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Number One Fan

Compromises

Pat's

Released on August 3, 2004

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Come On Voted #1  26%
2 It's Happening  9%
3 Can't Forget  8%
4 The Prettiest Sin  9%
5 Don't Say Anything  8%
6 Nothing Will Change Voted #3  12%
7 The Distance  6%
8 Sorry  6%
9 Make the Cut  3%
10 There Went The World Voted #2  14%
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Justin from Zionsville, PA 
Jan 26 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I first heard about this band from a music video shoot they had tagged onto the Tooth and Nail "homesick" dvd. I was skeptical at first to get this album, but No.1 fan really shows that new music can be made despite how much stuff is already out there today.

If you are fans of more pop-punk bands like the Starting Line or even along the lines of the older Juliana Theory stuff, you will like this.

If you are fans of the more melodic and heartfelt music like Appleseed Cast, Mae, or Copeland this really signifies that style.

Either direction that you choose to listen to, No.1 fan covers most of the spectrum. Favorite tracks: "Prettiest Sin" and "It's Happening". The album starts off with a good sing-along called "Come On!". Check the album out, definitely a good choice for you independent fans.








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