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pretty good

i think this is a pretty good second album by houston calls, they are still making catchy, poppy, punky music and i actually prefer it to their first album. the best songs are: a shot in the dark & modest manifesto

*thumbs up*

I've seen these guys live, they have so much energy and perosnality, and this CD is brilliant. Modest manifesto, life won't wait, and a shot on the dark are brilliant tunes. For fans of; Go:Audio, Youmeatsix, Farewell, The Acedemy is...

Great Band, Great Album.

I've been lucky enough to see them three times, and meet them. I was sold the CD by their keyboard player, and what a great CD it is! All the songs are fantastically catchy, bouncy, and often surprisingly meaningful. This is feel-good music for anyone who likes a good time. They've definitely progressed as musicians since their first album, 'A Collection of Short Stories', and if this is how they're growing, I can't wait for the next album!


Formed: Rockaway, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

New Jersey's Houston Calls officially appeared on the pop-punk scene in August 2005 with their full-length debut, A Collection of Short Stories. Comprised of ex-Face First members vocalist/guitarist Tom "Chitty" Keiger, bassist Jarrett Seltzer, and keyboardist/vocalist Okie Okamoto, the group also included guitarist Kenny Ryan (ex-Hidden in Plain View) and drummer Josh Grigsby (ex-Riding Bikes, who replaced original skinsman Tommy Clayton). Their bright and sunny album was released on Rushmore, an...
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