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Customer Reviews

Amazing, like always

I've been waiting for this EP and finally its here! All the songs are great, but the tops are probably Tune Out, On your porch and Janet. Tune out is such a catchy song and On your porch is so sad but beautiful and Janet is just a neat song. Buy it!


well, i was an ok format fan, and i always loved nates voice. but i think his voice transitioned into his new band, fun, so much better. Maybe its just me, but his vocie sounds better with strings, trumpets, and pianos in the background. Either way nates an amazing singer and will do fine in the music business.:D

they have done it again

the format always amazes me.they are just so awesome! I have been waiting for Wait Wait Wait acoustic and its here! The Format is my favorite band ever. and one of the main reasons is because they sing wonderful live as well as in the recording studio. Keep up the great work guys! And thank you itunes. Reppin AZ babyy :]


Formed: 2001 in Peoria, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Self-described as a "desert pop" band, the Format materialized around two friends, vocalist Nate Ruess and multi-instrumentalist Sam Means, in the early 2000s. Taking influence from '60s music to craft their own spirited indie pop melodies, the Arizona-based pair were barely in their twenties when they laid down a five-song EP with producer Bob Hoag. Next thing they knew, the first track from that EP -- the aptly titled "The First Single" -- found its way onto local radio and became a minor hometown...
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