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J. Page

Goodbye Chapel Hill

(As Friends Rust,Scaries)

Nice Guy 22

Released on July 26, 2005

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The debut release from this Gainesville-based group comprised of former members of AS FRIENDS RUST and THE SCARIES. Five solid tracks of driving punk and rock, delivered with dual lead vocalists and just the right amount of sugary pop to get you hooked.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Unlucky In Cards  0%
2 Dying Staying Here  0%
3 Personal Space Invader  0%
4 Goodbye Chapel Hill  0%
5 Beer Me, Asswipe  0%
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Vincent from Plaisir, France 
Sep 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Five songs, five anthems. Real melodic and fast punk, think Hot Water Music or The Wunder Years, for example. One of these too few bands in which's music you can hear their pleasure, fun, depth, love for heartful music. The two voices are totaly different (a very lyric and high-noted one and a raw and whisky-worked one) and totally made to be in the same band. And i've say "goodbye" to Chapel Hill some months ago, me too, so i'm forced to be in love with this record!

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Paul from Wellington, New Zealand 
Aug 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the best cd's i've bought in a long time. I got it because of the link to 'As Friends Rust' and i haven't been disappointed. If you're a fan of Hot Water Music or No Choice I highly recommend you check this out.

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Aaron from Mesa, AZ 
Aug 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If Hot Water Music had a little bit more of an emo w/ screams (not screamo) feel, then J. Page could change their names to Hot Water Music and they could release 2 or 3 albums per year and tour simultaneously and then put all the money into one big Hot Water Page fund and live happily ever after. Well....that won't ever happen, so instead they will stay as two seperate bands. Hot Water Music will continue to be the icon that helped spark the Gainsville scene and J. Page will pick up the torch, put their own twist on it and carry on. This album is catchy as hell and is exactly what I described above, Hot Water Music with more screams and more emo, but not in a screamo kind of way. They have their own sound, but the influence is obvious and there's not a damn thing wrong with that. This is a great disc to tide you over until the next HWM release.

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