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good tunes to jamout too. !!!!

Great Album

If you are a fan of pop punk, I'd definitely recommend this album. While many bands today are going more for "radio-friendly" punkish pop, this album goes back to what the genre should sound like, which creates a great listen!

Pop/punk, eh?

This album will pop your punk. Every song on this record is incredible.


Genre: Pop

July started out in the early '60s as an Ealing-based skiffle act working under the name of the Playboys, and then metamorphosed into an R&B outfit known as the Thoughts and then the Tomcats, through which John "Speedy" Keen passed as a drummer. The final Tomcats lineup, which evolved out of an unrecorded band known as the Second Thoughts, found some success in Spain when they went to play a series of gigs in Madrid in 1966. They returned to England in 1968, the group's lineup consisting of Tony...
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