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Last Stop Suburbia

Drive-Thru 6076836102

Released on October 8, 2002

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Pity the cops patrolling suburban streets. Allister has just recorded the soundtrack to a million speeding tickets - and probably a few other offenses it's best not to mention here. The quartet’s second disc, Last Stop Suburbia, flies past almost faster than its seventeen songs can be absorbed. Almost. With one foot crushed to the floor and one hand cranking the radio, the Chicago-area quartet delivers sing-along melodies that bounce around your brain for days. And that's not a bad thing. Over breakneck chord changes and hyper-kinetic drumming, the sentimental lyrics supply what every suburban upbringing ideally should, but so rarely does: Experiences you won’t want to forget, much less escape.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Scratch Voted #2  11%
2 Radio Player Voted #3  10%
3 Flypaper  9%
4 Overrated  10%
5 Balance  4%
6 The One That Got Away  4%
7 Racecars  4%
8 Matchsticks  4%
9 Camouflage  4%
10 Don't Think Twice  2%
11 Somewhere On Fullerton Voted #1  19%
12 Westbound  6%
13 Know It All  1%
14 Stuck  7%
15 Waiting For You  2%
16 None Of My Friends Are Punks  2%
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David from Houston, TX 
Apr 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Highlights - Scratch, Radio Player, Flypaper, Racecars, Somewhere on Fullerton, Westbound, Stuck...these songs are the most catchy you'll ever hear

Lowlights - Some really really really Emo songs

Summary - This is my favorite CD. Period.

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Sean from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Mar 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome album!! If you like bands like Mest, Home Grown, The Starting Line stuff like that you need to buy this. The best songs are Stuck, Waiting For You, and Flypaper. What I like most are the lead guitar riffs, they rule. Plus it has catchy rhyming lyrics that stick in your head, but its not a bad thing to have Allister stuck in your head. :)

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Jeanette from Des Plaines, IL 
Dec 23 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Ok! This CD was not what I exspected. The only good song on here is "Radio Player." Everyone is saying that the song "Somewhere on Fullerton" is the best song on this album. Wrong!! I take the song more personaly cuz the song is about a rock club in Chicago on Fullerton called The FireSide Bowl. (Witch used to be a bowling alley.) I live in Chicago and trust me, The Fireside is nothing special and neither is this band or this album.

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Howard from Woodland Hills, CA 
Sep 4 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this CD is alright...I like Allister along most "Pop Punk" bands this cd is decent. and if you like pop punk this is for you "Somewhere On Fullerton" is the best track.

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Daniel from Essex, United Kingdom 
Jun 7 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Shitty pile of bollocks. STREER CLEAR if you are looking for good music, check Dashboard Confessional for emo, Anti-Flag for teen punk and Raging Speedhorn for hardcore. Just Dont waist your money on this shit!!!

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Joseph from Staten Island, NY 
May 4 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

For Pop - Punk fans this is a great pick. It's an awesome CD with great songs, catchy lyrics, and fast beats. Drive Thru brings us yet another great pop - punk band.

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Nick from Guildford, Surrey, United King 
Apr 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Phat release for the drive-thru band. Your typical pop-punk offering and in the usual vein as the other drive-thru bands. Having said this, this album is regulary in my player and songs like 'The One That Got Away' are ones that you will whistle all day long. Buy it, its fun.

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Chris from Manchester, CT 
Feb 25 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I was kinda disappointed with this album. It's "good" pop-punk or however you want to classify it, but it's not great. There are some very catchy songs; "Radio Player," "Somewhere on Fullerton," and "Stuck" are some of my favorites. Still, it just doesn't present anything special in my opinion. This is the first Allister album I've bought, so that may influence my thoughts. Overall, it's an alright album. Fun at times, but not one of my favorites.

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Jeffrey from Commack, NY 
Nov 26 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a pretty good cd overall. If you like bands like The Starting Line you will enjoy this cd. There is nothing new and ground breaking here but it delivers what it set out to - fun pop/punk music.

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