I'm enjoying this a lot. I've always liked The Wonder Years more (though not really a big fan of each anyway) but I'm liking this record more than The Greatest Generation. I don't know, I'll have to give that album another listen, I was actually sick and exhausted when I listened to it, so that may have been a problem, but at the same time I really didn't get the praise for it, there was nothing that was breathtaking or jaw dropping, just a pop punk band being a pop punk band. Sounded like something a band could've done 13 years ago with not much stress or trouble like TWY seemed to have gone through, according to them. They didn't say that word by word, but something along the lines of that.
"Sounded like something a band could've done 13 years ago with not much stress or trouble like TWY seemed to have gone through" ... yeah that makes no sense.
I was so confused this morning when I woke up and had a Spotify notification that heart attack was available.. it sucks for them but in the end it's highly probable the album would have been streaming somewhere next week, in which case it would have been ripped then.
sucks for MO, but zac lashing out at absolutepunk and altpress is really childish.
Seriously, if this wasn't supposed to happen, it's either Spotify or Rise's fault. Since Spotify had an exclusive on Wide Awake, it wasn't a far stretch to assume that the stream was also intentional. To get mad at sites reporting that a highly anticipated new album is available from what is considered a legal mean is pretty shitty, although having your shit "leaked" by such a source has to blow nuts.
Well Man Overboard are really taking this like a bunch of 5 year olds.
Anyone remember the Man Overboard that released Real Talk for sale the moment they heard their record leaked, literally beating the spread of the album through the internet? The one that made a good thing out of a bad situation?