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It's Getting Late

No Milk 4

Released on December 27, 2002


This is the debut EP featuring 6 songs from the rock four piece hailing from Cranford, New Jersey. It combines their love for 80's rock bands like Guns N' Roses with current influences of bands like Piebald and Midtown. Produced by Chris Badami (Fenix TX, Starting Line, Early November, Midtown, Catch22).

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Decay Voted #2  20%
2 Sleepless Nights Voted #1  30%
3 Troma  10%
4 Switzerland  10%
5 Break Out The Violins Voted #3  20%
6 Dead For Days  10%
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Andre from Peoria, AZ 
Feb 18 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Dont waste your time or money! None of the songs are very good, they sound like every other band that is on drive- thru records.

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Jeff from Brampton, ON Canada 
Aug 6 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i bought this after hearing their brand new song "funeral masses" ... that song is more 'emo' than this ep. this ep sounds a lot like older blink-182, very catchy and melodic. i'm curious to see how much they've changed their sound with their upcoming drive-thru release? the one downfall is that all the songs sound too similar, but overall, a good release and worth buying for such a cheap price!

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Cody from Holland, MI 
May 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

pop/emo punk. reminds me of fall out boy, or the starting line, only way better. i woul recommend this cd to anyone who would want a cd of death cab for cutie mixed with MXPX. lol...

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