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Self Against City: Telling Secrets to StrangersTelling Secrets to Strangers (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 2
Contributed by: GlassPipeMurderGlassPipeMurder
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In the world of watered down variations on Taking Back Sunday, the margins for success are small. Teary, dramatic vocals dominate the band’s bland, uninteresting music, filled with clichéd girl-oriented themes that often leave much to desire. While other Drive-Thru bands have been able to succeed with either the creativity of Hellogoodbye, the lyrical bite of Socratic, or the comparative aggression of I Am the Avalanche, Self Against City has none of those.
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