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Ace Troubleshooter

It's Never Enough

Tooth & Nail 90785

Released on March 23, 2004

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Ball & Chain  0%
2 Anything  0%
3 Jasmine  0%
4 Make It Right  0%
5 Seaside  0%
6 Turn Around  0%
7 My Defense  0%
8 Helen Burns  0%
9 Tempest  0%
10 Hoping  0%
11 Don't Do It Again  0%
12 So Long  0%
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Adam from Maidenhead, United Kingdom 
May 2 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Its quite remarkable that one band can make 3 well produced full length Pop Punk albums and not manage to make any of them even remotely good

Note to Ace Troubleshooter - Do something else with your time because clearly you are no good at writing Pop Punk songs, Good Pop Punk songs need to catchy and well written and have something people can remember about them, Not the souless, tuneless boredom anthems that you guys write

Its not like Im a random disser, I have all 3 of your cd's and have stuck to the belief that soon you will release your full potential But now I have seen the light, its all becoming clear...

You guys suck...sorry

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