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Amazing Debut EP

This album is straight up how pop-punk should be. Coming from California, This Time NextYear's debut EP is basically all of the songs on their Demo, plus Rules or a Ghost Hunt and Sweetest Air, both of which are amazing songs. My favorites of the album would have to be Sands of Bougainville, Sweetest Air and Silver Springs. I would recomend this album for people who like their pop-punk fast and hard hitting with amazing vocals. Make sure to get their next EP when it comes out too! And check them out on myspace.

Excellent Band

This Cd is Amazing. Anyone who likes New Found Glory, and other pop punk cd youd love it. Cant wait for another cd to come on itunes.

One of the best bands around

This Time Next Year has been around for a while but they have recently gotten bigger with there hit song new sensation and full length coming out. There stuff keeps getting better and its amazing to listen to a band with not one song that is low on energy. I have been a fan since the summer of 2007 and this is hands down the best e.p. I have ever heard in my life. My personal favorites are Sands of Bougainville and A Place for You. I give mad props to the band for keeping the music rad these days. I'm extremely excited for the full length. Dont be dumb, just buy this album you wont regret it.

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