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Album Review

Junction 18's brand of emo rock is easy to like, but infinitely harder to distinguish from any other emo rock band of the mid- to late '90s. This Vicious Cycle is a great album of upbeat, slightly punk rock, and for those who are fans of this particular genre, Junction 18 is worthy of giving a listen. Of the 11 tracks offered, the most memorable is "Granite Street Knife Fight." Otherwise, this is just another disc for teenagers to dance to in small clubs or rebel to while stuck in their room on a hot summer day. Oh, don't forget that this is the perfect soundtrack for a tragic break-up, but what emo/punk album isn't? ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi

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One of their best albums!

Personally my favorite album out of all of them!


Formed: 1996 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Junction 18 began in Boston in 1996. Originally rehearsing and performing throughout the Northeast and New England area, the band grew a small but loyal following with an energetic live show and impressive musicianship. With influences such as the Smashing Pumpkins, Faith No More, and Bad Religion, Junction 18 performed on the Vans Warped Tour, where they shared the stage with New Found Glory. Representatives from Fearless Records were searching for new talent at the time when Chad Gilbert from New...
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