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Addictive

For those dedicated Houston Calls fans, this album has been long overdue. I must say I was eagerly anticipating the release of "The End of an Error," especially after hearing some of the new songs in concert and on their site. The CD does not disappoint. "The End of an Error" feels a lot like "A Collection of Short Stories" in that each time you listen you find a new favorite song. And each time you listen you find it harder and harder to stop. This latest effort from the New Jersey-based band has a cleaner, crisper feel to it. Yet it still brings the energy, passion and exhiliration that their previous CD provided. In my opinion the CD was well worth the wait and is well worth the price. Pick up this album. Then do yourself a favor and see Houston Calls in concert. Not only are they energetic and amazing performers, they are all around great guys.

realllly gooood

this album is badass and is probably as good as their old album my favorite song even though it's not recognized highly by itunes is the oaks on prince st. if you liked the better part of valor definitely check it out

Fricken Sweet

This is has to be one of the best sophmore albums Iv ever heard but, I wont call this a sophmore album, this is the continuation of "A Collection Of Short Stories". This album is long overdue, but well worth the wait. My personal top tracks are: Modest Manifesto, Things Are Happening, I Fancy Abroad, Nagoya, You Cant Simi. I would highly suggest buying the whole darn thing though, its just to sweet to pass up. For Fans Of: Motion City Soundtrack, Hellogoodbye, Forever The Sickest Kids, and The Main, even though they have been around longer than these bands. :)

Biography

Formed: Rockaway, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

New Jersey's Houston Calls officially appeared on the pop-punk scene in August 2005 with their full-length debut, A Collection of Short Stories. Comprised of ex-Face First members vocalist/guitarist Tom "Chitty" Keiger, bassist Jarrett Seltzer, and keyboardist/vocalist Okie Okamoto, the group also included guitarist Kenny Ryan (ex-Hidden in Plain View) and drummer Josh Grigsby (ex-Riding Bikes, who replaced original skinsman Tommy Clayton). Their bright and sunny album was released on Rushmore, an...
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