Saturday, August 4, 2007

Review: Mayday Parade- A Lesson In Romantics

Mayday Parade's full length release, A Lesson In Romantics, is THE release i have been looking forward to for months now. It was most definitely worth the wait. This album will be the soundtrack to your summer, with its catchy vocal contrast between Derek and Jeremy. It’s the story of a hopeless romantic who has his heart broken time and time again, and has to watch every girl he loves walk away from him. From the more mainstream, Black Cat to the heart wrenching Miserable at Best, each song (minus a dried up redo of When I Get Home You're So Dead) posses its own pizzazz that is going to get Mayday Parade the recognition and popularity they deserve. This is the best album I have heard since Boys Like Girls' release last summer, and look at them now, on the Billboard Top 100 in less than a year.

-By Keaton

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