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Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Gatsby's American Dream -Why We Fight CD
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Gatsby's American Dream
Why We Fight CD

A great album by one the freshest bands in the punk music industry. Try combining the spastic riffage and off beats of Hey Mercedes, Bracket, and Choke with the melodic vocal stylings of NUFAN, Face to Face, and the like and you come out with a close description of Washington state rockers GAD. The band's release is only the third off the rather new label Rocketstar and shows promise for a growing label with some great bands that include Acceptance, Long Since Forgotten and Time to Fly.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Acceptance -Lost For Words CD
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Acceptance
Lost For Words CD

5 solid songs with decent production from a rather new band in the scene from Washington state. A promising EP which creates anticipation for a full-length. This is the first release on a great new label Rocketstar, whose young roster includes Gatsby's American Dream, Time to Fly and Long Since Forgotten to name a few of the promising new bands in the Washington punk scene.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars
June Spirit -Testing Superstition CD
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June Spirit
Testing Superstition CD

A rather bland debut full-length from a band that showed much promise with songs like "...and the radio played the hits." The album definetly tries to focus too much on the well honed vocal skills of the singer which creates an imbalance between the vocals and the music. This is very dissapointing considering the rest of the band are very talented as shown in the great songs from their EP. No songs stand out here, just emo songs done rather plainly with a professionally trained vocalist.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Yellowcard -Underdog EP CD
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Yellowcard
Underdog EP CD

The much anticipated new material follow up to Yellowcard's outstanding debut "One for the Kids," sadly dissapoints. While not terrible by any means, The Underdog EP fails to sustain the level of great song writing and stellar musicianship that was on the first album. Its a good thing Yellowcard's live show can make up for the lack of energy felt on this EP. The EP also leaves questions about the direction of the Yellowcards major label debut, hopefully they'll be able to rebound from this super polished bland EP and produce an album fans come to expect from these talented guys.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Over It -Hindsight Is Always 20/20 CD
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Over It
Hindsight Is Always 20/20 CD

Simply amazing. This four piece from Alexandria Virginia are bringing something fresh and exciting to the dying genre we know as pop-punk. Over It can combine catchy choruses and heartfelt lyrics about girls(of course) without sacrificing the old fashioned punk-rock speed. Super tight drumming and soaring guitars that don't whine or croon provide for a solid background to the lead singers vocals who sounds remotely like STD's singer. Intelligent and refreshing this album is a stand-out and hopefully a springboard for a great band bound for success. 5 stars all the way!

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Alkaline Trio -Maybe I'll Catch Fire CD
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Alkaline Trio
Maybe I'll Catch Fire CD

Solid. Solid. Solid. This album encompasses the style that is Alkaline Trio. Depressing songs about drinking and depressing songs about heartbreak, yet done originally with the unique voices the TWO singers have. Great musicianship combined with fresh lyrics make this a solid punk rock album by a band that only gets better with every release.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Saves The Day -Can't Slow Down CD
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Saves The Day
Can't Slow Down CD

Well lets just say the title of this album is a little misleading considering the future direction STD took. But for this record, its a good summation of the material on the disk. While no ground-breaking songs stand out, a solid debut from the emo-pop punkers STD.

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Aug 2 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Lyndsay Diaries -Remember The Memories CD
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Lyndsay Diaries
Remember The Memories CD

Emo acoustic man and his guitar. Thats about it. Not to special, but not bad either. Great for Dashboard Fans!

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Aug 2 2001 Rating: 1/5 Stars
Saves The Day -Stay What You Are CD
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Saves The Day
Stay What You Are CD

This album is so lame, saves the day really sucks now, they are pretty much "Through Being Cool" TWO WORDS: FUCKING SUCKS

Henry from Rupert, ID 
Aug 2 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Yellowcard -One For The Kids CD
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Yellowcard
One For The Kids CD

What can I say? Yellowcard has managed to combine agressive melodic new school punk with a damn violin, and they pull it off quite well. Solid vocals, cathcy leads and hooks, and yes good use of the violin make this cd a must have. Props to Yellowcard for their orginal approach to a genre of music getting less and less original everyday.

 
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