chiggles
Chris Higgins
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Reviews 38
Approval 55%

Soundoffs 9
News Articles 4
Band Edits + Tags 2
Album Edits 9

Album Ratings 69
Objectivity 96%

Last Active 12-19-10 10:51 pm
Joined 07-14-09

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Average Rating: 3.00
Rating Variance: 0.71
Objectivity Score: 96%
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4.5 superb
All That Remains The Fall of Ideals
Through the Eyes of the Dead The Scars of Ages

4.0 excellent
A Day to Remember For Those Who Have Heart
A Day to Remember For Those Who Have Heart [Re-Issue]
Easily one of the most popular bands on the hardcore scene, A Day to Remember takes storm with their second studio release. Jeremy's low guttural vocals, head bobbing breakdowns and a great mix of genres really make this album heard. Honestly, the band doesnt stand out much at all, especially in today's rock scene, but theyre making a stand for everything they believe is right, and as long as they keep on going like they are, they will continue to create great music such as everything on this record.
Adeste In Parables
All Time Low Put Up or Shut Up
All Time Low The Party Scene
'The Party Scene' is a catchy, memorable and unforgettable pop-punk experience from start to finish.
August Burns Red Messengers
Broadway Kingdoms
Four Year Strong Enemy of the World
Stick To Your Guns The Hope Division
The Devil Wears Prada Zombie
The Subtle Way Thus Far, the Channels Speak

3.5 great
A Day to Remember Homesick
So they change their sound a bit, but with "Homesick", ADTR proves that they can juggle multiple genres such as hardcore and pop-punk, and they do it successfully. The songs are catchy and easy to remember, the musics fun and overall I think the album is worth 98% of the time you'll be listening to it.
Alesana The Emptiness
All Time Low Three Words to Remember in Dealing With The End
Armor For Sleep What To Do When You Are Dead
Asking Alexandria Stand Up and Scream
Blessthefall Witness
Escape the Fate Dying Is Your Latest Fashion
I Call Fives Bad Advice
I See Stars 3D
In Fear and Faith Voyage
Major League The Truth Is...
Paddock Park A Hiding Place For Fake Friends
Silverstein Transitions
Texas In July I Am
Van Atta High Love Blitz: United
We Came As Romans To Plant a Seed
We The Kings We The Kings

3.0 good
A Day to Remember And Their Name Was Treason
A Day to Remember's first studio release benches them as a hardcore/screamo band out of Florida, where the band stands out though is after the screamed verse, the chorus becomes catchy and easily memorable, and this is where ADTR stands out. Blending singing and screaming is absoulutely nothing new, but ADTR does it with passion, working carefully to make almost every aspect work. "And Their Name Was Treason" starts heavy, but becomes flawed as it nears the end of the album. Still alot of good songs here, it just couldve been alot better. You also have to remember this was their first album so they have matured greatly between then and now.
A Heros Fate Another Knight Alone
A Skylit Drive She Watched the Sky
Abandon All Ships Geeving
Adestria Oh The Places You'll Go EP
All Time Low So Wrong, It's Right
All Time Low Nothing Personal
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Something for Nothing
Here Comes the Kraken Here Comes the Kraken
I, the Breather These Are My Sins
Of Mice and Men Of Mice & Men
Oh, Sleeper Son Of The Morning
Our Last Night Building Cities from Scratch
Simple Plan No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
Simple Plan is barely more then a five piece punk band, they got high pitched singing, easily forgotten guitars and teen love-bent lyrics, but some of the songs stand out more then the rest. The album starts off very catchy, getting the listener to move around in the seat a little bit, then the album drifts into more seriousness, as 'Perfect' plays through the speakers, one thinks about family relationships and we see that Simple Plan isnt a complete joke, and that when they want to create serious songs, they can pull it off very well. Recommended.
Simple Plan Still Not Getting Any...
Simple Plan has'nt changed between their previous studio effort and now, they still create fast paced, catchy pop punk. Some of this album feels like a joke though, the lyrics are simple minded and the only thing that feels good to me is the music and the way it's blended together. I like Simple Plan, I don't find them annoying or anything, they make very simple pop-punk that makes me feel better at times, so yes I enjoy them as a band and I enjoyed this album no more then I enjoyed their previous release.
Story of the Year Page Avenue
The Color Morale We All Have Demons
There For Tomorrow A Little Faster

2.5 average
Attila Rage
Boys Like Girls Love Drunk
Very average pop-punk that rarely feels like any improvement over their self titled debut. Though they can manage to get Taylor Swift for a duet in Two Is Better Than One, this is just repetitive pop punk.
Bring Me the Horizon Count Your Blessings
Escape the Fate This War Is Ours
Four Year Strong Demo
Like Moths to Flames Sweet Talker
Polyenso The Tide
While 'The Tide' shows promise in a few parts, nothing really equals out as something to separate this band (or album) from the crowd. Here is the slow start of a band to do bigger things.

2.0 poor
Attack Attack! (US) Someday Came Suddenly
Attack Attack! (US) If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Use Swords?
Attack Attack! (US) Attack Attack!
Emmure Felony
Four Year Strong Explains It All
No Bragging Rights Illuminator
An album full of things and songs that I wanted to love, and I tried so hard to like it. In the end though, it's still a bland and generic attempt at being different.
Sea of Treachery At Dagger's Dawn

1.5 very poor
Asking Alexandria Life Gone Wild
Before Their Eyes Untouchable
Confide Recover
Escape the Fate Escape the Fate

1.0 awful
brokeNCYDE BC 13 EP
brokeNCYDE The Broken
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
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