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Every Last Time

Revelation 75

Released on November 8, 2005


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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Pirate Song  10%
2 Sweet Wreck  7%
3 My Star Voted #3  13%
4 What I Learned In School  0%
5 Shock Tester  0%
6 Mean  7%
7 The Easy Way  3%
8 If You Want My Advice  3%
9 Last Of The Good Guys  0%
10 Boy Wonder  0%
11 Hey Radio  10%
12 Everything I Do Is Wrong  0%
13 The Difference Between Flying And Falling Voted #2  17%
14 Mercury Dimes Voted #1  30%
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Nick from Port St Lucie, FL 
Oct 28 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Back in 2001, my creative writing teacher in high school turned me onto this band. He let me borrow this cd and I was instantly in love with it. Now, over 5 years later I FINALLY bought it. How lazy am I? Anyway, this cd is the best Gameface cd I have ever heard. The song Sweet Wreck just blows me away. The passion you can hear from these guys in their music is really something you don't find much anymore. I wish they would make another cd like this.

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Shaun from Toronto, OH 
Jan 14 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is my third Gameface CD, the first two being 'Three To Get Ready' and the second being their EP 'Cupcakes'. I must say that as I buy their CD's you can hear them getting more and more mature each release. Jeff first started playing guitar on this and it shows because they freaking rock. This has more of a ___ feel (starts with an 'e', I'm not saying it), but not in that cheesy kind of way. Sometimes Jeff won't sing and they will rock out for about 30 seconds or so and it's just awesome. I freaking love this CD. Hang out in your room with your friends and drink Mountain Dew to this.

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