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|3.0 good||m4j3stiq | January 19th 17|
Signs of 'As it is' progressing musically. Still extremely boyish though. It might be fun at times but feeling 14 gets tiring after a few songs.At least they're starting to work towards more serious themes, evident in "Austen" - which quite frankly is the most above average or more than "okay" track on the record. These guys have loads of talent, but I don't like what they're doing with it. Unfortunately making the same song 10+ times does not make for a great album...
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|3.0 good||FlipTrackz | February 7th 17|
I mean it's better than their first album but the same general problem is still present. Catchy singles with a forgettable album. Though Soap surprised the hell oit of me.
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|3.5 great||SexualManChocolate | January 8th 18|
OH HELL YES! This is AII on top of their game. Happy Pop-Punk, a touch of gloom, and some experimental stuff on this album. Pretty artistic work.
|3.5 great||SweeneyTodd | April 28th 17|
Soap and No Way Out are actually brilliant, the rest are a tad forgettable but by no means awful. I went in expecting to hate this, came out digging it low-key
|2.5 average||osansad | January 28th 17|
This sounds like your average pop boyband trying to rip off the sound of early Fall Out Boy
|4.5 superb||brandonlikesturtles | January 26th 17|
Been listening nonstop since release. Basically my 2017 version of Sum 41's "All Killer No
|2.5 average||Willie STAFF | January 22nd 17|
Totally generic pop punk. It sounds like a direct beta version of The Starting Line's debut album, but with a bit more pop.
|1.5 very poor||Soupy | January 20th 17|
I checked this out as I'd seen a few strong reviews stating that this album showed "breathtaking maturity" and huge progression from their previous work. Absolutely laughable in my opinion. There is slight progression from "Never Happy, Ever After", especially sonically, but any attempt As It Is have made to mature their sound on this record is massively hindered by Patty Walters' vocals. The other vocalist, Ben Langford-Biss, generally impresses in the songs that he features in, with the guitarist giving off a slight Charlie Simpson vibe at times. Walters' vocals hold this album back and it's only due to the massively watered down alternative scene of the current era, populated by the likes of 5 Seconds of Summer and Sleeping with Sirens, that will allow this album and band to be taken seriously as a pop-punk band.
|2.5 average||Willow | March 20th 19|
|3.5 great||Josh | September 22nd 18|
|2.5 average||stasar | June 21st 18|
|4.5 superb||KManoc1 | December 16th 17|
|2.5 average||ian b. | May 7th 17|
|4.0 excellent||chris. | March 31st 17|
|3.5 great||kizmang | February 18th 17|
|4.0 excellent||CutMan | January 27th 17|
|5.0 classic||heper1 | January 23rd 17|
|1.0 awful||Mort. CONTRIBUTOR | January 23rd 17|
|4.0 excellent||JesperL | January 20th 17|
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