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the best.

this is the best cd you will listen to in the next 2 years. these guys are unbelievable. coming from a small town in the middle of no where and now being an amazing band. please support FCC and everything they stand for and buy this album.

Don't Cheat the Fans

I love these guys and this album is excellent from start to finish. That said, you can't promise a full lenght album then make it only 10 songs long with one of those songs being 1:00 and another being a repeat from a previous EP, then charge $10 for it. Don't cheat the fans. I'm still going to buy it though, so maybe I don't know what I'm talking about.

Front Porch Sunrise is still the best

This is pretty good, but then again it's hard to beat something as perfect as Front Porch Sunrise already was. And how are these $1.29 already? I first heard these guys on a glamourkills sampler, then saw them on No Room for Rockstars. I'm still gonna listen for what you guys put out and keep up the good work! You need to get on Warped one of these days!

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Twentynine Palms, California

Genre: Punk

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Southern California emo pop band Forever Came Calling formed in 2006 with no greater aspirations than covering songs by Taking Back Sunday and Senses Fail. The band was founded by guitarist/vocalist Joe Candelaria and drummer Jimmy Dale, shuffling through multiple lineups that would grow to include bassist John Swaba and various other players as Forever Came Calling got more serious. They self-released the EPs This Is Me Dreaming and HopE.P.assion before being included in the documentary film No...
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