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Skies Are Turning Blue (Import)

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Released on March 31, 2005


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The 3rd and best album The Apers have recorded so far. These 14 songs show they expanded their sound with more pop and rock without losing The Apers' feel as we know it from their previous records. This is a positive feel good platter for the summer and beyond!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 She Wants Everybody To Dance Voted #3  13%
2 Enjoy Your Life A Little  0%
3 I'm That Guy  8%
4 Hey Girl Voted #1  19%
5 It's You (ever Since)  4%
6 There She Goes Again  0%
7 Hey Now  6%
8 Annabelle  8%
9 All You Need To Know  2%
10 Just An Institution Voted #2  17%
11 Wine & Dine  13%
12 It's Alright  6%
13 Baby Call Back  4%
14 You'll Never Say Goodbye  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Aug 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Whenever there is a band you love, who has a distinct sound you are always curious as to what the next album is going to sound like (especially in the case of punk rock bands). Punk bands tend to change their sound by the third album. Sometimes you read scarry things like "This is a more "rock" or "Unique" or even more scarry "Experimental". That's usually secret code for "This record is going to suck a big one. But that is not the case with THE APERS new album "Skies Are Turning Blue". Sure it sounds a little different, but in a good way. Some of the arrangements are a little more "rock N' roll" but the Apers signature punk blast sound is still here. This is a good album. So if you love The Apers, get this right away!

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Kurt from Portland, ME 
Nov 2 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This time the Apers change up things a bit. The sound is alot more cleaned up, and what you get are some great pop and rock n roll songs. The production almost has a vintage vibe to it. Definatly not their best, but their are some classic songs on here. Get the self titled album first , but if your a big Apers fan like me you'll need to own this!

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Peter from Bellingham, MA 
Oct 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I have had this Cd for a while now but simply forgot to review it, which is a good thing because when I first listened I would have said that it sucked, how it was so unlike all the other Apers stuff and not any good, but after listening to it for a few months now I see the genius in this CD and I LVOE it greatly, in fact id even say that it is better than the older Apers stuff. Go buy it now

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Eric from Bradford, MA 
Apr 13 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Okay! For the most part gone are the Screeching weasel Queers clone songs. These guys are starting to get their own sound. This album has some slower songs and some more rock n roll songs.....think Hi-fives. Good stuff. It's just that I'm not a big fan of the sound of the recording. A little too tin sounding for me.

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