On their debut release, a four-song EP over 20 minutes long, Moneen combines the more rock elements of Jimmy Eat World with the sensitivity of Sense Field and the delicate stops and starts of Elliott to create a moody and deep disc. From the drive of 'How many other girls are there in the world anyway?' to the emo waltz of 'Passing of America' to the stuttering off-kilter closing strains of 'This year I've had Enough', Smaller Chairs oozes sincerity - a rare commodity in rock these days. - EXCLAIM MAGAZINE
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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada
Feb 24 2006
This is a solid ep from Moneen. It has one of the songs that Alexisonfire covered on the switcheroo cd. If you’re a fan and you don’t have this then it is definitely worth picking up.
Josh from Roanoke, TX
Mar 10 2004
I love the EP if your like any of moneens other stuff or bands like the Get up Kids then this is for you.
Jared from Marlborough, MA
Mar 1 2003
Buy the full length before you buy this e.p. Its great but it doesn't have some of that cool lead that the other cd has.
Scott from Homestead, PA
Oct 6 2002
This EP is ace. It reminds me of Static Prevails-era Jimmy Eat World. If you're into stuff like that, then you should get this. It's pretty cheap too. One star off for the fact that it's an EP so it's short (it's hard for an EP to be perfect), and some of the vocals have poor quality recording, and they're hard to hear.
Jeremy from Southfield, MI
Dec 17 2001
The only drawback to this ep is the fact that it's short. I guess I have no right to complain though because ep's aren't usually very long. Overall this is a great emo cd. Angular guitars and slightly off-key vocals will make fans of piebald and the promise ring very happy. I'd recommend buying the full-length "theory of harmonial value" before you buy this though.