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Jason Tate 03/13/12 11:18 AM

The All-American Rejects New Single on iTunes
The All-American Rejects' new song "Kids in the Street" is now available on iTunes.

Submitted by Turkeylegz

Jason Tate 03/13/12 11:18 AM

BruceWayne 03/13/12 11:32 AM

AAR - make me some more catchy tunes plz

JamesMichael 03/13/12 11:40 AM

For the first 10 seconds I thought I was listening to an Angels and Airwaves song aha

dumpweed41 03/13/12 11:45 AM

All the songs I've heard off this record so far have been growers, but more than any of the others this one just seems boring. Maybe I just need to get more familiar with the lyrics. Someday's Gone is still my favourite thus far though.

blimpcityhero11 03/13/12 11:46 AM

Meh... I Liked "Beekeeper's Daughter" more. Who is this female vocalist that is seemingly doing backing vocals on all their songs now?

Zack Zarrillo 03/13/12 11:46 AM

I know they didn't steal this in any way, but the lyrics "We used to laugh, we used to cry" were the original blink demo lyrics for "Not Now," I believe.

Also funny considering the AVA comment above.

Cody Nelson 03/13/12 11:54 AM

Turned it off about halfway in. Loved every other track released so far, and still have high hopes for the album, but this was a snoozefest.

guitarguy211 03/13/12 12:00 PM

Cant wait to hear this...tempted to start playing it during class.

tmathews 03/13/12 12:09 PM

from the acoustic part to the end i really like, the rest is fine, could've used more guitar work in my opinion, i don't know, just feels like this song had more potential that wasn't reached, the teaser video for the album made this song feel like it'd be so much more, but maybe it'll grow on me, still excited to hear the rest of the album, 2 weeks left, surprised it hasn't leaked to be honest

RockVocalPower 03/13/12 12:14 PM

This album rules. Easily their best.

Turkeylegz 03/13/12 12:14 PM

Its not as catchy as the rest.
But I love the lyrics.

iseejosh 03/13/12 12:31 PM

It seems like AAR and maybe The Killers are the only rock bands that can have mainstream success as of lately that came from the 2003-2007 era.

sammyboy516 03/13/12 12:32 PM


Originally Posted by RockVocalPower (Post 104645342)
This album rules. Easily their best.

You've heard it?

SpyKi 03/13/12 12:43 PM

so excited to hear this album.