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Teen Idols

Nothing To Prove

Fueled By Ramen 62

Released on July 15, 2003

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Hailing from the birth place of Rock 'N Roll, Nashville, TN, it's no surprise that the Teen Idols hit the scene back in '97 like true veterans with their self-titled debut full length on Honest Don's Records. Two more albums later and since their 2001 tour with Less Than Jake, New Found Glory, and Anti-Flag, the Teen Idols have been developing a strong relationship with Vinie the drummer of Less Than Jake and co-owner of Fueled By Ramen. For their FBR debut, "Nothing To Prove", Teen Idols returned to Sonic Iguana studios to record 12 new tracks with Mass Giorgini in the producer's chair for that classic Teen Idols sound.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Backstabber Voted #2  13%
2 Nothing To Prove  9%
3 Another Time Voted #3  12%
4 Read Between The Lies  9%
5 Longest Walk  7%
6 Waiting For You  7%
7 Together Again  0%
8 Clueless  10%
9 Dignity And Pride  0%
10 Something Old, Something New  2%
11 Turning The Tide Voted #1  24%
12 I Can't Think  7%
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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Sep 21 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

if you are a fan of the Teen Idols then you will like this a lot. it was their last album i believe. There is also a different lead vocalist, but he does a great job, but not as good as the original. This album is chock full of those melodies and harmonies that you have come to love about the Teen Idols.

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Marilyn from Portland, OR 
Mar 12 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I would recommend previous Teen Idols albums over this. I like the old singer better, but this album is still good. It sounds like Teen Idols, just with a new lead singer.

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James from Poole, United Kingdom 
Dec 13 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A better CD than I anticipated. I loved the Idols and was GUTTED to see them disband. Kevin's vocals are not as strong here as Keith's were (he is much more impressive with Bullets to Broadway - the Teen Idols 2nd coming - BUY IT NOW) but the record is great. Fittingly it closes with a hidden lead vocal from Heather that makes you ponder where the band could've gone. Still, most of the Idols are in the Bullets To Broadway so check 'em out...

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Mike from Gillette, WY 
Mar 5 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This was not their best work. Maybe that's why they broke up right before it came out, right before thay were supposed to play the closest punk venue to where I live, jackasses. Buy the self titled or pucker up. Those are both excellent.

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Stuart from Dunstable, United Kingdom 
Sep 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Teen Idols return with another set of sing-along punk anthems with excellent vocal harmonies. To be honest I could never truly state that they are fantastic musicians although the guitarist can belt out some great riffs and solos at times, it's the vocals that set Teen Idols apart from the lesser pretenders. All in all a good album, if (as usual for Teen Idols) a little short, maybe 16 songs next time guys?

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Michael from Berne, IN 
Aug 19 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

R.I.P. This cd doesn't hold a candle to their first one. It is still good, though. Here are my complaints. 1.Just a little too slow to deserve 5 stars. 2.Is it just me, or do they sound disturbingly like the Ataris in certain places on this record. Overall, it's a good buy.

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Nicholas from Montrose, MN 
Aug 13 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not nearly as good as the previous three. But you should still own it. Phillip Hill is an awesome guitarist. And the harmonized vocals still kick serious ass. It doesn't sound anything like their previous releases. Which is a great thing about the Teen Idols. The sound changes greatly from album to album. Now mind you, I said sound . . . not style. A definite for any punk rocker.

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Louis from Centereach, NY 
Jul 25 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This could quite possibly be the MOST radio-friendly independent release I've ever heard. It wouldn't shock me to hear 3 or 4 of these songs saturating Top-40 radio! "The Longest Walk", "Turning The Tide" & "I Can't Think" would all be #1 hits in a perfect world. Over-produced? Just might be, but that doesn't necessarily make it bad. I've just never heard a Mass Giorgini project sound so...clean. I would definitely suggest that first-time listeners check out "Pucker Up" or "Full Leather Jacket" before picking up "Nothing To Prove". I also have to say that while the new singer Kevin did a great job on the older songs when I saw them live earlier this year, when it comes to the studio, I do prefer Keith's voice. Of course, the biggest attraction [no pun intended] of Teen Idols' sound continues to be Heather's background vocals, which will always keep them from sounding like anybody else, which is a great thing in this day & age of "punk" rock. All in all, not a bad album, but not a great one either. Hopefully this will grow on me upon further listening as I do think Teen Idols are one of the cooler bands around. Add 1/2 a star to my review.

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Eric from Bradford, MA 
Jul 23 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

When I found out the Teen Idols had a new singer, I thought well that's it the next album will suck. But I was wrong, its different but its still the Teen Idols. It has a more rock and roll and less punk rock and roll sound to it. The songs are mid tempo not slow. The recording is smooth loud and heavy......very nice. The album and sound also remind me of a band called "Waltham" check them out if you want. Get this CD if you are a fan of the Teen Idols. However, buy "Pucker up" if you are a frist time fan.

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Sam from Crestline, CA 
Jul 20 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I think this album will have a polarizing effect on people. In particular, hard-core Teen Idols fans. When I first got it, I didn't like it at all. But the more and more I listen to it, the more I am falling in love with it. Teen Idols are one of the most underrated punk bands in the country. This album is a little bit slower, which is fine. I don't think that punk should be played at 300 million beats a minute anyway. In short pick this one up, if you don't like it give it a week. And, Kevin is a far superior singer than Keith ever was.

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