wacknizzle
December 11th 2012


13961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah but I don't like to think that way, the first 3 albums are all so good.

DrMaximus
December 11th 2012


10853 Comments


Yeah agreed

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
December 11th 2012


19203 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

This is so great. Brother, Sister is slightly better I suppose, but I often find myself liking this more.

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ProjectFreak
December 12th 2012


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I go back and forth on this but sometimes I honestly like Catch For Us the Foxes more than Brother Sister.



[A-->B] Life never really gelled with me, except Silencer and Nice and Blue.

KSK1
December 12th 2012


4099 Comments


Hey where should I start with this band? They're playing the Underoath tour and it would be cool to know some of their material.

DrMaximus
December 12th 2012


10853 Comments


I dunno man, "Brother, Sister" is my favourite with "Catch for us the foxes" close behind

cliiint
December 12th 2012


858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

"Hey where should I start with this band? They're playing the Underoath tour and it would be cool to know some of their material."



just look up some of their most recent set lists, its really hard to tell you 'where to start' since out of the last three albums they've released, two sound like completely different bands and this sounds like a blend of those two.



just listen to the last three





KSK1
December 12th 2012


4099 Comments


Thanks guys i'll just go in order then

atrink
December 12th 2012


2845 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I don't know... They're touring with underoath, letlive and as cities burn (who's playing SILYAYD) so i'm hoping i'll be able to hear some [A-->B] Life.



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