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Neighborhood Villain

Look Within

Garage Sale 1

Released on September 5, 2008

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As the title suggests, Look Within does just that. Stirring emotions, and envoking questions. Thought provoking lyrics, accompanied by music that will remind you of early Samiam, and Dag Nasty. Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Stephen Egerton of Descendents and ALL.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Decisions  0%
2 Found And Lost  0%
3 Goodbye  0%
4 Hindsight  0%
5 Hope For Man  0%
6 Strength To Be  0%
7 Working Class Zero  0%
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Clayton from Midlothian, TX 
Sep 29 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First off, this is a solid/well writen EP. I can't really pick a few favorite tracks off of this because each song is different in it's own way, which is good. Every song differs in lyrical content, mood and melody. This was also recorded by Stephen Egerton of the Descendents which makes it that much better. If this was released in the early 90's, it would be a classic by now. Overall, this is a must for fans of Lifetime, Shelter, Texas Is The Reason, Gray Area and Quicksand. Check It Out!

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