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Superstitions of the Sky

Things Said In Passing

Robodog 10

Released on August 14, 2001

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Robodog goes acoustic with this side project featuring members of Neil Perry, Joshua Fit For Battle, and The Now. Melodic with real singing. Screamo kids doing acoustic rock is pretty terrifying!!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Summary And Solution Voted #2  13%
2 For The Car Ride Home Voted #3  13%
3 Don't Forget to Write.....  8%
4 21 and Counting  8%
5 Hearts Break They Don't Bend Voted #1  29%
6 Things Said In Passing  13%
7 Few and Far Between  13%
8 The Sound Of Pieces Falling Together....and Us Falling Apart  4%
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Scott from Homestead, PA 
Aug 11 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the best acoustic album I've ever heard. Trash that Dashboard album and pick this up. These two guys have been in some pretty heavy emo bands, but they pull off the acoustic thing greatly. Only problem is it's length. Way too short, and the hidden song after the minutes of silence isn't too good. Still some great acoustic stuff and I'm looking forward to their next album coming out this November.

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Brian from Ooltewah, TN 
Feb 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

okay, it's two guys, and two guitars... what a concept. music in its most basic form. however, "things said in passing" is anything but basic. these two guys are good at what they do, and this entire album is proof of it. if you like dashboard, bright eyes, or if your ears have a fondness for acoustic music... you need this album. definitely a 5 star recording.

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Brett from Phoenix, AZ 
Feb 11 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is cd is good... but not excellent. i downloaded some demo songs off of kazaa and they were great, so i bought the cd. the songs on here were definitley not as good, but they are still good. tracks 5 and 6 are the best. i recommend this if your into emo/acoustic stuff but not cheesy ass bullshit like dashboard confessinal.

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Allen from Reynoldsburg, OH 
Jan 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

holy crap...this is good. really good. If you are thinking of buying dashboard confessional, stop RIGHT NOW and buy this and relize he doesnt have to monopolize acoustic music. Its very, very good...talented guys here.

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Chris from Mesa, AZ 
Nov 5 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I have had this album for a while now. It has taken a while to get around to listening to it, but when I finally did, I was pleased with what I heard. It reminds me of the Elliot Smith CD, Either/Or, but not as good. This is a good album to pick up if you are a fan of JFFB, The Now, etc. just to have it.

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Scott from Columbus, OH 
Jun 23 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great CD, music's a lot better than any other acoustic project i've heard (yeah, even Dashboard). lyrics are pretty thoguhtful, if short. whole CD could be a little longer, but it's a great one if you're into acoustic emo, with some very talented guitars.

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Kevin from North Royalton, OH 
May 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is Dashboard minus the whiny, cheesy bullshit...wired down. No breathy emo chic vocals (although I don't wanna rip on Jolie of RHW), drums or bass. Simply two guys, an idea and guitar. Please check this out especially if you like the New Amsterdams...its worth the 8 bucks and is a great alternative from what your probably used to hearing from all accoustic bands.

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Georgia from Aspen, CO 
Mar 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow, this is amazing. that little worm chris carrabba should listen to this as an example of how to create sincere music, and to think, it's only a side project! the boys from neil perry and JFFB (two amazing bands in their own right) take an unexpected avenue and wind up creating an acoustic album that shows up most all others who compose this sort of stuff for a living. never have i head such emotion created by only two instruments! if you don't buy this, you're a damn fool! BTW, richard from the UK has amazing taste in music!

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Richard from London, United Kingdom 
Jan 23 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i've really gotten into this over the last two listens and its great to see robodog putting out releases like this one. ok so its two guys from 'the now' doing 'dashboard confessional' circa 'swiss army romance' but whats wrong with that. the songs are fantastic and really sing-a-long which is what you want from this kind of acoustic stuff. after a song to make you cry? try track 5. even hardcore kids need to cry sometimes.

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