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01:00 PM on 12/20/13
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Zac Djamoos
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Agree with pretty much everything you said here and the score is spot on. It's a fun album, and will be a good one for the Summer, but the lyrics can really drag some songs down. I do like the higher singer on The Dark Side though. I wish they would add more of that to other songs.

Nice, glad you agree. Pretty sure that's the guy from A Loss for Words.
10:06 PM on 12/20/13
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Zac Djamoos
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Isn't it their guitarist? AL4W's vocalist sings on another track.

Oh, you could be right. You probably are
10:09 PM on 12/20/13
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You should of mentioned how cornball and cliched the lyrics on this album are

I did - had a few parenthetical notes and such. I didn't want to be too harsh.
10:10 PM on 12/20/13
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Zac Djamoos
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I think you're undermining this album a little. Very few bands are still playing easycore at this point, and this album has songs that rival the heavy-hitters from 2006-2009. I'd only fault it on cliche lyrics.

I was never in love with easycore to begin with - honestly I do think this band does it better than many others. But I just don't think it's still that good.

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