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I can't believe it actually came to Canada!!! I've been so upset not being able to listen to it!! Anyway, this EP is AWESOME. I love it ^_____^ <3


My girls have been waiting for its Canadian release!!!
LOVE it!!!
Don't understand why they are not topping the charts!?! Talented band!!!


Wow just wow! After All The Way I honestly didn't think they're music could get any better but I'm absolutely blown away! The lyrics are perfect and the sound is interesting and different but on the same hand still has that dance-able awesome Allstar Weekend beat! I can't wait for the full langth album later this year! <3

Keep up the amazing work boys<3


Formed: 2007 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The emo pop quartet Allstar Weekend was formed in 2007 by Zachary Porter (vocals), Nathan Darmody (guitar), Cameron Quiseng (bass), and Michael Martinez (drums) in San Diego, California, while all four members were still in high school. Inspired by hometown heroes like blink-182 and classic rock icons like Queen and Elton John, Allstar Weekend began writing songs and playing shows around town. While they were building their local fan base, the bandmembers also wrote and recorded songs for their MySpace...
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The American Dream - EP, Allstar Weekend
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  • $4.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 01, 2012

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