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The Spill Canvas: No Really, I'm FineNo Really, I'm Fine (2007)
Warner Music Group
Reviewer Rating: 2.5
Contributed by: GlassPipeMurderGlassPipeMurder
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There are times that occasionally arise when I wish I could assign a release a higher score based on something other than the music therein. The production value on Bullet for My Valentine's latest DVD, for example, easily deserves a 10/10. The cutely inane artwork on Limbeck's self-titled is surely.
There are times that occasionally arise when I wish I could assign a release a higher score based on something other than the music therein. The production value on Bullet for My Valentine's latest DVD, for example, easily deserves a 10/10. The cutely inane artwork on Limbeck's self-titled is surely worth more than the 7/10 I handed the album. And the Spill Canvas‚?¶well, they're just really nice guys. Dragged around the Warped Tour by my girlfriend, she eventually decided she wanted her ticket signed by the Spill Canvas. I suggested it was cheesy and a waste of time, but then again who was I to argue? After all, I had accompanied her to Warped Tour against my better judgment in the first place and I wasn't about to go question the standard practices at such an event. And so while the machismo punk vendors sat in the comfort and shade of their tents, calling people "faggots" and griping about God knows what, the Spill Canvas sat at a table, unprotected from the blistering sun, and must have signed at least 200 autographs in the ten minutes I stood in line. And on the quixotic grounds of placating a significant other, I couldn't have been any happier with that "performance."
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