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The All-american Rejects - The All-american Rejects
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The All-American Rejects - The All-American Rejects

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2003-02-04 Year: 2003
Label: SKG Music L.L.C.
Genre: Power Pop,  Pop Punk
Producer: Tim O heir
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Now look here right away,oh mama
don?t it feel good when a record
comes along with plenty of good
vibes and catchy uptempo powerpop
that will force the rain to take
a hike and let the sun shine through.
Imagine Rembrandts but a bit
upspeeded and more rock and then
you?ll have The All American Rejects.
It?s just two guys that is behind
the name and they are Tyson Ritter-
Lead Vocals,Bass and Nick Wheeler-
Guitars,Keyboards.
The album was first released on
the independent label Doghouse
records but luckily they were signed
to Dreamworks and they do deserve
it......lots of diamonds and pearls
in this package of happy pop.
"You star" has a superb groove
that?ll make you ride a horse on
the rodeo and "Time stands still"
will make the flowers bloom in
the middle of winter.
There?s so many good vibrations
about this album that I feel
I?m gonna burst out in a huge
hug to all around me.
Give the guys a Grammy award
immediately because you
could roll the dice about what
song should be released as a
single,there are 11 candidates
believe it or not.....I?m not
kidding you!
If the world would end,I?m certain
that somewhere,somehow the noise
from this album could be heard from
a freestyle as the last standing music
on the planet Earth never to stop.

Tracklisting 1. My Paper Heart
2. Your Star
3. Swing, Swing
4. Time Stands Still
5. One More Sad Song
6. Why Worry
7. Don't Leave Me
8. Too Far Gone
9. Drive Away
10. Happy Endings
11. The Last Song


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Did you know that?

IT is rumored that Vocalist/bassist Tyson Jay Ritter was born April 24, 1984 at a Van Halen concert, and after he came out, he was wrapped in a t-shirt for the band.

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