13 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

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EDITORS’ NOTES

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

293 Ratings

293 Ratings

Finally!

Sir.Harvey

I have been looking forward to this since I first heard Innerpartysystem last year. These guys are truly amazing and one of a kind. Anyone who is a fan of Nine Inch Nails will really enjoy these guys. This CD is worth way more than $7.99 price tag. I wish they could of included the remix, Paris is Burning, they did for Ladyhawke. But none the less, awesome album!!

Beyond The Genre

Super Honda Technician

From the very first listening of this album you can hear musical influences pouring out from every corner of the music industry. All you are left to wonder is...."how?" How did this group come together? Where was the balance found between the pulse ripping beats, the profound vocals, the electro harmonies, and the dynamic guitar? After hearing their first releases (Die Tonight Live Forever and Don't Stop) on a show called "The Daily Habit", it was clear to me that this band had much potential. I highly recomend this album to anyone seeking new music that is truely beyond the alternative genre. There really is no classification for a sound like Innerpartysystem.

Amazing

Tobo6

This has to be album of the year!

About Innerpartysystem

Before singer Patrick Nissley and drummer Jared Piccone started the dance-rock early-Killers-influenced outfit Innerpartysystem, both were in the Reading, PA-based emo band Thirteen Over Eight, which Piccone (who was then on drums) joined in 2000, a few years after their inception. Though the group enjoyed a nice local response and comparisons to bands like the Used and Thursday, things didn't really take off until the two started the electronic-inspired the Takeover, which later morphed into Innerpartysystem. With Kris Barman on keys and Jesse Cronan on guitars and keys, the group signed to Stolen Transmission (headed by Sarah Lewitinn, credited for helping bands like My Chemical Romance and the Killers reach the mainstream) in May 2007, releasing their The Download EP a few months later. ~ Marisa Brown

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