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Not Long After

Tomorrow Come Save Us

New School 117

Released on May 4, 2004

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So what is one to expect from this acclaimed northwest quartet? How about a new five-track EP with enough emotion and heartache to keep you glued to the edge of your seat, singing along at the top of your lungs with every listen? Songs like "As The Story Goes" take you back to the '50s, while others such as "Not Through Dreaming" are more reminiscent of '80s rock. While staying true to their punk roots, Not Long After's spin on things is something that you've got to hear for yourself.

"Not Long After's Tomorrow Come Save Us is by far one of the catchiest records I've heard so far in 2004... any of the five songs on this EP could easily become the next big pop-punk commercial radio hit and I would not be surprised if Not Long After were to become the next New Found Glory, Simple Plan or even The Ataris. If you're a fan of Fall Out Boy, The Starting Line or Yellowcard, then I congratulate you on your good music taste and I strongly recommend that you get your hands on Tomorrow Come Save Us, because you won't be disappointed." - Amplitude

Note: This is an enhanced disc which contains a music video and live footage when placed in your computers CD-Rom drive.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Not Through Dreaming Voted #1  30%
2 Hero's Of Rock Voted #2  23%
3 As The Story Goes, Lorraine  17%
4 The Guy Who Lost His Girl Voted #3  20%
5 Tomorrow Come Save Us  10%
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Valerie from Charlotte, NC 
Oct 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great CD for everyone. A perfect blend of melodic and energetic rhythm. The lyrics are very well written as well.

This album just makes you want to get up and dance or rock out. Too bad it only has 5 songs, but they're 5 songs written with much talent.

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Matthew from Columbia Heights, MN 
Sep 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

One thing that really stands out to me about Not Long After is their AMAZING vocal harmonies!! I can honestly say that out of all of the bands I listen to, not many can harmonize like these guys!! They are great!! I would have to say that my favorite song on this album is "The Guy Who Lost His Girl." This is a very well written song!!! I am looking forward to hearing more from these guys in the future!!!

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Chris from Cortland, IL 
Aug 27 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sounds like older New Found Glory, or actually anything on Drive-thru recs...need I say more? All in all, a pretty good release, good sound, good production, I don't really see where the Yellowcard comparison comes in though...

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Richard from Tigard, OR 
May 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is great! I have been a fan of most the New School Records bands since I first heard about the label a few years back, but I never really got into their pop-punk stuff. I was more after hard, fast, technical stuff like 7-10 Split and Spare Lead bring. After seeing that they were offering a free guitar, I figured I should support them and buy a copy. To my surprise, this CD is awesome!! I can’t really compare it to a lot of other bands out their, but if I had too, I would say it is a mix of The Ataris, Yellowcard and The Starting Line. If you are not a fan of those bands, please don’t let that throw you off! They are very original and talented! The production is amazing and the artwork is real nice. The CD also has a cool music video on it of their song ‘The Guy Who Lost His Girl’ and a bunch of clips from their tours. All-in-all I recommend this CD to anyone who is a fan of the pop genre.

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