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|4.0 excellent||Joshua Blake | August 5th 08|
Faultless? No. Surprising? In good and bad ways...
Alot more polished than the multiple EP's they released, this album shows the start of a new direction for Aus punk, and should be the measure-stick for which that is measured.
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|1.5 very poor||David James Young | November 6th 07|
Few records give out an immediately negative response. But upon hearing this album, the first words I said? "Are you fucking serious?".
To put it lightly, this band is a joke- everything from the black-clad desperate fashion to the hugely irritating vocals. Even when they try and get quasi-political on "The Bonesman", it again results in the band embarrassing themselves. A very poor release from five sadly-potential-filled young men with dollar signs in their eyes.
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|0.0 ||thakey | July 12th 07|
I love this band, and i cant understand why some people rubbish it out so much. And/Or call them emo. For me this is their best album by far, with most songs being pretty catchy. Children of the broken hearted would have to be my fav song.
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|1.5 very poor||RunAmokRampant | February 2nd 09|
This is a horrid scene pleasing release from a band clearly doing this out of fashion and fame in an area stale and turgid with similar minded artists eg. The Getaway Plan.
This is NOT emo.
|4.0 excellent||Tristan | June 29th 12|
|1.5 very poor||mullo | April 30th 11|
|5.0 classic||ilbron | March 17th 10|
|3.5 great||cia | October 17th 09|
|4.0 excellent||reverie | April 27th 09|
|4.5 superb||Billy | February 15th 09|
|2.0 poor||yty | February 7th 09|
|3.5 great||Kylion | November 22nd 08|
|3.5 great||Mill | August 22nd 08|
|2.0 poor||iyae | December 26th 07|
|5.0 classic||tozman | November 15th 07|
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