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It Could Be Worse

February 22, 2011 | Format: MP3

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So I purchased this album this morning, and have had my time to listen and enjoy many of these new songs. ACOP was once a anthem style pop-punk band, with lots of melody and energy. They have kept some of those traits while showing a more mature style to the music. I have known these guys since the beginning. Not once have I ever doubted them, and even though they changed singers. Micah brings a new style to this group that while still energetic, he has a flow to his vocals. This is a great group of guys, and the chemistry they have is what more bands should pay attention to. It takes passion from everyone to create something special. This album won't disappoint if your an open-mind to seeing ACOP as a more mature band. Fantastic album!
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