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great indie rock

really a great album, I actually listened to this album all the way through the first time I listened to it which is pretty rare for me. I can truthfully say that I love every song on this album. A really great album.

It was a f'ing crime that this band never blew up...

It featured Ed and Ian from The Little Ones, Pedro from The Jealous Sound and James from The Bronx. So many great songs on all those records, this one is a little more mellow than "Poised to Break" but still stands up over time. Great melodic indie pop...

god tier stuff

may not quite be emo, but by far one of the best albums i've ever heard. buy. it. now.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sunday's Best was formed by guitarist Pedro Bonito, drummer Ian Moreno, and vocalist/bassist Edward Reyes. The trio recorded a 7" single and compilation track with recording engineer Tom Ackerman, formerly the guitarist and vocalist of Skiploader; Ackerman wound up accepting an offer to become the group's drummer, and Moreno switched to rhythm guitar. The newly constituted quartet recorded a debut EP, Where Are You Now, in 1999. Their first full-length studio release Poised...
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