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In This Together

A Change of Pace

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....really?

this is not the old them...=(

Meh

Personally, I enjoy this band but I think that their older work was much better than what they have released in the past two years. I gave this three stars because they just sound like a sell-out, mainstream rock band. I think that if they want to be an impressive band again they should write more songs like "Shoot From the Hip," and "Til Death do us Part,"

Not A Change of Pace

Lets be honest, this is no longer A Change of Pace. this is some pop band thats in it to get the attention of girl, not to make good music. Without Torri this is a completely different, and worse band

Biography

Formed: Peoria, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Change of Pace initially came together around high-school buddies Torry Jasper (vocals/guitar) and Jonathan Kelly (drums), who were both itching to graduate so they could get out of their sleepy hometown of Peoria, AZ. Bonding over a shared love of pop-punk, the guys would see the lineup shift around them early on as they perfected their explosive, pop-edged alternative rock. They self-released their first EP in 2003, Change Is the Only Constant, and toured with Senses Fail before being accidentally...
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In This Together, A Change of Pace
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  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Apr 20, 2009

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