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  • ASIN: B0046PACSK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #370,743 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MusicLover on November 10, 2010
Looking For Tomorrow rocks out!! No doubt, one of the year's best in power pop. I have this CD in my car - playing it often and loud!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DJ Prez on May 14, 2011
Three Hour Tour: Looking For Tomorrow is a great album which I just got a few weeks ago. The band is from central Illinois and they are alt-rockers that deliver power pop with permanence. Catchy, memorable tunes populate an album that is solid from beginning to end. Darren Cooper heads a lineup that includes Adam Schmitt, John Richardson, Paul Chastain, Kent Whitesell, Brad Elvis, Ric Menck, Terry Wathen and Brian Sindler who hit the nail directly on the head. Songwriting, performances and production come together with a sense of fun and emotion to make a pop album that is indispensable, not disposable. Also look for their other releases including the equally entertaining "B-Side Oblivion."
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Everyone of cooper's Three Hour Tour albums are flat out perfect power pop! Cream of the crop, never leaves his formula(Thank God) yet always sounds new and enthused. This is not your everyday enjoy and forget pop, this is lasting material and like the Beatles for example, never gets old!
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These guys are among the best power pop bands ever to grace the genre, with a sincere devotion to 60s Mersey and British Invasion, and great - I mean great- vocals & harmonies. You can her influences by The Who, Green Day, The Smithereens, Cotton Mather, Tommy Keene, Guided By Voices and more on this record. It's a powerful rock album with a power-pop pedigree, with guitars that both jangle and roar. Vocals, harmonies, guitars, songs and rhythm section are among the best since, well, ever.
If you love great guitar records, get all of their releases ASAP. BTW, as for the pathetic, cowardly "reviewer" on this page who hides behind the name "Pookie Wookie", please move out of your parents' spare room and get a life. There was not a single shred of truth in your posting (I won't call it a review - it obviously had nothing to do with the band's records), and you know it.
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0 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Penelope's Dream on October 27, 2010
My friend sent me this to listen to and we were surprised about the bands musical non-talent and lack of voice control. Wow, this was the worse CD I have heard in a long time. I almost wanted to put pencils in my eyes. I was amazed this band even has a record deal. I am giving this one back to my friend.
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