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Potential Getaway Driver

Fire Ice and Lukewarm Water

Pop Riot 1

Released on May 1, 2001

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This release is what would happen if iron maiden, screeching weasal, and def leapard were genetically cloned to form the most perfect release that is Potential Getaway Driver. Spinal Tap eat your heart out.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Band (our Cards Are On The Table)  0%
2 Take Me Away Voted #1  50%
3 Long Road Home  0%
4 I Invented The Question Mark?  0%
5 Long Gone  0%
6 Winter's Dream Voted #3  17%
7 Here For You  0%
8 Wheatland  8%
9 Anna'a Song  0%
10 Lonely Tonight Voted #2  25%
11 Missed The Point  0%
12 Lulaby  0%
13 Photograph  0%
14 The Band (reprise)  0%
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Robin from Lincoln, NE 
Mar 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome album! If you like Gamits or Fairlanes, it's a must have. Featuring members of both gamits and fairlanes, this cd is sure to rock your socks off! Be sure to check this cd out if you like well played pop punk!

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Jon from Boulder, CO 
Dec 9 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

hmm, not really my taste. there are some good songs on it but this album is very eclectic; too many styles. it's somewhat poppy, which isnt bad, but doesnt add much. song 2 is my favorite. I would recommend the Gamits (the guitarist and drummer for PGD are/were in Gamits) and older Fairlanes (Songs for cruising, Fairlanes is Scott the lead singer's band.)

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Todd from Mililani, HI 
Nov 27 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The first couple songs are pretty good. There's a few after but not show me this CD again. It sucks! I should've never bought it. It's a waste of space that never gets any play time in my stereo. If you're in love with pop punk that sounds the same in every song, buy it. Uh...ya...this CD sucks. I give it a two for the songs that are alright.

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Liao from Taipei, Taiwan 
Aug 24 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

the album is not bad.catchy and harmony...gamits and fairlanes mix together...(buy gamits before this...)

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Jeff from Broomfield, CO 
Jul 29 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow, what more can i say. if you like the fairlanes, the gamits, the weakerthans, the bouncing souls, def leapard, or punk rock in general, this is for you. this cd has somthing for almost all musical tastes. It has punk songs, emo songs, and a couple of songs from the 80's hairband era. all in all, you need this cd.

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Tami from Salisbury, MD 
Jul 29 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It really should say somewhere that this is a combination of two really, really good bands; the Gamits and the Fairlanes. It doesn't really sound like either band, probably because the Fairlanes' bass player is the lead singer. Any fans of either band would really like this.

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