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Relationships Ruin Friendships

Thinker Thought 11

Released on February 28, 2005


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With respect to their predecessors, The Forecast gives the genre a well-deserved ass kicking, ratcheting up the intensity and doing away with any pretension. Just balls to the wall, in your face rock and roll. Inspired by bands like Braid, Rainer Maria and the Get Up Kids, their sound is solid beyond their years. Last November they once again entered the studio with AJ Mogis and recorded “Relationships Ruin Friendships” and a yet-to-be-titled full-length.

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1 Apr  11%
2 Contemporary Business Voted #2  28%
3 Broken Bottles Voted #3  28%
4 Heart Healthy Voted #1  33%
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Mary from Mooresville, NC 
Feb 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

1 song from Late Night Conversations, and 3 others. This album is great. They have a wonderful way of combining indie, country, and post hardcore, and letting a bit of all of them show through. Their lyrics are emo-ish, but not in a mainstream emo kind of way. They have more in depth parts to them. This band rocks, but I reccomend picking of Late Night Conversations first.

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