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i love FTSK dont get me wrong but...

as much as i love FTSK which i really do. ive known about them since the beginning. im not just a bandwagoner who found out about them in J-14 magazine or something, i really did not enjoy this album. i feel like it strayed so much and go so much "poppier" than underdog alma mater. i know this is very stereotypical but they kind of sold out to "the man." all i can say is i hope Saturday is much much better.


I am so upset with this album. They sounded 100 times better before they got famous. Dont get me wrong i love my boys in FTSK but come on. They sound like LFO on crack. Im am disappointed. So i guess for now i will be rockin' out to Underdog Alma Mater until a better cd comes out.

It's Great!!! :]

Good job FTSK. I really enjoyed listening to this new album. My favorites are definitely Do Or Die and What Do You Want From Me. I'm glad that FTSK stuck to what they do best and didn't change their sound. Can't wait for the next album!!


Formed: 2006 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Forever the Sickest Kids received their first break mere days after forming, when lead singer Jonathan Cook inadvertently spent several hundred dollars for front-page song placement on With no songs to their name, the Dallas-based musicians were forced to hurriedly pound out a track so as not to waste their money. Formed from the ashes of Ben Bradley and the Flipside, two local bands that had called it quits in late 2006, the group quickly got to work creating its first emo-pop song....
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The Weekend: Friday, Forever the Sickest Kids
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Nov 17, 2009

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