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o well

i do not like this album, its to much pop girlie stuff basicly if you listen bubble gum pop and bands that are big on the radio like fall out bot you will like it if you liked change is the only constant and an offer you cant refuse you will think this is crap and to all the people giving this 5 stars you dont know this band at all you just know their pop stuff that is horrible and has no originallity at all. it is a shame that they couldnt have gone back to their old days- its a shame and a waste of talent

Perhaps a new direction doesn't mean a sellout...

You can't call every band who decides to change their sound a sellout, this is no exception. If it's your style, give it a try. If not, get over it and look somewhere else.


I mainly listened to acop cause of their style and how Torry's voice fit in perfectly. Now that both are gone, i'm kinda disappointed. On the plus side, its still better than most stuff on the radio.


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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