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Review by Gary Hill

This pop rock set has a lot of energy. It’s also packed with fun. It leans toward things like emo and reggae, but more than anything else is solid pop rock. It’s entertaining for sure.

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Track by Track Review
Small Talk

This is energetic and fun. It’s also catchy and rather bouncy. There is a bit of a reggae rock vibe here. It’s a great tune that starts things in style.

Hometown Hair
There are no big changes here. Instead, we’ve got another energized pop rocker. This is great fun.
Lead Me On
More pure rock and roll, this is high energy and has a bit of a punk edge. It’s still hook laden, though. It’s kind of along the lines of emo.
Already Gone
Starting like a ballad, this works out into another emo-like rocker. This is closer to pure alternative rock, though. It drops back to the mellower at the end, too.
For the Better

This is energetic and fun. It’s not a huge change, but somehow it’s one of the most effective pieces here. In fact, it’s my favorite of the set.

 
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