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|3.0 good||TDenverFan | June 13th 12|
Assemble is a decent follow up to Right Here Right Now, the group's first album. However, it fails to live up to RHRN. The group took a new direction, a bit more rock and roll than the pop-punk feel the group used to have. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but many of the songs sound similar. Unlike RHRN, which had standout songs in 'Stop Right There' (Featuring a verse from Ryan Key of Yellowcard) and 'Nightmare' (Featuring a very unique verse where the two singers alternate syllables sung, creating a very sound), Assemble lacks a standout single. If I had to pick a favorite song, it would probably be 'Fireworks.' Even that, however, is nothing special. It's not bad, but yet it's fairly cookie-cutter. That is a theme that appears throughout the album. This album, although not bad, lacks anything unique or creative that will make it stand out from the crowd.rAlso, the vocals seemed to regress a bit from the last album. The singer (I don't know his name) shouts many lines, and he has a more rough sound than in RHRN. It sounds much worse this way.rOverall, this album is not bad, however, it is lackluster compared with their previous work.
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