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The Click Five exploded onto the pop music scene with their 2005 release Greetings From Imrie House, which made an impressive chart debut, entering the Billboard 200 at #15 - the year's highest-charting debut from a new rock band. The band's sophomore album, Modern Minds And Pastimes is already garnering attention at radio with their first single "Jenny." With the announcement of a new singer, 20 year-old Kyle Patrick, The Click Five is poised to make its much-anticipated return with a fresh sound that is sure to please fans and bring the band to new heights.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 26, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros Mod Afw
  • ASIN: B000Q677BS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,066 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Modern Minds and Pastimes shows great growth in the music and in the band.
Helene G.
I just heard "The Clicks" a couple of months ago fro the first time, but I instantly fell in love with them.
Aliki
I am also impressed once again with the original members,Joe Guese,Joey Zehr,Ben Romans,and Ethan Mentzer!
Claire

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Mazzza on June 26, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The Click Five's sophomore album, Modern Minds and Pastimes is impossible not to fall in love with. It's obivious that the members of The Click Five put their heart and souls into the lyrics and music, working hard to make music that was both meaningful and catchy at the same time. I've been an obsessed fan of The Click Five for years now, and when Eric Dill left the band, I was thouroughly dissapointed. All I could think was, it's all downhill from here...but I was definetely wrong! Their new addition to the band, Kyle Patrick has a different voice than Eric and brings a different sound but he is just as enjoyable as Eric, maybe even more! The tracks on this album make you just want to dance and sing-a-long, and get stuck in your head for days. And for once, it's a good thing! haha Their new album is absolutely addicting and made me fall in love with the band and their music all over again. I didn't know it was possible, but I love The Click Five even MORE than I had before. Modern Mind's and Pastimes: ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL. I would suggest it to anyone and everyone who was looking for great music and tunes that'll put a smile on their face. =)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Larry Davis on July 20, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Why is this better??? Start with their new singer/guitarist Kyle Patrick...more of a true powerpop singer, not as teen-oriented, and he fits seamlessly into the band...a comfortable fit.

Next up, the songwriting. BIG improvement over the debut...not that THAT was a bad album, not at all. But here, on MM&P, there are no ripoffish tunes ("Angel To You, Devil To Me" is a complete steal of Bryan Adam's "This Time", for instance), there are NO COVERS!!!! "I'll Take My Chances" on the debut is a SWIRL 360 tune, and the original was better. Yes, "Just The Girl" was a great song, but it wasn't written by the band...with a powerpop band like them, it's just best they write all the songs themselves, and on this record, the band, espesh keyboard player/songwriter Ben Romans wrote/cowrote all 12...and there are some real gems here. That's the key...the Click 5 are more concerned here with writing good tunes, just because they are good, NOT because they want some hits. This is a good example of good UNCOMMERCIAL powerpop...great melodies and lyrics that get under your skin and stick to your brain. That's what pop/powerpop is, not about what's popular, underdstand???

"Jenny", the first single is grand, "Addicted To Me" is amazing, "Long Way To Go" is a really cool rocker with a sorta rapped/chanted-along, hypercatchy, ultramemorable, garagey delivery, "I'm Getting Over You" is a really melodic, haunting, Badfinger-ish type of powerpop/ballad hybrid, "Headlight Disco" is a great anomaly...a powerpop/disco hybrid that works like a charm. Opener "Flipside" is a catchy, doo-wop influenced song. All 12 songs are cool and a major improvement...could be a new beginning for the band...if they get dropped, they should not break up because it feels like they're just getting started.

Only the new Rooney is a better powerpop album out this year...but this gets a solid B+. Bravo, boys...and I'm looking forward to Kyle writing more songs with the band.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Claire on August 19, 2007
Format: Audio CD
To be honest I really don't know where to start,I love this whole album!
From the very catchy and fun to sing single "Jenny" to the amazing ballad "Empty". This album shows much more maturity than the debut album "Greetings from Imrie House". Kyle Patrick just fits right in,he looks the part and sounds the part. I love his voice. I am also impressed once again with the original members,Joe Guese,Joey Zehr,Ben Romans,and Ethan Mentzer! They all made this album awesome! I am just so excited about this album! I give an A plus all the way!! I love the Click Five and MMAP!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Flap Jackson on July 24, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Having heard a few really great tracks off this album, I decided to see how much more The Click Five could impress me. And while no songs impress me as much as "Headlight Disco," "Flipside," and "I'm Getting Over You," most of the album entertains and pleases any listener with impressive vocals and songs that try to add a little bit more depth and variety than your average pop punk album.

As with any good pop punk album, the first three opening tracks aim to please with their rockin' atmosphere. They're catchy, fun and perfect for any summer. "Addicted To Me" brings in some synths to add a 80s/new wave feel to it, but the song is mid-tempo, and isn't that exiting to listen to.

As I said in my review of "I'm Getting Over You," the song is an amazing breakup song that goes above and beyond this unoriginal type of song, and brings true emotion into the picture. But the song is needlessly short, and they could have stretched it out more. "When I'm Gone" is well-done that's a little catchy, and has some really good chords that make this a pretty good power pop/rock song.

"Headlight Disco is also another excellent highlight that begs you to move your feet in this dance tune that would fit perfectly at a skating rink. It's pretty original for this genre and is certainly a crowd-pleaser. "All I Need Is You," "Long Way To Go," and "Mary Jane" all have their good elements which make them good songs, but they unfortunately don't stick in your head very long. "Empty" closes the album out with a ballad with contains some great vocals and emotions. The song also gets better as it goes along, building to its grand finale.

Overall, this album goes beyond the call of a pop rocker's duty, and The Click Five separates themselves with some much-needed variety in their music.
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