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The Goodwill

That Was A Moment

Now, I don't like New Found Glory, but I bet these guys do.

1.0 / 10 — Robby

Holy shit this sucks. It's not the worst music I've ever heard, they know how to use their instruments, but they lack the pizzazz of such pop artists as Michael Jackson and rock artists as Queen. In one song they even try to do the screaming back up thing, and contrived crap smells really bad. It's not even worth reading a review about this band on a shitty website.

2.0 / 10 — Zed

Run of the mill hardcore-influenced pop-punk. The music is tolerable, nothing spectacular at all. I would rather listen to this than jump out of an airplane, I can say that, but I'll probably never listen to this album again. The CD was as predictable as a Friday the 13th sequel. Standard pop-punk songs all the way through, with the second to last track being a soft acoustic track for all the kids to break out their lighters to, and the final track being led into by a piano and then what do you know, here come the power chords for the big arena rock/pop-punk combo ending. If you love all the Drive Thru records stuff and all that, you might enjoy this. They can be just another pop-punk band for you to like, I'd be surprised if they became one of your top bands.

4.0 / 10 — Sean
Shellshag - FUTQ
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