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Album Review

Florida alt-rock outfit Go Radio (featuring former Mayday Parade singer Jason Lancaster) make their driving full-length debut on Lucky Street. Working with producer Tim O’Heir, who worked with All-American Rejects and Say Anything, the band follows the mold of those groups, fusing a pop-punk influence into its guitar-heavy sound, adding a sense of urgency to the music without sacrificing melody. The result is a kind of plaintive alt-rock that’s able to be uptempo without necessarily being upbeat, giving the album enough drive to grab listeners' attention and enough emotional weight to keep them interested. With hard rocking jams like “Kill the Beast” and “Fight, Fight (Reach for the Sky)” in Go Radio's repertoire, Lucky Street definitely makes for a promising debut from the Tallahassee quartet, and will definitely be of interest to fans of Lancaster’s from his Mayday Parade days.

Customer Reviews

So Good! So Good! So Good!

I absolutely love Go Radio!! Wish that more people knew about them, but if you liked the old Mayday Parade there's no reason for you to not like these guys!! Considering it's Jason Lancaster and he is amazing! :)

Hate it when

The reviews get reset. Anyway, one of the best of 2011 so far, the album has so much variety. My favorites are Any Other Heart, Why I'm Home, Kill The Beast, Forever My Father, and House of Hallways. But every track is great, and everyone will have their own favorite songs - because the songs are so diverse, there's something for everyone! Find your favorites and get them. I personally like every song and got the whole album(definately recommended!). Good job Go Radio, thanks for the great music!

It's ok...

If you were hoping for Go Radio to sound like old school Mayday Parade, this album isn't for you. If you were hoping they'd have more songs like When Dreaming Gets Drastic from their EP, this album isn't for you. It's ok to listen to, but it's very forgettable. The band's got potential, so I hope it's displayed in the next album.


Formed: 2007 in Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/guitarist Jason Lancaster left Mayday Parade in April 2007, shortly after the band finished recording the album A Lesson in Romantics for Fearless Records. Burnt out on music and needing a break, Lancaster quickly discovered, however, that he couldn't stay away from playing for long, and by 2008 he had moved on and formed the similar-sounding Go Radio. Based in Tallahassee, Florida, he recruited bassist Matt Burns and drummer Steven Kopacz, and after going through two guitarists, the band...
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