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East Arcadia

We Only See From Where We Stand

Geykido Comet 10

Released on October 22, 2002


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East Arcadia is an intricate, hard-hitting punk group formed in the summer of 1999 in the Cincinnati area. Actually, some of the band members live in Ohio and some live in Kentucky, but to see them live, the chemistry they emulate on stage would make you think these guys all live in the same apartment. Call it melodic hardcore punk at its smartest. The band’s sophomore album, a follow-up to their sold-out, self-released CD, “All the Same”, was recorded by Matt Allison (Lawrence Arms, Alkaline Trio) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. What resulted was a collection of amazing political and emotional (but not emo!) tracks that will not want to leave your CD player for quite some time.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Inner Anthem Voted #2  13%
2 Tasting The Aftermath  10%
3 Flat World Voted #1  17%
4 Epidemic  10%
5 We Only See From Where We Stand  7%
6 Promise Graveyard Voted #3  13%
7 Looking Back  7%
8 Looking Forward  3%
9 Agust 25th  10%
10 Focus  10%
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Peter from Riverside, IL 
Sep 20 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is some pretty good pop-punk stuff, but its a hell of a lot better than 95% of the punk SHIT that comes out nowadays. Its not the greatest thing I've heard, and I might be a little harsh giving it a 3, but its defintly worth a listen or buy, its cheap too. Most of the songs have really nice lyrics, vocals and guitarwork, but the drumming is too much of the same thing, and it gets a little repetitive. Some songs are easily forgotten and others you might be singing to yourself in a few days. Really nice to put on now and than. Some songs provided a bit of a nostalgic feel for me. To get their sound i guess it would be a slower version of Strike Anywhere with some Fairweather thrown in. Overall is mostly punk stuff, i consider it pop punk, but whatever you consider Strike Anywhere you could consider this. Good stuff, but nothing amazing.

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Steve from Abington, PA 
Jun 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

not a bad cd.this bad is new to me i was giving them a try,and im glad i did becase now a have a new band i like and i have a new patch i get to make out of a old pair of jeans.(ill have to go buy some safty pins)i recomend this cd to any one who likes anti-flag,enemy you,nofx,question the answers,the quickies,strung out or the poor dumb bastards.i give this 4 and 1/2 stars****

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Zak from Grosse Pointe Park, MI 
Nov 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

wow this is a really great cd...i wasnt expecting that much actually, i kind of randomly picked this cd out cause it was cheap. at first some of the songs kind of sounded the same, but it grew on me and now I listen to it a lot. kind of reminds me of no use for a name, the broadways, and even a little AFI. I gave it four stars cause 5 stars to me basically means a classic, like operation ivy's s/t. but you should still buy this cd now!

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