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its taken way longer than it shoul to put theese EPs on itunes. They're both great albums----i suggest buying them both.actually, you know, i lied. i suggest going to their myspace and downloading them where they have them posted FOR FREE.but just because they're free doesn't make them anything short of phenominal

A Great Collection of Songs

While I thoroughly enjoyed their first EP, I found that the songs on this EP were not as catchy as their previous work. I am not a professional and could not tell you why, but these songs are lacking that extra oomph that made Party For The Grown and Sexy one of the best EPs I own. These are by no means bad songs, but I recommend buying their first EP before you buy this one.

Like hitting a home run and tripping over 3rd base

After Party For The Grown & Sexy as a debut release, I thought You, Me, and Everyone We Know could do know wrong. The entire (and lengthy) EP was full of cleverly catchy songs that you wanted to learn to sing along with. Nothing felt like filler for the good stuff, because it was all the good stuff! With this new EP arriving not long after I first discovered the band, I was beyond excited. I Can Get Back Up Now had been on their Myspace for some time, and it already reigned as one of my favorite songs of theirs before So Young was even released. Little did I know, none of the following 5 tracks would surpass it, and few would even come close. At first I thought I was merely blinded by my love for the debut, but months later I know that isn't the case. Between the opener and Happy Birthday (another great ending to rival Carolina Heat), it feels like mush. The mush might be tasty, mind you, but at the end of the day it's still just mush. I don't know if they were trying too hard or what, but I was thorougly disappointed by this release. So why do I give it 4 stars? Well, compared to music on a worldly level, it's still incredible. But set it next to its predecessor and you will definitely be able to tell who would win in an arm wrestling contest...or any contest, at that. You, Me, and Everyone We Know hit a homerun with Party and used So Young, So Insane to round the bases, but tripped on their way home from third.

So Young, So Insane - EP, You, Me, and Everyone We Know
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Dec 08, 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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