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So They Say

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Armed with a string of dates on the 2005 Vans Warped Tour and the six rocking tracks on this EP, So They Say launch their career on Fearless Records. They're quickly outgrowing the city limits of St. Louis and taking their music on the road. They'll follow up this release with a full-length in early 2006. Their cover of Rod Stewart's 'Forever Young' appears on V/A: Punk Goes 80s. For fans of Senses Fail, Armor For Sleep, Hawthorne Heights. 2005.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 13, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fearless Records
  • ASIN: B000A2H4Q6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #711,250 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If taking back sunday had a slightly younger second cousin, who in one way or another was related to The Starting Line and Armor For Sleep, it's name would be "so they say". Building off of the popular for the moment dual vocal attacks, STS adds a technical pop-punk element to the mix, with an accessible end result. The songs are all catchy as hell, but the pop meets heavy sound of STS' EP isn't one to be slept on. Breakdowns are a big part of STS, as is the occasional solo, and who could forget about that whole scream/sing thing found in three of the albums six songs? Of course, none of these genre bending technicals would mean anything if the music was s#@t. Thankfully, it isn't. In an already overcrowded post-hardcore genre, which survives off of same sounding 'who influenced who?' crap, STS look to overcome the cliches and make a name for themselves. "So They Say" (EP) puts em' that much closer to their goal. Recommended.
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Im partially writing this review because the only other person to give them a review is a dumbass. "and dare i say hawthorne heights"?? ummm you bash So They Say for having screaming that sounds forced. listen to hawthorne again, it sounds like his throats gonna explode he's trying so hard. Bottom line So They Say is an extremely talented upcoming artist. Great lyrics great music, and just plain catchy, dont believe me just give them a listen and decide for yourself, but you wont be disappointed. To those who doubt their quality compared to other artists maybe you should get an ear for real music before you start writing reviews...thanks ****SO THEY SAY NEW FULL LENGTH ALBUM COMING TO STORES MARCH 7TH!!!****
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So They Say...another addition to the new crop of "punk" rock out there. the cd isn't great and the cd isn't horrible. these guys have a lot of room for improvement. i think the singer needs a bit of work...maybe get a vocal coach? and do we really need the screams? they sound forced and out of place. i don't mind screaming in songs, but just not like that. the songs are catchy, but i've heard these lyrics before...in a dozen other songs. we get the point she broke your heart, but there are tons of other things in life to write about(death, abuse, drugs, whatever, etc.) the production, however, is pretty good for a fairly new band. keep in mind these guys are on the label that gave us At The Drive-In. they arent the next ATDI, but i can see them going places. For fans of Armor For Sleep, Anberlin, Amber Pacific, Taking Back Sunday and do i dare Say Hawthorne Heights?
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