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On A Fine Spring Evening

Victory 4412

Released on October 28, 2008

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Johnny from Stevens Point, WI 
Dec 17 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The Tossers have definitely progressed with this one. A solid release, and well worth the money if you're into this band. If you haven't heard anything from them, I still recommend it, but I'd sooner recommend that you get their older stuff (Communication and Conviction most notably).

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Anthony from Peoria, IL 
Nov 17 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm a big fan of The Tossers, but I've been a little concerned by their move to Victory Records, especially after their lack-luster The Valley of the Shadow of Death. With Agony, they returned with shorter, more rocking songs, and that continues with this release.

The Tossers come back to old stand-by topics: bars, drinking, fighting, and loves lost. The songs are short and rock with only one ballad (thankfully better than any of the ballads from the previous two albums). The Tossers are sounding more like The Pogues than they have in a while and it's welcome.

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