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“can paramore maintain its kick ass stuffs?”

Written on: 01/08/2013

i am a avid fan of this band since their first album.. their musicality was perfect, having talented and nice band members. surely this album brand new eyes will cater all your needs when it comes to head bangin' stuffs. The quality of the music was absolutely masterized. sadly, the departure of farro brothers makes the band to start again its journey. hoping that this band will continue what they have started and still inspired to do such wonderful kind of music. paramore really rocks!… Read Full Review

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“Listening to Paramore's third full-length album Brand...”

Written on: 29/12/2009 by freezepig (7 reviews written)

Listening to Paramore's third full-length album Brand New Eyes was like sitting on a wobbly chair- it was very hard to ease into and it needed a few screws tightened.

After the release of their sophomore album Riot, which triggered their mainstream success, any other pop-punk band that had a girl singer (Hey Monday for example) was just another generic rip-off of Paramore's aesthetic. Now that mainstream success has interfered in the band's career, they seemed to be a little too inclined to… Read Full Review

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