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Pensive

Something About the Stars

Released on October 7, 2003


$7.75

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With tongue-in-cheek charm, Pensive calls this EP "diet punk," but there's nothing light about SOMETHING ABOUT THE STARS. Six songs strong with shrewd production by Will Salazar of Fenix TX, this EP has grabbed scads of attention from savvy pop aficionados and disaffected youth alike. SOMETHING ABOUT THE STARS is an engaging blend of punkish revelry and unlucky-in-love tunes, exploding with social commentary that gives away a hidden maturity easy to miss among the boy-meets-girl fun and frolic. Imagine if Nirvana had thrown some sweet harmonies and breezy hooks on "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and you'll get an idea of Pensive's infectious melodies paired with intense energy. Give SOMETHING ABOUT THE STARS a whirl and find out why "The 3rd of July" was #1 on the MP3.com world wide Pop Punk Chart for 76 days straight.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The 3rd Of July Voted #1  31%
2 Another Unknown Tragedy Voted #2  22%
3 I'm Still About You  17%
4 Soledad Voted #3  19%
5 January Embers  6%
6 Stare At The Stars  6%
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Chris from Corpus Christi, TX 
Aug 19 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is a little more refined than some of their previous work, and at first didn't catch on with me. After a few listens, the sound began to grow, and I felt the progression and maturity of the band, and the depth they went into in recording this record. Not necessarily a fast paced, get you moving CD, but a well thought out series of jams.

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Marc from Orleans, ON Canada 
May 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing band, but their releases are too short. Its worth the money though, so buy it. These guys play pop punk similar to bands like the Ataris, the Movielife and Midtown. You could add Fenix TX also since Will produced this release. The singer has an awesome voice as you see with the sample and this release is mixed with some part time spanish vocals, an accoustic track and just sweet pop punk in general!

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Chris from Cortland, IL 
May 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The first song on this cd reminds me of an older Atari's sound, which isn't bad. Vocals are good and clear, and the harmonization reminds me of FenixTX, which isn't surprising seeing as a member of that band produced this. The accoustic song on here is just ok, but the rest of the songs kick ass. The only complaint I have is that it's too short!

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Martin from Wrist, Germany 
Feb 23 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good EP! A Must for Fans of The Ataris with a powerful production by Will Salazar (Ex-Fenix TX). Five Tracks, one of them is accoustic, another one has part-time spanish lyrics. Unfortunately this album's too short.





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