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Don't Look Down: FiveFive (2003)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: MeganMegan
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Don’t Look Down’s new EP, “Five,” is a power-pop punk filled fifteen minutes of fun. That’s right, I said it, fun. There’s actually not that much to bash with this band. These songs are well produced, they’re quick, they’re catchy, and they’re just good. The band’s toured with bands such as Mest, New Found Glory, Sugarcult, The Starting Line, Homegrown, Riddlin Kids, and Simple Plan. If you enjoy those bands, odds are you’re going to like this Jersey quartet too. They’ve been around since 1998 and you can hear a bit of an influence from where they started as a band (doing NOFX and MxPx covers).
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