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A "GOT TO GET IT" Album

I went to HMV and got myself this album as to try it out, and been hooked ever since, their sound is really mellow, which for emo loers is awesome, and the do keep that original feel to their songs, If your a soft rock person this is the album to get ! atleast try the first song youll be hooked to listen to the rest ! 100/100 !

Thought Rock

A second offering from a clearly well-trained Canadian band ( a work that was well-supported by our tax dollar at work, as noted on the album CD cover!). This group is clearly passionate about their work. The vocalist shows a tremendous range with several tacit odes to U2's Bono and to Chris Martin of Coldplay -sure to invite comparisons to both supergroups. The plucking rhythm and lead guitar bears resemblance in style and substance to the Edge and Jonny Buckland as well. Yet, the band, in unison, has carved itself a unique calling-card sound that is sure to render them success on the Canadian and World stage. Well worth the listen.

Solid Album

Every track on this album can be a hit! I can't believe this is only their second release. I know there are many comparisons to Coldplay and quite frankly, the writing by Todd Clarke is far superior. Definitley going to be in high rotation on my iPod.

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