The All American Rejects will release Kids in the Street on March 27th. Our not so mysterious Drew Beringer wrote up a little preview after hearing some new tunes. After hearing the full thing, I've got to agree: the band really stepped up their game on this one. I've got a running joke that the quicker my wife comes in to ask what I've got playing on the stereo, the more I know people are going to love an album. She'd heard of the band before, didn't like them, and within three songs was asking who it was. She was shocked, and after the album finished admitted to really liking what they did. That's a pretty damn good endorsement. As someone who didn't really like their last...
The All American Rejects have just launched their new website. Along with the site premiere, the band has now released their first album teaser called, "Talking to the Water," a cinematic clip for their upcoming fourth studio album due in Spring 2012. Check that out in the replies.
Update: The contest is over. Congrats to bgkersey for wining!
The person with the 300th post in this thread will win a free Flip ultra series camcorder, courtesy of The All-American Rejects. The catch is, your avatar needs to be an AAR avatar. Change your avatar here and watch the new video for "The Wind Blows" in the replies and try to be the 300th post for the win! Don't forget about the band's remaining tour dates!
The All-American Rejects know all about the good and the bad that come with love, so they want to help you--the AP.net reader--out. Leave your questions regarding the best Valentine's Day gift, when to take the next step in a relationship, or anything to do with love in the replies and the band will dispel their wisdom and advice to you in a future post. Personal Life Forum, this one's for you.
We're giving 50 winners two free laminates each to The All-American Rejects' show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC on December 5. All you have to do is enter your email address here for a chance to win!
Update: The contest is now over. Congrats to the winner!
The All-American Rejects and AP.net are teaming up to give you hell in celebration of the new Xbox experience and AAR's upcoming game with fame in the form of a free copy of Fable II, a year's subscription to Xbox Live, and a card worth 4,000 Microsoft Points. How do you win? Set your avatar to an AAR avatar and be the 500th person to reply to this post. Go!