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Pentatonix’s high-energy a cappella performances give thumping pop songs an intriguing twist; on this EP, the quintet make over Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ swaggering “Can’t Hold Us,” Calvin Harris’ pleading “I Need Your Love,” and a selection of Daft Punk tunes using only their voices. Throughout, they're as skilled at beatboxing and laying down thumping basslines as they are at locking into dizzyingly close harmonies. Originals like the somber “Run to You” and the anthem-in-waiting “Love Again” showcase intricate vocal arrangements and an ear for soaring hooks.

Customer Reviews

RCA Records rerelease

Awesome album! This is the rerelease of PTX Vol 2 as they are now signed with RCA :) iTunes has taken off the Madison Gate Records release which majority of people have bought with thousands of reviews

Best Album Out There

This was the best album I have ever bought. I’m not a big acapella fan, but their music just inspired me and is so good. My favorite is “Run To You”. If you are debating whether you should buy this album or not, I strongly suggest you do because it wasn’t a mistake for me. You Rock, Pentatonix!

Omg..

I can't wait until their full potential is reached they are great..

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Arlington, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

A five-person a cappella group based out of Arlington, Texas, Pentatonix are best known for winning the third season of NBC's The Sing-Off in 2011. Formed by high-school friends Kirstie Maldonado, Mitch Grassi, and Scott Hoying, the group got its initial start after its version of Beyoncé and Lady Gaga's "Telephone," recorded for a local Glee-related contest, started garnering attention on YouTube. The band then added members Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola, renamed itself Pentatonix, and auditioned...
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