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Mike from Carlisle, PA 
Mar 17 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars
A Thorn For Every Heart -Things Aren't So Beautiful Now CD
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A Thorn For Every Heart
Things Aren't So Beautiful Now CD

This is a great debut album, however, it is tainted because their EP was so much better. They redid the songs from that and ruined them. They established a trademark sound on it and then changed directions with this CD. "Next of Kin" was a great fast-paced emo tune until they overhauled it to a boring, slower song. Don't get me wrong, there are some excellent songs on this CD, such as "99 With an Anchor" and "Things Aren't So Beautiful (1 & 2)", but it's overall a letdown after the EP (which of course is out of print now).

Mike from Carlisle, PA 
Mar 17 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Unwritten Law -Here's to the Mourning [Explicit Content] CD
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Unwritten Law
Here's to the Mourning [Explicit Content] CD

If you're expecting Oz Factor, their self-titled, or even Elva, then keep an open mind because they've changed again. This time they've incorporated a more power-pop style, relying on catchy pop hooks and bass lines more than anything else. I give this album a 3 because they've done better in their career, otherwise, taking it by itself, I'd consider giving it a 4 (not a 5 however). If you're basing your purchase on "Save Me", however, it will probably be worth it because it's a lot of that kind of stuff. The CD starts out strong, "Get Up" is a great opening track and my favorite on the CD, however it seems like each subsequent song gradually gets worse until a forgettable ending. Looking for punk rock? Look away, this isn't even close to the Unwritten Law of old.

Mike from Carlisle, PA 
Feb 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Armor For Sleep -What To Do When You Are Dead CD
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Armor For Sleep
What To Do When You Are Dead CD

I really like these guys. Though their lyrics are not top-notch, they are definitely above average thanks to their concepts. This CD is musically better than their first, albeit not quite as catchy. Car Underwater is a great intro track and each song has it's own unique charm to it. The bonus DVD has a lot of cool footage on it and comes with an extra small, brief booklet outlining what to do when you're dead.




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