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Wow

I originally bought the album because of Sara quin as well (everyone should check out Tegan and Sara) but i found out that its a fantastic album by itself.

Wow

I pretty much only bought this album to listen to Sara Quin. But after I listened to all the songs I realized it is pretty good. SARA QUIN ROCKS!! and so does the songs in this whole album.

Great Band.

I started to listen to The Reason only because I heard Sara Quin(From Tegan and Sara) was doing vocals on one of their songs. So I started listening to their music and its really good. Better then famous well know bands. They have that Pop/Rock dance thing going on and it's working with Adam White's vocals. You should really keep an eye on this band, their going to break their shell soon. =)

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Ontario emo band the Reason was formed in late 2003 by Adam White (vocals, keyboard), James Nelan (guitar, vocals), and Ronson Armstrong (bass). The first EP, Problems Associated with Running, was released that year and won Best Punk Recording at the 2004 Hamilton Music Awards. The following year the Reason saw member changes resulting in the lineup of White, Nelan, Jeremy Widerman (guitar), Cam Bordignon (drums), and Sean Palmer (bass). The Reason put out their first full-length, Ravenna, on Smallman...
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