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The Henry Clay People - Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives
Record Label: TBD Records
Release Date: June 26, 2012
This review is a user submitted review from Jeremy Aaron. You can see all of Jeremy Aaron's submitted reviews here.
 
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07:47 PM on 07/02/12
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Guys were solid opening up for MCS.
06:35 AM on 07/03/12
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I saw these guys live for the second time when they opened for Motion City and my main thought was, as it was the first time, I'm not sure if those two brothers are really fucked up or just really weird.
06:56 AM on 07/03/12
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Saw them open for MCS as well, the first thing I thought was they were just like the hold steady except more hipster and not as genuine. Wasn't a big fan to be honest
12:45 PM on 07/03/12
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I also saw them open for MCS and feel this band to be sorta meh. I mean I love that they have energy and play wild rock cause they want to. They have passion but something just feels off about their music. I could not really get into or follow it. I liked the first opener, The Front Bottoms a lot more.
01:51 PM on 07/03/12
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yeah these guys didn't do anything for me on MCS' tour, definitely liked The Front Bottoms better
10:34 AM on 07/05/12
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Actually I don't consider the sound on this record to be the same. I miss the piano and the classic rock feel. My favorite record of theirs is For Cheap or For Free. The songs sound all the same on this one, too monotonous.

You guys probably would have loved their old band. Joey and the drummer had a pop-punk band around '99-'03. It was like Jimmy Eat World with ska horns lol.

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