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Alkaline Trio (2005)

Mercy Me
Melodic punk rock on second single from Alkaline Trio's new album 'Cimson'

Alkaline Trio (2007)

Excellent B sides and rarities collection from much acclaimed hardcore rockers the Alkaline Trio

Bled (2005)

My Assassin
Solid, but strangely lost-sounding first single from American hardcore act the Bled's impressive new second album 'Found in the Flood'

Dashboard Confessional (2003)

So Impossible
Remarkable solo debut release by Chris Ender Carrabba, the frontman with emo group Further Seems Forever, that chronicles both "every break up you've had, and every break up you ever will have".

Dashboard Confessional (2007)

The Shade of Poison Trees
Stripped down, but powerful fourth album from Dashboard Confessional, which finds frontman Chris Carebba rejecting the overly polished sound of the recent past, and going back to his acoustic roots making a return to form

Emanuel (2005)

Soundtrack To A Headrush
Cliche-driven rock from new American band which "takes its cue from the MC5 but ...contains nothing even remotely comparable to the Detroit band"

Hold Steady (2006)

Chips Ahoy !
Instantly classic debut UK single from the Minneapolis-formed, now Brooklyn-based Hold Steady, which proves to be a rambunctious hybrid of early Springsteen, the Replacements and Rocket From The Crypt

Hold Steady (2007)

Boys and Girls in America
Sleazy, evocative tales of sex, drugs, booze and rock and roll on third album from much hyped Minneapolis-band the Hold Steady, which will appeal to fans of early Springsteen, Thin Lizzy and the Replacements

Hold Steady (2007)

Chips Ahoy
Catchy vinyl only latest single from the much acclaimed Hold Steady

Reggie And The Full Effect (2005)

Take Me Home Please
Sweet-sounding ballad from the usually hardcore Reggie and the Fulkl Effect, the fictionalized band of multi-instrumentalist and singer James Dewees

Thrice (2007)

The Alchemy Index Vol.1 and 2: Fire & Water
Superb first two discs in four part concept album from Californian band Thrice, which examining the different elements, proves to be their strongest album to date



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