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Puberty 2

Rate It! Avg: 3.5 (21 ratings)
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Happy
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Dan the Dancer
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Once More to See You
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Fireworks
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Your Best American Girl
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I Bet on Losing Dogs
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My Body's Made of Crushed Little Stars
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Thursday Girl
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A Loving Feeling
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Crack Baby
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A Burning Hill
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 31:26

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Great album... and good bass levels! (correction)

YankeeShambles

Okay, I tried to edit my previous review, but there is no "edit" button. Anyhow, my fader settings were all messed up on my stereo and I didn't realize it. So maybe this album's bass sounds way too heavy when the speaker balance is set all the way to the front speakers, which isn't how you should listen to music anyway :-) These are great-sounding MP3s that you should download from eMusic!

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Great album, but...

YankeeShambles

This is a powerful indie rock album that does a great job deconstructing and reconstructing 90s era alternative rock bands. Everything is done in a way where the elements are very familiar but put together in new and exciting ways, really great. Excellent lyrics on top of all that. One problem though - did anyone else notice the audio mix on the eMusic MP3s crushing the bass way past 11? I have a fairly decent Harman/Kardon sound system with subwoofer in my car and the speakers just sounded shredded by this album. I had to turn the bass all the way down and it still rattled my car interiors like crazy. Anyone else get about quadruple the bass you bargained for?