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AMAZING ALBUM, so you should buy it.

Something Quite Peculiar

I saw them back in April of 2006 with Takes The Crown when they opened for AFI. Its weird I found them to be much better live..but never the less its a pretty good album, and worth purchasing.


so i saw them at warped and now i'm hooked. i love their music. its so well put together! and the melodies and rhythms are amazing. there is so much talent in this band. the cd is phenominal!!!!! spend the money. its too good not to


Formed: California

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Playing guitar-driven pop-punk with strong melodies and a stylish goth undertow, the Dear & Departed are five young men from California who don't have to struggle to look like hipsters from overseas -- all the band's members were born outside the United States. Vocalist Dan Under and guitarist Darren Parkinson hail from England, drummer Joel Bourne was born in Australia, guitarist Simon O'Gorman comes from nearby New Zealand, and bassist David Williams is a Welsh native. After assembling in Southern...
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