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Nick from Saint Charles, MO 
Oct 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Flatliners -Great Awake CD
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Flatliners
Great Awake CD

Any one who has ever bothered to attempt a band and do anything with it can tell you that, over time, jamming with the same couple guys can eventually lead to developing your own sound. I always thought listening to Destroy that they already had it even with not having alot of years under their belt, and this one was no different. I felt like I just popped in a cd I had been listening to for years and knew every word and riff to.

Lots of bands have started out some sort of ska band and eventually moved on, but these guys have done nothing of the sort. There's a couple extremely rad "ska" songs and the rest will have plenty of people sticking their noses up saying they've changed or there isn't enough. As far as I'm concerned, they're just a bunch of kids having fun with what they do and not letting anyone influence how much ska their songs contain except them. And that makes them alot more special then bands that let their fans get to them and add extra shitty songs to their cds because they're apparently not as cool as they used to be. For examples, listen to any NOFX songs with ska in it.

There's gotta come a time when you stop whinning and actually give something a chance. The move to Fat was a wise one, dispite the earlier NOFX rip. The guitarist have clearly been playing together for years, the bass doesn't exactly hide in the backround but waits for it's moments to shine and the drums sound perfect. There's no reason to ever dislike this album except for when you hold it back because of your own selfish expectations.

Jim from Florissant, MO 
Feb 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Aquabats -Fury Of... CD
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Aquabats
Fury Of... CD

Hilarious lyrics. Great horns. Fun songs. In short: The most amazing thing that has ever, and will ever be recorded.

Jim from Florissant, MO 
Nov 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Briefs -Steal Yer Heart CD
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Briefs
Steal Yer Heart CD

Is it possible for this band to dissapoint?

Is it possible for this band to lack fun?

Is it possible for this band to not make my day with every release they'll ever do?



The answer, my friends, is no.

Jim from Florissant, MO 
Mar 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Against Me! -As The Eternal Cowboy CD
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Against Me!
As The Eternal Cowboy CD

Delicious.

What is it about this band that gives me a music boner just thinking about listening to them? There aren't many artists who are as passionate and emotional with their music, lyrics and attitude as Against Me! is and this album proves it. As The Eternal Cowboy is a much mature Reinvinting Axl Rose, and proves that this band is only getting better with time. I honestly believe this band to one day, while not as good of musicians yet, will be the most influential punk band since the Dead Kennedys. I'm also in no way comparing the two bands. Very different, but if Against Me! continues to create masterpeices like ATEC, RAR, and Crime, there will be no stopping them.

A very lyrical band who keeps getting better and better creating great music to fit those lyrics. This is just a step forward towards what they'll create in the future.

-Nick, Not Jim. Jim sucks.

Jim from St. Charles, MO 
Mar 4 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars
New Found Glory -From The Screen To Your Stereo CD
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New Found Glory
From The Screen To Your Stereo CD

This is a strange cd to have sex to, considering how short it is, and assuming you're not a quick draw. I bought this for my girlfriend and listened to it about 3 times in a row and I can't say it was the worst thing in the world, but then again, punk-pop/punk bands covering silly songs that are out of their genre has begun to become it's own cliche. If you're a big NFG fan, go for it, but 11 bucks for for 7 cover songs isn't really worth it, no matter what band.

-Nick, not Jim. Jim sucks.




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