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Phil from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Feb 18 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars
Story Of The Year -Page Avenue CD
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Story Of The Year
Page Avenue CD

Can't help but agree with the previous reviews. First listen you kinda enjoy it but you can't help feeling it's way too squeeky clean in production. Similar feel to the Used record. Haven't listened to either in ages.

Philip from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Mar 12 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars
A Static Lullaby -And Don't Forget To Breathe CD
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A Static Lullaby
And Don't Forget To Breathe CD

Sounds like Thrice having a fight with Thursday but with neither of them coming off well. In other words this isn't as good as the sum of it's parts. It's still a good album, even very good but it does seem to stick to a well trodden path in terms of originality. Some screams here some melodic bit there, you know the picture. Don't get me wrong I like that kinda thing hence the score but this just lacks something. Some quality bits in all songs but in the search for dynamics the songs tend to loose something. Still overall very good. 'Withered' is my fave track.

Philip from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Mar 12 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars
Further Seems Forever -How To Start A Fire CD
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Further Seems Forever
How To Start A Fire CD

Anyone who liked the first CD will probably be very disappointed with this album. Chris Carrabba left for Dashboard Confessional and it shows. It's not in the vocals it shows but in the quality of the songs. An element of stadium rock seems to have entered the scene. No fast songs just mid paced slow burners and only 2 or 3 of any worth. 'The Sound' is the best song by far. Overall very disappointing.

Philip from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Feb 25 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Open Hand -Dream CD
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Open Hand
Dream CD

This CD, much like the beautiful game (football, or soccer for our US friends), is a game of 2 halves.

Its is two EP's bunged together, and it shows!. The first half is the newer material and is thus much stronger, showing good potential for the future. It is very melodic hardcore, dare I say, 'emo', and it's pretty darn good if a little too polished.

The second half is whiney crap, with whimpy whispery vocals and driffting melodies. There is a scottish band who does this thing far better, called 'Biffy Clyro'.

First half = 5/5 second half = 1/10

Philip from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Jan 27 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Favez -Gentlemen, Start Your Engines CD
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Favez
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines CD

If you liked what you hear on 'From Lausanne, Switzerland' and you also like bands like Jimmy Eat World, you're likely to like this album. Compared to 'From Lausanne...' this album is slightly more poppier and has a cleaner guitar sound ie. sounding less like Rival Schools musically. It has some classics, namely 'Headed for the Ocean' and 'Travelling is easy' along with some not so good songs but the good outways the poor. Basically if you like 'From Lausanne..' you'll like most of this. If you don't know Favez, maybe you should.




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