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Same Chords, Same Songs, Same Six Strings

(Members of ManDingo, Adams Alcoholics)

Suburban Home 25

Released on October 22, 2002

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After having toured the East Coast and Midwest with Fearless Recording artist, Big Wig, Stereotyperider are ready to release their debut masterpiece. Calling Arizona home, this 4 piece has plans to take over the world with their original sound that rides the fence of melody and aggression. Featuring ex members of ManDingo and Adams Alcoholics, the members of Stereotyperider are no strangers to the road. Stereotyperider has shared the stage with bands like the Suicide Machines, Big Wig, Ensign, International Noise Conspiracy, Nebula, and many more!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Closest Brother Voted #2  22%
2 It's Not Old Yet Voted #3  22%
3 One's For You Voted #1  33%
4 I Never Want To Rest  0%
5 Critical People  0%
6 Emerge And See  0%
7 Must Be Normal  0%
8 Forget It  6%
9 Concrete Ocean  0%
10 Aiona  0%
11 Wrong Reasons  0%
12 Blood Is A Chemical  17%
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Heyes from Irmo, SC 
Jan 27 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is worth checking out! I am glad there is at least one band out there that plays pop-punk with some aggression and speed and don't feel like every song has to build up to a stop and go breakdown. Stereotyperider writes and plays energized songs that sometimes sound like they are about to lose control of a runaway train, only to pull it back together with a fast-paced melody. The vocals will of course remind you of ManDingo, but the songs are much better in my opinion. At times, the music drowns out the vocals a little. Also, the songs are different, but there aren't any that really stick out like, WOW. I still think this is great!

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