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Whoo

Wow this is amazing. Ignore the other two. Prabably escaped mental patients. They don't know what they are talking about. I do. Buy this album! It will NOT disapoint. Unless of course YOU are an escaped mental patient like the other two plonkers.

Amaaaazing :D

Heartbeat is a wicked summer tune, and A-Level Pain just sums up A-Levels perfectly- to an awesome tune of course! ;)

*Yawn*

Terrible band, terrible song. This is classified as "rock" ? Come on, Scouting for Girls sound like ten year olds, the lyrics probably are writen by ten year olds and this is basically bubblegum pop sung by a few ugly young boys (: Go listen to some real music.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The whimsical indie pop group Scouting for Girls formed in 2005 in London, playfully modeling their name after the Scouting handbook (Scouting for Boys), published in the early years of the 20th century. Members Greg Churchouse, Peter Ellard, and Roy Stride signed with Epic Records in early 2007 and released their first single, "It's Not About You," that June. Soon after, the trio's self-titled debut reached the top slot on the U.K. album charts, thanks to the popularity of such singles as "She's...
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Heartbeat - Single, Scouting for Girls
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  • £1.89
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 04 April 2008

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