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Militia Group 33

Released on September 20, 2005

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Issuing a challenge to their cohorts, Will Pugh calls out “pop punk today isn’t going anywhere- let’s make some moves.” With their new album “Chroma,” Cartel definitely makes some big moves in the right direction.

Cartel has opened their minds to new musical possibilities that challenge their peers to achieve something more. The band brings the best of both worlds in accessibility and artistry. “Chroma” also reveals Will Pugh’s deep thoughts and philosophical questioning through bright melodies that stay in your head all day long. Their compelling guitar arrangements, driving drums, and youthful energy rival more seasoned artists and naturally invoke attention.

Cartel mesh loud, bombastic guitars with pretty melodies and rock arrangements with an acute sense of pop songwriting. The band started out as a guilty pleasure for many- who are now demanding more and more.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Say Anything (Else) Voted #2  14%
2 Honestly Voted #1  28%
3 Runaway  7%
4 Matter Of Time  4%
5 Burn This City  6%
6 Save Us  1%
7 Luckie St. Voted #3  12%
8 Settle Down  7%
9 If I Fail  11%
10 The Minstrel's Prayer  6%
11 Q  1%
12 A  4%
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Mike from Downers Grove, IL 
Sep 18 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

clearly both a step up and a step down from the ep, but i'm not arguing the catchiness just the choice of certain songs it kind of lags on. starts out good and ends fairly well. these guys need to stick to upbeat rocking tunes with the soaring choruses, and not mess with slowed down thoughtful balladry or that sh***y acoustic song at the end.

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Patrick from Columbia, MO 
Jul 11 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I guess I'm the only one brave enough to review the power-pop albums, and that's fine... Certainly worth picking up if you're into real clean vocals and good production. Think Dashboard without all the personal lyrics

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