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Customer Reviews

amazing EP

love this love this love this. i think that it's gonna be on my top fave releases of 2007. "you're very dear to me" and "herbal jazz cigarette" are my absolute faves. as are "i was never a normal boy"! i really am having a hard time choosing, but i guess that's because there isnt a bad song on here. i bought it twice infact... the hard version via smartpunk and this one for my ipod.


Nightmare of You's first full-length CD was a great album in itself, but BANG took it to a whole new level of greatness. "I Don't Want to Dance Anymore" sets the perfect tone for the EP, starting with Brandon Reilly's signature pterodactyl scream. "I Was Never a Normal Boy", a song about lonliness and finding your niche in life, shows a great, sort of vulnerable side to the band. "You're Very Dear to Me", to me, is the weak point of the EP, but is still a unique song in itself. "Bang" is full of energy, and really makes one want to jump around. "Herbal Jazz Cigarette", a true-blue love song, is the high-point of the EP, and just may be one of the most well-written songs of the year, with its dramatically simple drum beat and masterful guitar. Long story short: BANG is excellent, and is a shame that it is only 5 songs.

FIRST! amazing.

nightmare of you never seems to fail. their music is amazing. lyrics and everything. i love it. :)


Formed: 2003 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Nightmare of You rose out of the ashes of the Long Island punk revivalist band the Movielife. Ex-Movielife guitarist Brandon Reilly formed the melodic indie rock group in 2003 with a sound much more pop-oriented than his hardcore roots would initially suggest. Alongside vocalist/guitarist Reilly, Nightmare of You includes guitarist Joseph McCaffrey, bassist Ryan Heil, and drummer Sammy Siegler (ex-Rival Schools, Glassjaw). Finishing up tour dates with Head Automatica, the band released its self-titled...
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