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Album Review

Boys Like Girls' self-titled debut album was an unexpected success, eventually going gold. Devoid of any hit singles, the album seemed to catch on because it was a perfect distillation of the emo-pop sound with no rough edges to scare people away. For the follow-up, 2009's Love Drunk, the band sticks to the same basic template of slick emo-pop with uptempo songs that sound stadium singalong-friendly and ballads that seem destined to melt teenage girls' hearts. The difference this time is that the songwriting is improved and the songs hookier, especially the rockers. "She's Got a Boyfriend Now" and "Contagious" sound like 2000s updates of the classic '80s sound of pop/rockers like Bryan Adams and Rick Springfield.

Customer Reviews

The Real Thing, for sure.

This album is great. Boys Like Girls have grown and matured so much as musicians since their debut. I was really impressed by the track "Go"... it surprised me in a really good way. And people, please stop taking shots at Taylor Swift. Her vocals sound nice on "Two Is Better Than One" and she's not even Disney. She's worked hard for what she has. Anyway, good work, guys. Keep making beautiful music :]

Being Love Drunk For This Album Won't Be A Heart Heart Heartbreak

A successful debut album might have brought too much hope for a second round great escape. "Boys Like Girls" Love Drunk album came with a flow of sticking to their love songs with a pop alternative taste. To be honest, surely more was expected which this album did not deliver 100% boys like girls from their previous but is still a deadly combination of lovable tunes to many. I recommend you listen to the first album if you have not before buying. Without a doubt "Boys Like Girls" is the kind of band you want to listen when you love love. Recommended Songs: Heart Heart Heartbreak Two Is Better Than One (feat. Taylor Swift) The First One Chemicals Collide

Pretty Good Album

I have a couple of the songs from the album and they've definitely done it again. I didn't think they could get any better from the first album, but they totally did! Who cares if they went into a different direction from the last album? So what? Though, in my opinion, it isn't that big of a difference to even comment about anyways. And to those people who are hating on the album because of ONE song out of the eleven, c'mon, get a life. I think Two Is Better Than One is a really well put together song.

Regarding the Taylor Swift comments, do your research before you people post absurd reviews on here. Taylor Swift is in NO way affiliated with the Walt Disney Company. Her label is Big Machine Records and her records are distributed by Universal. Fact check next time please.

Biography

Formed: Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Boston-based emo-pop turned country-tinged pop outfit Boys Like Girls features singer/guitarist Martin Johnson, bassist Bryan Donahue, drummer John Keefe, and guitarist Paul DiGiovanni (the last two members being cousins). After Boys Like Girls posted several demo recordings online, the band's lively hooks and youthful enthusiasm had garnered them quite a following by 2005's end, while also catching the attention of industry players like booking agent Matt Galle (My Chemical Romance, Taking Back...
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Love Drunk, Boys Like Girls
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Sep 03, 2009

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