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Album Review

Girl Next Door is the debut album from the pop/rock outfit Saving Jane. Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Saving Jane is fronted by vocalist Marti Dodson, whose full, passionate voice lends the perfect balance to these radio-ready rock tunes. Saving Jane write catchy melodies and anthemic hooks about the hardships of love and personal adversity — standard stuff, but it's wrapped up in a smoothly produced pop sound that ensures that the band won't remain strangers to the radio or the charts., Rovi

Customer Reviews

Awesome album

I was drawn to Saving Jane when I heard "Girl Next Door" on the AT40. I looked them up on iTunes and sampled the rest of the album and I was hooked. It's such a great mix of songs, perfect for just about any mood you're in. Marti's vocals are tremendous. My fave's include "Come Down to Me" and "Ordinary." I bought the album before the addition of "Imperfection" and "The Pretender" but I know I won't be disappointed. Buy this album!!

Stand Up Girls and Dry Your Eyes

Ohio’s own Saving Jane has had a minor hit with the somewhat cheesy, yet catch Girl Next Door. The song is the female version of all the male dominated emo rock that has polluted Middle Schools everywhere, but the music is in a much more palatable form than the dudes moping counterparts. But the sad lyrics about a chick in the band jealous of the homecoming queen stays with the loner ethos of emo. Much more tales of alienation are found on their album, Girl Next Door. The most depression of the lot is Happy, where the singer goes on about how she’s so happy she could die. Yeah, that song totally reminds me why I don’t miss the teenage years. And most the album sloshes along with the same recycled track of how much high school supposedly sucked with the exception of Reasons Why where the musicians in the band create one of the catchiest song in the set. Then as the album continues in mediocrity, that album out of nowhere gets much better starting with The Pretender. The grandiose song reminded me of what a female would sound like if she tried to recreate something from the seventies stadium anthems of someone like Bob Seger with the band driving the song to somewhere you want to go highlighted by the enthused piano. And the album doesn’t let down from there continued with what the previous should have sounded like with Mary. It does hint on moody teenager theme, but the song is mired in the depressing wreck that brought down the earlier songs. Unfortunately the last couple songs aren’t enough to save the album as a whole, but hopefully it’s a sign of good things to come from the band.

Very True!!

I Love Girl Next Door!! It is very true in saying that cheerleaders and popular girl practicly rule the school and that isn't fair!! I is sending a GREAT message to girls!!


Formed: 2001 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

What started out as simply a campfire song between strangers soon turned into a musical connection in the form of the Columbus, OH-based alternative pop/rock group Saving Jane. It was at this bonfire that vocalist Marti Dodson (then a junior at Ohio State University) and rhythm guitarist Pat Buzzard first met and subsequently became friends. The pair began writing songs together and when the time came to record their work, local drummer Dak Goodman was recruited to help. The trio found something...
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