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Forget About Tomorrow

...And Then There's June

Universal Warning 3

Released on December 1, 2001

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Inspiration, harmonizing guitars and heartfelt lyrics… this is how Forget About Tomorrow was created… The poetic lyrics on this EP read like lines from lost love poems, with tales of longing and loss. There's raw intensity that explodes, but even in the quietest moments, you can feel the guitars dying to get out. On this, their first collaborated album for Universal Warning Records, Forget About Tomorrow allowed enough room to expand their Rock & Roll sound in order to capitalize on some heartfelt songwriting. Their sound is almost depressed… it evokes an emotional feeling that most anyone can accord with at some point in their lives. "I think we are a band that you can actually feel when you're listening to us. Our lyrics project deep emotion and the moody melodies make a solid heartfelt impact." - Justin, drums

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Acquaintance Voted #3  17%
2 Broken Hearts Are Blue Voted #1  50%
3 Valentine #2  0%
4 Broken Cherubs  0%
5 Not Really  0%
6 K's Song Voted #2  33%
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Mike from Kansas City, MO 
Mar 29 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is ok. Not the greatest but not the worst. It was a random CD I bought. If I had to do it over I wouldnt spend the money, but I would probably burn it.

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