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Nothing Feels Good

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Is This Thing On?
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Perfect Lines
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Red & Blue Jeans
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Why Did Ever We Meet
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Make Me a Chevy
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How Nothing Feels
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A Broken Tenor
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Raspberry Rush
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Nothing Feels Good
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Pink Chimneys
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B Is for Bethlehem
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Forget Me
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 34:40

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Jonah Bayer

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02.01.11
The Promise Ring, Nothing Feels Good
Label: Jade Tree

Where Cap’n Jazz was a sonic experiment conducted by high school students, Nothing Feels Good saw Davey von Bohlen and Co. crafting a more pop-oriented album that retained the same obstinate personality of his previous act. The result is an album that’s still rough around the edges, but stumbles across truly transcendent moments on songs like the barreling “Is This Thing On?” and the striding “Why Did Ever We Meet.” The band would get… read more »

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Great Record

FatherFearsome

I agree with an earlier reviewer: this is actual emo. It could be a place and time thing, but I will always love this record. Not a bad track to be found.

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This record is what I call emo

Stick-Up-Artist

Emo is such a bullshit term, but there was a time when this and Texas is the Reason and the Get-Up Kids were called emo and not some of that later eyeliner bullshit. I love this record. waaahhhhh!!!

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Quality Record end to end

smoritz

I'll be the first to say Milwaukee and eMo are rarely mentioned in the same sentence so i'm pleasantly suprised some guys from my hometown could pull this sound off...this record is a very listenable, catchy one. Poppier than their other stuff as the AMG review states. Admitteldy they lost me with Wood/Water but this is an excellent band. If you like this, check out Maritime - VonBolen's latest project w/ members of Dismembermant Plan, etc. Video for Why did we Ever Meet is brilliant, so check the YT feed below.

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The sophomore disc from these young ones finds the band moving further into the poppiness that they only hinted at on Thirty Degrees Everywhere. Some things remain the same — beautifully odd lyrics, extremely catchy and powerful music, and the overall feeling of sentimentality and imagination that the Promise Ring’s music always seems to exude. With the momentum and energy of this band, we could see them heading for the indie-rock history books. – Blake Butler