no such thing as too much music man
Digging: The Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There
I think there is. Especially when said 'too much music' is depleting my wallet.
Digging: The Ongoing Concept - Saloon
i've probably spent a thousand dollars on itunes
dude if music sucks i can understand deleting it from your ipod...but home grown is pretty cool.
fair enough RIP home grown lol
don't you buy actual CD's too or is all your music on your ipod?
me. it's cool having the physical copy especially if it's an album you really like.
I got 6 physical CD's for xmas and probably bought about 30 of them in 2012.
oh that's what you meant lol. well i obviously don't have a vinyl player. I'm too worried I'd scratch them. You have a vinyl collection then?
"who the hell buys CD's anymore?"
Digging: Nothing - Guilty Of Everything
CD's are way cheaper and you can scratch them a little without fucking them up.
Don't get me wrong most my music is digital now but some albums are must own
I still buy CDs too. I just take a few that I want to hear with me in my car and then switch them out every so often when I want to listen to something else.
to those who negged any feedback on how i can improve the review would be helpful.
Great review, per usual lol. Pos'd, what do the two vocalists sound like? Is there a big variation between the two? I'm interested in hearing this album.
I generally really like early 2000s pop punx so would I like this?
Digging: Future Islands - Singles
thanks man. um I feel like one of the vocalists sounds similar to allister and one has a lower voice and has kind of an original sound. they don't sound too much like blink 182 vocally but they are fun and have dual vocals like blink.
check the links and decide for yourself :P
I saw this album at Poundland (UK Dollar Tree). I usually pick up albums from there based on cover art and/or song titles, but I don't know why I passed this one up It's the second time I pass up a decent record in this manner.
lol i thought you hated this kind of music?
Nah man, I like pop-punk. Most of it is too samey, but I do like the more commercial stuff (Undertones, Green Day, mid-period Blink, fame-period Sum 41, MxPx, poppier Bad Religion, some Buzzcocks and The Descendents, and of course the Ramones).
^I realize not all of those are pop-punk per se, but they all play poppy punk rock music.