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  • Audio CD (June 17, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Nitro Records
  • ASIN: B00009L541
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Countdown
2. White Lights
3. Science Fiction
4. Why Wait?
5. We Exist
6. Follow Me
7. Control
8. Set It Off
9. Decency
10. Pirate
11. Goodbye
12. Over It

Editorial Reviews

2003 album from the Rancho Cucamonga, CA band on Nitro Records. For fans of Blink 182 or Sum 41.

Customer Reviews

I would recommend rufio and this cd to anyone that likes good unk music.
Rashid
I got an advance copy of this CD and I have been listening to it nonstop for weeks.
"surfinusa5"
This album is awesome, throughout the whole c.d. every song is a great song.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By andrew on June 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I heard about rufio last year from one of my band mates, he told me to download "still" from the album "purhaps, I suppose...", i thought the bass player was amazing and the drummer was also very good, and thats coming from another punk rock drummer..., my top 3 bands are Rufio, Taking Back Sunday(great romances... is a great song, as are all of theirs.), and Senses fail(great emo band that does not get much airplay or as much respect as it should), well all in all this cd actually has much catchier songs like "White lights", which is my personal favorite, "science Fiction", "Decency", and "Pirate". and also has a great mellower / acoustic start to "Over it" --- "1985" is one of my favorite cds right now and i have over 300 cds that i have boughten and even more that i have downloaded.... i know my music and Rufio is one of the best bands out there... cant wait to see them on the warped tour this year -- they have so much energy -- well heres the song list
1.Countdown - 5/5 -- great beggining track and also gets you in the mood for the rest of the album
2.White Lights -- 5/5 -- the best song on the whole album-- great drum beat in the begginning and then the awesome guitar part comes in , nothing short of amazing...
3.Science Fiction -- 5/5 -- the first song i heard off of "1985", it was on the warped tour 2003 cd, and i immedietely thought it was a classic -- the beggining guitar part lets the energy that rufio produces flow through your speakers...
4.Why Wait -- 41/2 / 5 -- also a very good song with great lyrics...
5.We Exist -- 41/2 / 5 -- yet another amazing song by the all time great Rufio, Rufio, Ru... Fi... Ooohhhh
6.Follow Me -- 5/5 -- starts off slower but then gets great -- the background guitar playing is perfect..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By uncle sam on July 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Once again Rufio maintain their high standard of unique pop-punk following their previous release 'Perhaps, I Suppose'. You can never get bored of Rufio. On this CD, '1985', they have created catchy guitar rifts that will stay in your head, such as 'White Lights' and 'Pirate'. Although I feel they dont live up to the standars of 'Above Me' - the opening track on their previous album.
What makes me prefer Rufio to most pop-punk bands is that Scott Sellers provides unique melodic vocals on top of some of the greatest guitar rifts i've heard. Now i'm not too good on the subject of guitars, but they sure are pretty amazing! Also, he doesnt sing in a girlie voice like most pop-punk bands.
If your into 'The All-American Rejects', 'Yellowcard' or 'Millencolin' go out and buy this CD. Perhaps not as good as their previous album, but still worth keeping playing in your CD player for a month or two. Rufio are set to become big, and i'm lucky enough to be going to see them in Brighton in September. More things to come from this young bunch of humourous and talented guys.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brett Kohlman on September 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
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. Their songs have become more intricate and have still maintained the easy listening level for multiple generations to listen to. The variation of guitar and lyrics is astounding as they make every other song sound different than the one before. If you had 14 dollars to buy just one CD, you should seriously think about investing in this rufio CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Punk bball on September 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Rufio is one of those bandshardly anyone knows about. No one talks about them, wears shirts, or mentions any of their cds. I picked up 1985 just last week and i was a little surprised but disipointed. Rufio is pop punk, not exactly straight punk. Some songs are a little sowand are just rock close to punk. About 1/2 or less is straight punk like most bands. So if you don't lke softer punk don't get this cd. Even though it is softer sometimes and there is no yelling I still enjoy the album. Not my favorite but still good. Their style of music is signature. They have their own sound like no other band. Scott Sellers(lead singer) reminds me of Jordan from New Found Glory, which means the singer voices is kind of high for this kind of music and it sounds odd but still good music. If you like Yellowcard or NFG then pick up 1985. Songs:

Countdown- 9/10

White Lights- 9/10

Science Fiction- 8.5

Why Wait?- 7/10

We Exist- 6.5/10

Follow Me- 7.5/10

Control- 8.5/10

Set it Off- 7/10

Decency- 7.2/10

Pirate- 7.3/10

Goodbye- 8/10

Over it- 8/10
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By touchdown boy on June 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I dont usually write reviews as a biased fan, but for rufio i have to make an exception. I fell in love with rufio after hearing perhaps i suppose. It would have to be one of my favourite all time albums. 1985 is more mainstream than Perhaps...and has slightly less natural energy. Scott's singing on Perhaps...sometimes was hard to understand because it seemed kind of in the background. This problem has been fixed on 1985, only to create a new one. Scott's voice is a little irritating which can put off some listeners. Also sometimes i think the drumming is too fast. Anyhoo, the gtarist is sooooo good and the songs here are unbelieveably creative (particularly for pop-punk). 5 and 6 are the best songs.
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