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4.5 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

cdsport13 ,

An Unecessary Release, but Still Good.

So Hopeless re-relased their first two EPs with 2014 remastered versions. Honestly, they sound almost the same, so really it was just a way to complie them together as a full-length album. I bought it anyway cause I love and support this band and I have an OCD with having full discographies. Vocally, this is still fetus Neck Deep, so Ben still sounds raw. It took me a while to gel with his voice. Instrumentally, these tracks are good to show how far they've come. They are not as catchy or accessible, but decent for the new-wave of pop-punk that is more aggressive. Lyrically, pretty good––your typical themes of love and pain and leaving home and indentity, and reget, etc. There isn't really any filler on here, but my favorite tracks include: "Up in Smoke", "A Part of Me" , "Head to the Ground", and "Silver Lining". But this only if you don't have the individual EPs, otherwise it's not a must-have. Good songs nonetheless.

DrewCollins ,

what?

I don't see any differences..? It all sounds the same.

yungCustodiian ,

Overproduced

Why did they try to improve rain in July it was perfect the way it was. I liked the rerecorded version of "what did you expect" on losing teeth more than the original, but this is a bit unnecessary.

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