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  • Audio CD (March 26, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: DGC
  • ASIN: B006WXW0FW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2012 release, the fourth studio album from the Alt-Rock band. The album was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells, who is known for his work with Adele, Katy Perry, and OneRepublic, among many others. According to lead singer Tyson Ritter, the album is very different to their past releases - including When the World Comes Down, in which the band experimented, sound-wise. Kids In The Street features the first single 'Beekeeper's Daughter'.

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I listen to this album constantly.
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The album is so disjointed and goes in so many different directions that it seems confused with itself.
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Nice ending to a pretty good album.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jason Stein VINE VOICE on April 27, 2012
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Back in 2002 when AAR first released their debut they reminded me of some 1980's bands that I grew up on as a kid. Of course, they were, and still are, the direct descendents of Blink 182 right down to the note. I like the band, but when I read that they are someone else's favorite band I cringe. I mean, how can a band that is so derivative of other bands before them be someone's favorite band?

Sadly, over the past decade, AAR have not really lived up to the potential I at first thought they had. They have pretty much played it safe, and they only released four albums over the past ten years. Strangely, for a band that consists of guys who grew up in Oklahoma they sound very L.A. They do not embrace their roots like Kings of Leon. And so, AAR remain an enjoyable snack rather than a full course meal.

This is not to say that the band has not tried, because they have. Beginning with their last album "When The World Comes Down", they started playing with their sound, tweaking it here and there with good results. Lyrically, the band is crippled by adolescent desires and college partying. They do not reach for something more meaningful or spiritual, they just stick with childish and naive lyrical outlooks. It is this alone that arrests the true development of this band. They could have been so much further along by now. I mean, Pink can run circles around these guys lyrically.

So here is "Kids In The Street", their fourth album. I bought the deluxe version with the bonus tracks. I went back and listened to all the other AAR albums to keep my criticism fresh. I listened to the new album over the past three weeks multiple times. I gave "Kids In The Street" more than enough time to marinate in my brain cells.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lana Koudsi on June 10, 2012
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I have been an All American Reject fan ever since their first album, Swing Swing. This album DID NOT disappoint me at all! I listen to this album constantly. I honestly do think The All American Rejects are getting better with time. They've always been great, but they just got better. Get this CD if you want to experience them again; if not, you're missing out!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Davis on April 30, 2012
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Since the AAR's first released Swing Swing, and their impressive debut, I've waited for them to hit a full length, multi-track stride encore. They've had mega hits (Move Along, Dirty Little Secret,Gives You Hell) but they really haven't had an end-to-end complete effort.

With Kids in the Street- I believe they have done so.

I also have to admit that the first time I listened to the CD, I wasn't impressed. Then I listened to it more- drawn back against efforts (such as the disappointing release by Neon Trees or the Shins) and listened to it more.

On Sirius XM, their recent release 'Walk over Me' is garnering play time. I personally love Gonzo (although I'm not sure it has commercial appeal), and think both 'Heartbeat Slowing Down' and 'Fast & Slow' are additional possible commercial successes.

However, while '1 hit' will ensure the viability of a 5th CD, the story of the work is the continuity of excellence between the first and last tracks- They're just all good. It's an evolutionary- but not revolutionary- departure from the sound they first exhibited on their debut... just as 'Achtung Baby' was for U2.

Will this be as transformational to AAR as 'Achtung Baby' was U2? Probably not commercially (I don't hear a track of the some evocative power as 'One', for example), but - as U2 notes- if not for the travails creating Achtung Baby (and surviving to create it) the band may have disbanded.

The rest is history- and here's hoping to many more fantastic AAR releases.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C. Shaeffer on May 1, 2012
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When a band reaches multi-platinum status with a certain style, it is usually best if the band sticks to that style. After all, some of the greatest bands in recent memory have done this with much success (Green Day, Aerosmith, AC/DC, etc). But only a few bands in history have successfully altered their sound dramatically and had great success.

Emo and pop-punk died so rapidly after the overkill and overexposure period of 2004-2006. It was very similar to when hair metal died following the explosion of grunge between 1991-1993. When the smoke cleared and the new phase was over, the previous teenage and twentysomething audience that made these bands platinum had grown older and moved on.

Perhaps AAR sensed that this was destined to be their fate as well (bands like Panic at the Disco and Simple Plan experienced tragically low sales last year despite strong albums). But this attempt to alter their sound is just too drastic and too far away from the way the band used to be. What's worse, these new songs don't have catchy hooks and have received absolutely zero airplay as a result. This was similar to when New Found Glory made their "Coming Home" album a few years back. It didn't matter how good the album was to their longtime fans, because it sounded nothing like the band they once embraced. Now, NFG stormed back a few years later with back to back excellent albums, but they went back to their old style to do it.

This album may please some critics, but it won't please old fans or attract new ones, making it an overall failure.
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