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ADTRmb1127 09/17/12 12:00 PM

i like it, specially the random smoke machine haha, but good tune

L-dawg 09/17/12 12:02 PM

Love it.

Slovo 09/17/12 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by circletheworld (Post 113102182)
i think they are too old to be complaining about having a 9-5 and being a kid. they have to be approaching 30

I'm 28 and complain about those things constantly.

circletheworld 09/17/12 01:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Slovo (Post 113113902)
I'm 28 and complain about those things constantly.

thats kinda sad... sorry :/

Chris_FirstTime 09/17/12 01:07 PM

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Originally Posted by circletheworld (Post 113114102)
thats kinda sad... sorry :/

I'm 29 and Allister are definitely a few years older than me, a lot of people don't like their jobs after they turn 30 I'm pretty sure

DooDooBird 09/17/12 01:20 PM

lol. I complain about my job all the time.

PerfectChaos337 09/17/12 01:29 PM

Allister is awesome and still rules. Glad they do amazing in Japan, but it would be so cool to see them open a legit pop-punk tour in the states.

weezer17 09/17/12 01:47 PM

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Originally Posted by grimis16 (Post 113101782)
more like 10 years. Brings back high school memories. Now I just need some Homegrown.


This

ben mears 09/17/12 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by DooDooBird (Post 113101922)
pop punk isn't aging well


i think it is more that we, as music listeners, are "growing" up. this is shallow music with even more shallow lyrics.

and as somebody else implied, they are old now; so start writing mature lyrics.

DooDooBird 09/17/12 02:21 PM

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Originally Posted by ben mears (Post 113117902)
i think it is more that we, as music listeners, are "growing" up. this is shallow music with even more shallow lyrics.

and as somebody else implied, they are old now; so start writing mature lyrics.

you're probably right. I just can't get into this stuff anymore. I'd probably be stoked if I was 19 years old though. but I'm not.

TSLataris 09/17/12 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by circletheworld (Post 113114102)
thats kinda sad... sorry :/


I work with people in their 40s and 50s who complain about their job. Don't see what's so sad about it.

Diggin' this song.

DemolitionLover 09/17/12 04:08 PM

Love this and I've hated most pop punk that's come out in the last few years.

circletheworld 09/17/12 05:05 PM

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Originally Posted by TSLataris (Post 113118752)
I work with people in their 40s and 50s who complain about their job. Don't see what's so sad about it.

Diggin' this song.

because Allister is doing it like they are still in high school. grow up

Matt Chylak 09/17/12 05:06 PM

hell yeah! vintage early-2000s drive-thru pop punk. this is how the whole genre should sound.

xjdizzle 09/17/12 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by ben mears (Post 113117902)
i think it is more that we, as music listeners, are "growing" up. this is shallow music with even more shallow lyrics.

and as somebody else implied, they are old now; so start writing mature lyrics.

And like if Lil Wayne or Taylor Swift's lyrics are soo mature ??? And 35 year old listen to that...