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02.06.13 Albums I Wish I Got Into More

Albums I Wish I Was More Into

These albums were great in all respects but for one reason or another I just get into.
No Gods

The summer prior to its release, I was all about Sharks, and when I first listened to No Gods, I was really digging it, but it quickly lost appeal.
Death Is Birth

As much shit was given Gallows after Frank Carter's departure, it was a forseeable thing, he's been talking about quitting for two years prior. I thought the addition of Wade was interesting but rad nonetheless. I like True Colours a lot when it was released and I saw them live and thought that Wade filled nicely into Frank's shoes, but for some reason I just never ventured past one listen of this EP.
3The Gaslight Anthem

I am a HUGE Gaslight Anthem fan, their previous albums are some of my favorites and Handwritten has one of my songs they've written on it (National Anthem), but despite a few killer songs I felt like their was a lot of fillers on this album.
4Every Time I Die
New Junk Aesthetic

I love Every Time I Die. Although I expect getting shit for saying this, The Big Dirty is my favorite release from them. I don't want to say that NJA was a letdown, far from it, but comparatively, this album didn't hold up to its predecessors.
5Maylene and the Sons of Disaster

Before Maylene decided to turn into glam butt rock, they were getting relatively big, and I was into it. I bought this album pretty swiftly, as in me going into a record store and making a B Line for Metal-M. But I just felt like the album was trying too hard to be overly southern.
6Anthony Green

Love Circa Survive and Anthony Green, but this album was a bit boring I thought.
7Make Do and Mend
Everything You Ever Loved

I wanted to like this album, but it felt like a callback to the 90s in all of the worst ways.
8Polar Bear Club
Clash Battle Guilt Pride

Pawner was a killer opener. And the entire album is good, but I just couldn't listen to it in full more than maybe twice.
Listen and Forgive

I've Never Told That To Anyone is one of my favorite songs ever written. Needless to say, I was really stoked on the release of this album, but I soon got bored with the hype and listened to it well after its release and was into it, but not as much as I was hoping for.

Handguns are a great band, all of their EPs have been great and Angst was an awesome album. And then there was Early Retirement...
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