Daylight Agency, The - Worth The Fight EP
Record Label: None
Release Date: October 17, 2009
The Daylight Agency's second EP, Worth The Fight, is pretty good considering all the members we're under the age of 17 at the time of recording. The EP shows off the pop-punk/"easycore" genre originally made famous by New Found Glory, and more recently Four Year Strong and Set Your Goals.
Worth The Fight features 4 songs (only three of which can be taken seriously) that prove this band could one day be well known in their style of music. "Fun Times At The Water Parks" starts the EP off with a sound that is very familiar to the "easycore" genre. This somewhat generic sound continues into the second track, "That'll Do Donkey, That'll Do", which although there is a lack of creativity, it is my personal favorite of the 4 tracks.
As the listener gets past the half way mark of Worth The Fight, they come across "Crunk 'Til Death" which is as ridiculous as its name. The song starts off with an amount of auto-tune which makes T-Pain feel like he deserves some royalties. As the songs progresses, they band return to the sound that was found in the earlier 2 tracks until approximately 3 minutes into it when the band decides to break out some rapping that seems as though it should be on Punk Goes Crunk 2. The track seems as though it may be poking fun at certain bands incorporate auto-tune and random rap (Forever The Sickest Kids - Hawkbot anyone?). At least I hope that's what they are doing. The band finish off their EP with "Finish Him, Raichu!" which sounds like the rest of Worth The Fight.
After a few times through Worth The Fight, it's obvious that The Daylight Agency have talent and potential. Taking into account their young age, it's expected that their is room for improvement and growth. The band should keep up what they are doing but keep the comedic tracks to a minimal.
This review is a user submitted review from brandon_260. You can see all of brandon_260's submitted reviews here.