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Midtown - Forget What You Know

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2004
Label: Columbia Records
Genre: Pop Punk
Producer: Butch Walker
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Review

New Jersey punkband Midtown?s 4th album "Forget what you know" is more of a emo-punk affair than their previous efforts.
They follow the trend so to speak,this is a well produced album by sound engineer Butch Walker and the songs are energetic like a typical emo album should be in this time of age.
No song really stand out but no songs are bad either so that makes this a solid good album to listen to,however I must warn you if you want your ordinary punkpop - then you should stick with your old Midtown albums instead.
The title speaks for itself - "Forget what you know" about this band?s earlier sound,this is how they sound like now.

Tracklisting 1. Armageddon
2. To Our Savior
3. Give It Up
4. Is It Me? Is It True?
5. God Is Dead
6. Whole New World
7. Empty Like The Ocean
8. Nothing Is Ever What It Seems
9. The Tragedy Of The Human Condition
10. Waiting For The News
11. Until It Kills
12. Hey Baby, Don't You Know That We're All Whores
13. Help Me Sleep
14. Manhattan
15. So Long As We Keep Our Bodies Numb We're Safe


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