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Crush, Boyfriend, Heartbreak

Whoa Oh 108

Released on July 1, 2005

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You say there are no good pop-punk bands? Suck it, Sam! The Unlovables play pop-punk the way Scott Rolen plays third base: unfuckingbelievably well! Every song on this album is insanely catchy, super-peppy, and sweet as a Slurpee. Hallie Bullit possesses not only the natural ability to write perfect pop songs but also a dynamite voice that's by turns cute, spunky, vulnerable, pretty, sassy, saccharine, dorky, and exuberant---all in a good way! Even when she's singing about gut-wrenching heartache, she exudes a sunny positive energy and pure likeability that are rare in this age of generic sound-alike singers. Musically, she and her band mates crank it with relentless joie de vivre, firing out sugary, energetic, feelgood pop-punk that hits the spot like a cold sip of Coca-Cola on a sweltering August day. Propelled by Christian Stefos's tasty guitar leads, Hallie's chunky bass lines, and Mikey Erg's frenzied drumming, the band's punchy attack wraps plenty of crunch around these songs' soft, chewy middle. And once you throw in those gooey, heaven-sent, piled-high harmonies...Forget about it! This is pop bliss personified, brother: hooks galore, melodies extraordinaire, crisp production, and harmonies TO DIE FOR!!! I could listen to this album 15 times in a row; and tonight, I just might.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I've Cried For You Voted #1  50%
2 If You Were Here Voted #2  33%
3 I Want A Boy  0%
4 Today's The Day  0%
5 Doot Da Doot Voted #3  17%
6 Vacation  0%
7 I Already Know  0%
8 Bein' In Love  0%
9 Counting Sheep  0%
10 It Sucks  0%
11 Feelin' All Emo  0%
12 Nonstop Thinking Of You  0%
13 Inconsolable  0%
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Ed from Bartlett, IL 
Aug 21 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like this album a lot. I think more bands need female vocalists. And right now pop punk is coming back I think. To me this album is better then heartsickle and you should totally buy it. They are a great live band too. Whoa Oh puts out a lot of great stuff. This is really super rad.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Mar 16 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm enjoying this. So far out of the 3 CD's I have gotten from this band, this is my favorite. Clever and witty songs (just like the album title suggests). I would like to see this band live so I could appreciate their songs more.

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