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Mary from Mooresville, NC 
May 29 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Matt Skiba/Kevin Seconds -Split CD
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Matt Skiba/Kevin Seconds
Split CD

What would you expect from Matt Skiba and Kevin Seconds? Pure awesomeness. And that's exactly what you get. They both play all the insturments in all the songs. Matt Skiba has traditional Alkaline Trio style lyrics, but with acoustic guitar in place of the electric, giving it more of a personal, coffee shop sound. I haven't heard a lot of 7 Seconds stuff, but I'm familiar with their sound, and I have heard a little off of compilations and such. He is a bit more pop sounding than Skiba, but that's not bad. He basically does the same thing as Skiba, with playing all the insturments, using the same syle of lyrics, but with acoustic guitar. This is definately worth buying if you are a fan of either of the men.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
May 29 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Necessary -This Is Us CD
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This Is Us CD

This is definately what emo/pop-punk is about. For fans of Fall Out Boy, and bands in that genre. It's not a bad album, I listen to it quite a bit, but it's not my favorite. Nothing standoutish.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
May 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Alkaline Trio -Goddamnit CD
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Alkaline Trio
Goddamnit CD

This is Alkaline Trio. This is their defining record. It's not quite as polished and fine tuned as their newer ones, but it is classic Alkaline Trio. The guitars are more distorted, the singing is rougher, and it's just a faster album. (compared to Crimson, or even Good Mourning) It's by far more poppy, and less morbid sounding than newer stuff, although I'm not accounting for the lyrics.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
May 19 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars
From First To Last -Aesthetic CD
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From First To Last
Aesthetic CD

This is definately not Dear Diary. And it's definately not Heroine. All FFTL albums seem to stand alone, and it's hard to compare them. This one is way poppier than Dear Diary, and not as techno influenced as Heroine. Not a lot of screaming. As a fan of post hardcore, I'd rank it higher than Heroine, and lower than Dear Diary.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
Feb 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Forecast -Proof Of Impact CD
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Proof Of Impact CD

This is WAY different from other Forecast stuff. Not in a bad way at all. Shannon isn't part of this band yet, and there isn't as much female vocal parts, although there are still a few in the background. Marsha is singing, and she has a much lower, more mellow voice than Shannon. Their sound is less countryish, and less post hardcoreish, and more indie/emo. <3.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
Feb 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Forecast -Relationships Ruin Friendships CD
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Relationships Ruin Friendships CD

1 song from Late Night Conversations, and 3 others. This album is great. They have a wonderful way of combining indie, country, and post hardcore, and letting a bit of all of them show through. Their lyrics are emo-ish, but not in a mainstream emo kind of way. They have more in depth parts to them. This band rocks, but I reccomend picking of Late Night Conversations first.

Mary from Mooresville, NC 
Aug 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
1090 Club/Forecast -Split CD
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1090 Club/Forecast
Split CD

This was an awesome CD, from 2 awesome bands. I'd never heard of 1090 Club, and bought the cd for the Forecast stuff. These are some old Forecast songs, and it's slower than what you'd hear on Late Night Conversations, but that doesn't make it bad. 1090 Club is a great band as well. Much much slower than the stuff on LNC. It's got a bit of piano in it as well.

The songs on this CD are more emoish, and less indieish, and I recommend it for fans of the slower emo, and hardcore forecast fans.

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