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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus: Don't You Fake ItDon't You Fake It (2006)
Reviewer Rating: 1.5
Contributed by: cbolandcboland
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What is there to say about the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus? They offer us eleven songs of average length, average-sounding pop-rock. Indeed, some P.R. folks may tell us this is “emo.” The guy sings not unlike the singer from Rise Against, and sometimes he or someone else cuts loose with a throat-shredding shout. It’s all very monochromatic. It’s all very safe and predictable. It’s all of what one should anticipate from the current onslaught of new wave pop bands masked under the guise of “emo.” Maybe it was the same well-paid major label and music media suits that adopted “grunge” as a marketing ploy.
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