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Old 10-24-2004, 12:27 AM   #16
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i'm surprised by this. i think it's the most "blink 182-ish" song on the album, and that probably explains the choice for it being the first single...but i don't think it is nearly the strongest song on the album. i suggest you give it a few more listens.

yes, the track with robert smith is quite good. not blink 182-ish at all.
if you take into considering the majority of my music taste, you wouldn't be surprised at all. i'm not an artsy indie rock person at all.
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Old 10-24-2004, 09:21 AM   #17
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if you take into considering the majority of my music taste, you wouldn't be surprised at all. i'm not an artsy indie rock person at all.
fair enough.

also, blink 182 is definitely not punk at its best. they are like post-punk or something...especially after the last album.
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Old 10-24-2004, 09:39 AM   #18
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i LOVE the song with robert smith, "all of this." the albums is pretty good ... but the main reason i like blink is that the teenagers that worship them are at least moving in the right direction and not listening to crappy rap/r&b. maybe some angst-ridden punk kid will pick up the cure's greatest hits because of that song...
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Argh! You are all freaks!

Dude Ranch and Cheshire Cat are awsome.
Everything since then has been pretty awful.

Maybe that is just because I liked those albums when I was younger... but still. Gah! You all have the opposite opinion to me...
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What about Buddha?

I like all their stuff. Some more than others. I don't have high expecations for them, and I don't tout them as musical genius types. So I enjoy them for what they are. They're fun, and at least they're trying to mature. But I happen to think TOYPAJ is stronger than Cheshire Cat, personally. And this new album is easily their best.
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