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|2. White Lights|
|3. Science Fiction|
|4. Why Wait?|
|5. We Exist|
|6. Follow Me|
|8. Set It Off|
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Rufio is by far one of my favorite pop punk bands, this particular CD explains why. There are only about 10 albums I can listen to from start to finish and this album is up there. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Drew
I love the 80's.
Nice cd. Lead singer has an original voice.
Cd ends in a wimper though. Last tracks should rock. Read more
While Perhaps, I Suppose is more on the levels of Relationships, 1985 is on the level of life and its experiences, Etc etc.. More of personal issues, And questions in life.. Read morePublished on November 4, 2005 by Immortal_Apathy
A few of the tracks are really good; these tracks alone are worth more than the cost of the CD. A few of them suck and most of them are pretty good. Read morePublished on September 18, 2005 by Constant Elevation
This is a very stong second album for rufio, they have changed a little. it is a great album, buy itPublished on October 20, 2004 by Emmyjay
Rufio has made a drastic improvement over the past two years since their first album, "Perhaps, I Suppose" while also maintaining the kind of punk-type music they play. Read morePublished on September 26, 2004 by Brett Kohlman
Rufio is one of those bands that no matter how bad the lyrics are, how girly the singing is or how much some people try to put them down, they still are on the top of the punk rock... Read morePublished on July 3, 2004 by xxbringthemoshxx
All the songs on this album are mediocre and you can enjoy the same type of music on other albums from other better bands. Read morePublished on April 11, 2004 by MoMoMoJo
Rufio's sound can be described as signature pop-punk. Their vocals remind me of the Ataris and their guitars remind me of blink-182. Read morePublished on April 8, 2004 by Aaron L.