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Customer Reviews

A Few Really Beautiful Songs

Love several tracks on this album: Red & Blue Jeans (amazing guitar riff - I-tunes choose to play the bridge in their preview - not at all representitive of the song - find it somewhere else), Rasberry Rush and Nothing Feels Good.

I like it

good band, so buy the album

This Is Great Classic 90's Goodness!

Every time I hear "Why Did We Ever Meet", I just feel better about life. This album is a classic(and I can't believe I'm the 1st to write a review), and from the opening of "Is This Thing On?" it's just a blast of power pop crafted in a way that makes you move and feel good. "Why Did We Ever Meet" is the best song ever by The Promise Ring, and there are other classics on this great album. "Make Me A Chevy" is a song that cruises right along with a hook that stays in your brain for days, and thats a good thing. And once you get to the upbeat rocking of "B is For Bethlehem" you just want to throw your arms in the air and cheer! And then start it all over again to enjoy again and again. The best Promise Ring album, and a great memory for me and 1998.


Formed: 1995 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Promise Ring were one of the most popular emo bands of the '90s, epitomizing the poppier, more accessible wing of the style. Along with Sunny Day Real Estate, the Get Up Kids, Braid, and Jimmy Eat World, they helped bring emo from the punk underground to a wider indie rock audience in the latter half of the decade. Like the exact definition of emo itself, the Promise Ring's music evolved in ways that were difficult to pin down completely; starting out as both intricate and visceral, they simplified...
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