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The Maine’s third studio album finds the Tempe, Ariz.-based quintet hitting its stride. “Identify” balances a lo-fi intro with crystalline production and a painstaking attention to detail that makes it sound like the album was produced in a laboratory instead of a studio. But under all the bells and whistles is a band with an uncanny chemistry relying on almost telepathic communication. The arrangements and changes start and stop on a dime, as if the song structures were imbedded in each member’s DNA. “My Heroine” follows with a salient guitar riff that’s equally catchy and unpredictable, before “Time” nearly reinvents power pop with barbed hooks grappling for your eardrums in the song’s verses rather than the chorus. “Some Days” is a standout cut well worthy of its single status. Over punctuated rhythms and stellar guitar parts, singer John O'Callaghan effortlessly segues from a subdued approach in the verses to a larger-than-life attack on the refrain. If you believe that perfect pop is built on contrasts, “Some Days” will hit you right between the eyes.

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Beyond Proud

The Maine has grown so much. Has created a sound that the Music industry needed again. New sound and lyrics on a whole new level. These five guys have worked their butts off on making and releasing this record. This is the highest and most personal they have ever gotten. Raw with each note and each word. If you are disappointed, and looking for that "old sound"--- "what The Maine use to be" well you have simply have not given them a chance. you have not grown with the band, or have expanded your music genres. This band is bringing back the great sound that had started to fade away. People don't know good music anymore. This record right here is what great, real, raw music is. you don't have to know everything or really anything about this band to understand this record. So buy it. you truly will not be disappointed.

It's alright...

Wow, the Maine have changed so much not really digging their new style. I miss their sound from CSWS:(

The Maine

Grew up, and it's amazing to hear what they have become. I hope they don't ever stop what they're doing. They are true Pioneers.


Formed: 2007 in Tempe, AZ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Despite sharing their name with a northeastern state, the Maine formed in 2007 in Tempe, Arizona, a collegiate suburb of Phoenix. Most of the bandmembers -- singer John O'Callaghan, guitarists Kennedy Brock and Jared Monaco, bassist Garrett Nickelsen, and drummer Pat Kirch -- were in high school at the time, and the guys quickly turned their '90s radio rock band influences into a familiar, infectious pop-punk sound. The Maine signed to Fearless Records and released a five-song concept EP, The Way...
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