11 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings

Solid Pop Craftmanship

If you like really good pop this is an album definitely worth getting These guys are talented with a distinctive singer and tight arrangements. A winner all around.


Thank you Rise Records!

I've never heard of this band until the day Rise (a mostly screamo label) introduced them on their facebook saying they signed them. The song they showed was good, and when this album was released every single song was great! Afterwards I had to buy their other albums as well. They have a different, very unique sound (which definatly shows on this album compared to the others) and I am very happy Rise signed them, even though they are not a hardcore band. BUY IT! Best songs are Gone All Summer, Ruby, and Manhattan On Mute.

Rise Against 0516

Loving this album

Dim Lights, On/Off Switches, Cored To Empty, and Pacer are the best tracks in my opinion.

About Cheap Girls

Lansing, Michigan trio Cheap Girls' high-energy, nostalgic pop-meets-punk sound lands somewhere between the Replacements and Superchunk. Comprised of singer/bassist/acoustic guitarist Ian Graham, his drummer/percussionist brother Ben Graham and guitarist Adam Aymor, the band formed in 2007 with the objective of playing back-to-basics rock. Their first album, the self-released Find Me a Drink Home, arrived the following year. A busy touring schedule followed, making way for sophomore record My Roaring 20s, released on Paper + Plastick, which also reissued Find Me a Drink Home. In 2010, Cheap Girls played with Against Me! for the first time, a meeting which grew into a U.S. tour together the following year, and securing Tom Gabel to produce their next record at his new studio. The result was Giant Orange, a collection of road-tested songs showcasing the band's giant hooks and cohesiveness, which arrived on Rise in February 2012. ~ Chrysta Cherrie

Lansing, MI



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