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|3.5 great||pepster50 | February 17th 13|
nothing original or special, but just too much fun. Pretty interesting guitar work for pop punk, and filled with fast songs. I really enjoyed this.
|3.0 good||xstaytrue18x | July 26th 12|
good listen and its really catchy. gonna leave it at a 3 for now and maybe up it once ive made it through a few more listens.
|2.0 poor||Sleeping At Last | July 15th 12|
The guy from Absolutepunk gave this a 5.5/10....this is probably complete crap.
EDIT: I'm finally listening to it now and it seems incredibly standard as of now. The
profile is sure correct, they've got no gimmicks - which in pop punk kinda sucks because
then they've only got lyrics and catchiness with going for them. From the start, I rather
enjoyed it, I got a very strong Valencia vibe from it. The singer seems to get off key a
few times, but at least the guitar solo was there to save the opener. The next few songs
aren't better, the guitar work is most often boring.
"I'm losing interest in all your promises." An interesting line but incidently, I'm losing
interest in this album. Few things are working for this band right now, the drums are way
boring and the production mutes the guitars so that you can barely hear them unless the guy
isn't singing. It's all for the best, I suppose, because the guitars are rarely noteworthy
to begin with.
Disillusioned guy from Absolutepunk is right: you've heard this album plenty of times
before, once more isn't going to hurt anybody, but it's also not going to impress either.
There are moments in the album that makes you think that they could have been much better
such as the last break in Harvard and the chorus of Postcards. But not matter how catchy it
is, it's not memorable and the guy's voice sounds like a second-rate Shane Henderson. It
could be worse, I guess, at least it didn't have pointless breakdowns.
|3.5 great||AdamK | November 18th 12|
|2.5 average||SteveP | September 1st 12|
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