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June Spirit

Testing Superstition

Negative Progression 21

Released on August 6, 2002

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Testing Superstition is The June Spirit's second release on Negative Progression Records. The June Spirit have captured a smooth yet technical guitar sound that sweeps back and forth from minimalist to enormous. Also utilizing the well honed skill of their professionally trained vocalist, Ian Musgrove, they are able to mold the atmosphere surrounding the listener.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 So You/Me  2%
2 Roundabout Voted #1  21%
3 Modern Measurements  7%
4 Waiting For Blue  6%
5 If Kenneth Could Speak Voted #2  17%
6 Prologue Voted #3  16%
7 Your Sweet Legacy  4%
8 Ninety  2%
9 The Tad One Dynasty  13%
10 Where Loyalty Lies  8%
11 New Weather  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 6 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jason from Coram, NY 
Aug 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

buy this and anything else you see from them. they make pretty music! call them whatever you want but they are just damn good.

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Wes from Versailles, MO 
Jun 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is wonderful, its got some great songs, its not one i listen to all the time, its just a classic, its good to have it when i need it. anyway buy this cd

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Tom from Wildomar, CA 
Apr 28 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

well i must say i really like the junt spirit a lot but compared to thier earlier ep ("treat me like someone else")this isnt the same. the song "prologue" is incredible though. if this cd was the first thing i heard from them it might have been better but since i heard their earlier stuff first this is a little bit of a let down. overall i give it 3 stars because its worth the 10 bucks and half of the songs are like "treat me like someone else". im sad they broke up b4 i got a chance to see them. i suggest you buy this but buy the ep first because its better. peace.

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Drew from Willard, MO 
Mar 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good CD from a band that could have been, and accomplished much more. I say "could have been," because they have decided to go their seperate ways. I thought the vocals were solid. I had read a lot of reviews that ripped on their vocalist, however, I felt the vocals were the most solid part of the record. June Spirit are more of a pop-rock group than pop-punk in my opinion. I don't belive they sound anything like The Goodwill, who has been compared to The June Spirit. If you like indie-pop-rock like Junction 18 then I think this is definately for you.

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Brendan from Calgary, AB Canada 
Mar 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Quite honestly, this CD is awesome. Although the EP "Treat Me Like Someone Else" was catchier and better, there are some wicked tunes on this release. The June Spirit have created some masterful pieces with such songs as 'Prologue', 'If Kenneth Could Speak', and 'The Tad One Dynasty', they have created some emo/punk tunes that rival some of the biggest names. If only the band weren't split...tear. This is a cd for all fans of Rufio, New Found Glory and Jimmy Eat World (Clarity). It will be in my rotation for a long time to come, along with their EP, check that one out as well.

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Fe Mari-len from Apo, AP 
Nov 11 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is okay, I guess. I've heard better from these guys. It's weird because the first half of the CD is kinda boring, then it gets so much better towards the end. What can I say? Emo...ahh, yes.

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Henry from Rupert, ID 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A rather bland debut full-length from a band that showed much promise with songs like "...and the radio played the hits." The album definetly tries to focus too much on the well honed vocal skills of the singer which creates an imbalance between the vocals and the music. This is very dissapointing considering the rest of the band are very talented as shown in the great songs from their EP. No songs stand out here, just emo songs done rather plainly with a professionally trained vocalist.

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Brian from Ooltewah, TN 
Nov 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Overall, "Testing Superstition" is a very good cd. Catchy music, emotionally charged vocals, and some good breakdowns. It reminds me alot of Save The Day's "Through Being Cool" album, another great cd. I'm not saying The June Spirit is copying STD, they still have a sound thats all their own, and its good.

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Connor from Littleton, CO 
Oct 15 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Theirs really nothing special about this album, their EP is WAY BETTER THAN THIS!!!!! get that but this is what you asked for "The June Spirit" its good but not great if you want great by these guys then get their EP which is awsome! i am out, later

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Jason from Plantation, FL 
Oct 11 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good cd. They kinda sound like saves the day and little league but thats just what i think. the best song is roundabout. overall if u got the money i would buy it

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