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Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Find Him And Kill Him -Is Fucking Dead 7

Find Him And Kill Him
Is Fucking Dead 7"

Find Him and Kill Him owns(owned) you. Awesome final release from the best hardcore band in San Diego.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Bayside -Bayside (with DVD) CD
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Bayside
Bayside (with DVD) CD

Really good album. Sounds like they've taken a step back from Sirens And Condolences as far as the vocals go, but all in all I like this album.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Straylight Run -Prepare To Be Wrong CD
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Straylight Run
Prepare To Be Wrong CD

Dissappointing. None of the songs are bad.. but besides Hands In The Sky none of them stand out. This truely should've been a single becuase it's definately not that great of an ep. Not recommended for anyone but fans.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Jun 21 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Motion City Soundtrack -Commit This To Memory CD
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Motion City Soundtrack
Commit This To Memory CD

All around good release.. theres nothing to set it apart from anything else, but there's a few catchy songs on it. Tracks 1, 2 and 3 are IMHO the best on the record.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Jun 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Excitebike -Beak/Scoop/Bulge/Stretch/Slice/Add/Subtract CD
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Excitebike
Beak/Scoop/Bulge/Stretch/Slice/Add/Subtract CD

This is REALLY good stuff. Emo-core (The real stuff) before all the bullshit was added. Truely some of the best stuff of the genre still. Do yourself a favor and pick this record up before you can't anymore. I don't really see the Nintendocore claims by some people with this band, becuase aside from the name and the really cool outro to track 1.. there isn't much of a resemblance in my opinion.

Anyway, back on the record. It's quality isn't really that great, but it's not bad. It sounds like your average lower budget EP, but the content is great.

Stand out tracks:

If And Only If (GREAT outro) Standard Candle Voltron

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Jun 21 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Waking Ashland -Composure CD
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Waking Ashland
Composure CD

Pretty good CD. I still prefer the energy and feel of the first EP, but this all around a good debut full length.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
May 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Kevin Devine -Split The Country, Split The Street CD
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Kevin Devine
Split The Country, Split The Street CD

I don't think anything negative can be said about Kevin Devine. This record is his best yet. Intelligently written, with lots of variation to keep your attention on the record. If you're into Bright Eyes, you'll realise how much they suck after listening to how much better Kevin really is. This is the kind of shit that comes straight from the heart. You can tell everything he writes is legit. Hands down, this is gonna be one of the best records of 2005.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Mar 22 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars
V/A -Only So Much Can Go Wrong CD
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V/A
Only So Much Can Go Wrong CD

From a historical standpoint as far as the Long Island scene goes. This is a great comp. Musically, it's average. It's just the same as any other local comp from any other 'scene'. Theres some standout tracks, most noteably the Rookie Lot (Brand New, The Movielife/Nightmare Of You, Crime In Stereo) and Kill Your Idols tracks. Overall a really good comp. If you're into the whole Long Island scene (Who isn't these days?) you should probably check this out.

If this kinda stuff doesn't interest you, most likely you won't be reading this review anyway, so don't buy it.

Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI 
Mar 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Taking Back Sunday -Tell All Your Friends (Limited Edition Green Vinyl) LP
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Taking Back Sunday
Tell All Your Friends (Limited Edition Green Vinyl) LP

Tell All Your Friends kicks ass. It is superior in every way to their OTHER album. Fred is/was great in Breaking Pangaea, but he merely tries to fill John Nolan's space in the band. Which is impossible. Everything on this album is great.. Where You Want To Be is just a rewrite of a the singles with an acoustic song or two thrown in. As far as I know the Vinyl is out of print, but if you can find a copy you should pick it up, as the bonus track (Ballad Of Sal Villenueava) is probably the best thing pressed to wax since... Wayne Newton.

Anyway, bottom line, Tell All Your Friends decimates Where You Want To Be in every way shape and form. If you don't have it (Why you don't.. who the hell knows) you should most certainly buy it... immediately.

 
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