Paramore Stream Some of New Album

2013-04-02 by East Hastings | 24 Comments
Paramore have announced that they will be streaming their new self-titled record ahead of its April 9th, in an
interesting fashion - 4 sides of the record will be up for streaming on 4 consecutive days, starting with Side A
today. Side A includes 'Fast In My Car', 'Now', 'Grow Up' and 'Daydreaming'.
Listen here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zlCb_0GWRg4

Tagged: Paramore

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Ire
April 2nd 2013
41948 Comments


lol no thx

joshieboy12345
April 2nd 2013
5393 Comments


Well I've already downloaded a torrent of the whole album. HA!

Azn.
April 2nd 2013
5625 Comments


never particularly enjoyed them

Skoj
April 3rd 2013
1599 Comments


This sucks so hard I killed myself three times before the first chorus.

Sapient.
April 3rd 2013
1109 Comments


Still don't get the irrational hate for this

IHeardThat
April 3rd 2013
77 Comments


Say what you will, but I liked their first 3 albums. I'm sure this won't live up to my expectations, but I'm excited either way.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2013
22088 Comments


the whole album is already streaming on youtube though lol

Digging: Julie Byrne - Not Even Happiness

TooLateToGoBack
April 3rd 2013
1946 Comments


Loved "Now" so I am excited.

Scoot
April 3rd 2013
18602 Comments


why wouldn't they just stream the whole thing

henryChinaski
April 3rd 2013
3521 Comments


Ain't It Fun is good.

Digging: Dustin Tebbutt - First Light

AlexanderScotch
April 3rd 2013
11 Comments


Pointless....

VanSchuldiner
April 3rd 2013
659 Comments


Lol

Cygnatti
April 3rd 2013
30826 Comments


bad bad

Digging: The Electric Eels - God Says Fuck You

Zeiu
April 3rd 2013
204 Comments


why does hailey look like a tard

demigod!
April 3rd 2013
48906 Comments


Terrible

BigPleb
April 3rd 2013
48433 Comments


Still bang that

BigPleb
April 3rd 2013
48433 Comments


They the genuine lyrics?

NapalmCrusader
April 3rd 2013
1738 Comments


Horrible

tmagistrelli
April 3rd 2013
760 Comments


this is actually pretty good so far... i was worried it would suck.

Fieryfenderz
April 3rd 2013
1775 Comments


I enjoy the album surprisingly. It's very different writing-wise but I think the songs are genuinely good. Just not the usual paramore sound.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2013
22088 Comments


it's not terrible if you can actually make it past the first few songs which suck

toxin.
April 3rd 2013
12896 Comments


proof still has a kickass chorus, this is probably a 3.2 for me. if they cut out the shit and made a normal-sized album (i.e. 10-11 songs) this could be a 4

Fieryfenderz
April 3rd 2013
1775 Comments


I think it's a 3.5 for me. It's just a huge stylistic change, not a collection of bad songs. Just an incredibly jarring change. Still great vocals and some decent lyrics.

TheEnygma
April 3rd 2013
50 Comments


she always reminds me of Amy Lee from Evanescence: great voice but stuck with a decent-to-mediocre band



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