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Appearances Wear Thin

Whippersnapper (Punk)Audio CD
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: WEA/Fueled by Ramen
  • ASIN: B000062Y9C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #552,310 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. To The Third Degree
2. Push Higher
3. Fine Line Life
4. 23 Years
5. Against Us All
6. Feeling Fine
7. Forever
8. Gone But Not Forgotten
9. One Last Fight
10. Don't Leave Me
11. Cold As Stone
12. I Was Only Dreaming...

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2.0 out of 5 stars Is this the same band ? Seriously, What happened? July 1, 2003
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I first took notice to this group, when they were getting a ton of good reviews for their first disc, Americas favorite pastime. It lived up to the hype and then some, each musician complimented each other with their dedication to playing some of the most shredding melodic pop-punk around. They even stepped it up a notch on the 2nd effort, long walk. This disc had a better production, tighter musicianship & some excellent songwriting. Then appearances wear thin came out, I didn't see any reviews on it, other than a couple on amazon, which I know think are slightly misguided. I waited to pick this up... if I would've paid any more I would be shooting myself right now! The once TRULY talented group I grew to love is no more. The production is sub par to say the least. The vocals sound like he went through puberty and he isn't even going to try to sing like he used to. When it comes to the drums, I had to check to see if it was even the same guy playing & it was, so I guess the production killed it for him too. lastly, The guitars are ok, you can hear moments of brilliance, but not like before. I think the creative juices that once fueled this powerhouse have sadly run dry. This is painful to write, because this band was so deserving of the stardom that they'll probably never see! In closing, this is not a true representation of whippersnapper, pick up long walk or americas favorite pastime instead! You are hearby warned!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Oh yeah! The Whipsnap have done it again! August 5, 2002
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Whippersnapper rocks my socks off with their newest album. Every song is full of speed, energy, and passion. This is one of the very few albums where everything is done right.
This album, like the other two Whippersnapper albums, shows a lot of maturity in their songwriting abilities. They have very poppy, catchy guitar lines and vocals, but then will switch over to low, emotional parts. This blend is an excellent mix for Whippersnapper, and this album will not disappoint you. The only thing that I found bad about this album was it isn't as fast as the last two, but that shouldn't stop you from buying it! Take my word for it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS CD ROCKS!!!! March 21, 2002
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THIS CD IS BAD ...!!!! ... ...Seriously, everyone should own this CD...Kudos to Andy for the new and improved style of vocals...Mike's guitar solos are awesome, especially in "23 Years"...Everyone buy this CD NOW!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's too bad these guys broke up August 7, 2003
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Yes, this CD is different than their previous two. It's different in the fact that it's a lot better. I own all 3 Whippersnapper CD's, I listen to them all quite often, and this is without a doubt my favorite. The songs are slower than before, but the melodies and songwriting are stronger than ever. Also, instead of sticking to the general punk rock sound that pretty much filled their last two albums, Whippersnapper experiments with a more straight-ahead rock sound in songs such as the amazing opener "To The Third Degree" and my favorite "Against Us All". They also go to the complete opposite end of the spectrum in more softer emotional songs such as "Don't Leave Me" and the perfect closer "I Was Only Dreaming". Whippersnapper proved they didn't need to have wild guitar riffs flailing all over to keep your attention. The lyrics as well as the music convey a strange happy-yet-sad feeling to you, and I guess that's fitting seeing as how this is the last work of this great band. If you enjoy listening to the same old (stuff) over and over, I suppose you wouldn't like this album, just like the reviewers before me. But, if you're up for some great punk grab this album.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the debut July 31, 2003
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Format:Audio CD
Whippersnapper's debut was awesome. If you don't have America's Favorite Pastime yet, I would suggest that you run out and buy it. On AFP, Whippersnapper had these amazing guitar parts and the vocals were really, really good.
On Appearances Wear Thin, the amazing guitar parts are non-existent, and the vocals sound like a bad Hot Water Music impersonation. It doesn't even sound like the same band.
If you like catchy, innovative pop-punk, then you should buy America's Favorite Pastime. If you want to waste your money, buy this CD. Go ahead. But don't say I didn't warn you.
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