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Blame It On the Youth

The Sun

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Local boys make good

I had the pleasure of seeing these guys play a show in their/my hometown of Columbus, OH just after they released their first EP on Warner Bros. It's incredible - but unsurprising - how far they've come since then. Anthems like "Rockstop" and "Valentine" sound even better here, while single "Lost At Home" is perhaps the finest pop-rock single of the year. Don't miss out.

The Sun

How is it some bands can go so easily unnoticed. The Sun have done a great job crafting tracks that cover a broad range of styles on this album. I recommend checking out the songs on this release as well as the work they have done prior.

A solid album

This album is pretty solid with a few standout tracks... Lost at Home, Must Be You, & Valentine are great songs. The rest of the album seems to get better with every listen. Pick this album up and you won't be disappointed.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

What started out as Chris Burney's demo tape was the fuel that fired the Sun to get off the ground. The Sun, a garage rock four-piece with a slick, gritty style formed a band in their Midwest living quarters in 2001. Burney (vocals/guitar), New Bomb Turks drummer Sam Brown, and the Floatation Walls' Carlos Avendano connected in St. Louis, tinkering around, but left for the comfort of college. Each had a brief stay at Ohio State in Columbus, but they dropped out to make music their full time gig....
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Blame It On the Youth, The Sun
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Indie Rock
  • Released: Sep 13, 2005

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