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...Whatever That Means

The Newest Hope

Released on April 3, 2010


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The debut release of Korean-based melodic punk rock band ...Whatever That Means, "The Newest Hope" features six of their best songs. For fans of All, Face To Face, Social Distortion and Gob.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Peace Of Mind (the Communist Song)  0%
2 More Than Ordinary  0%
3 All Alone  0%
4 Never Be The Same  0%
5 Crazy  0%
6 Phase  0%
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Blake from Huntington Beach, CA 
Oct 9 2010 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I'll admit that I bought this CD because of the "Star Wars" theme, the price, and the fact that they're from Korea, however I am not much interested in what this band had to offer.

I felt that there were no stand-out tracks on this EP. The six songs offer the same simple, pop-punk feel, as well as the lyrics depicting typical teen-angst. Jaw-dropping musicianship is not what you'll find on this CD. There's one faster song on the EP ("All Alone") which clocks in at 40 seconds and it was the only unique track compared to the others, as they all keep the same relative tempo, however it felt that the band was pushing their limits in this song, limiting it to the short time. With so many other acts out there that play in the same style, this release is not a winner. It need not be any longer, because by the end of it I was becoming bored.

The production quality is poor, as well as the cheap CD case in which it came. It really feels like a demo that should be given away for free with a bonus of flashy artwork.

If you're a "Star Wars" nerd and or you have a few extra bucks to spend, then pick it up. Otherwise, stick with higher quality pop-punk bands such as Teen Idols or Nerf Herder.

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