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Pretty Girls Make Graves: The New RomanceThe New Romance (2003)
Reviewer Rating: 5
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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For a little while there, Pretty Girls Make Graves really had something going. Just a year after dropping the amazing Good Health, the closest humans have ever come to producing a sequel to Discount’s Crash Diagnostic, the band returned in 2003 with an equally stunning record, The New Romance. But within that year, the band had already evolved beyond the punk/emo sound it rode in on, gravitating more towards indie rock (or at least, the kind of indie rock that would have been called emo in the ’90s). Even the band’s taste in labels reflected the change, as PGMG jumped from Lookout! to Matador.
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