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Driver Side Impact: Double VisionDouble Vision (2010)
Reviewer Rating: 1.5
Contributed by: SloaneDaleySloaneDaley
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Cleveland, Ohio’s Driver Side Impact’s past releases built upon familiar 2000s pop-punk trends while slowly working toward something that they might call their own. A new decade is upon us, and it is as good a time as any to turn over a new leaf. Listening to this album you could say that in a way Driver Side Impact seem to agree. I suggest that they might want to consider changing that fig leaf again, though, because this one smells a little ripe if you ask me. Maybe this is the sign of a desperate band trying to cash in on already stale formula with a Hail Mary EP in the final seconds of the game, but Double Vision seems to lack any of the little vision the band may have had. Instead, they try to hock four piss-poor Fall Out Boy knockoffs. This isn’t even newer more “experimental” Fall Out Boy they are aping either, it is Under the Cork Tree worship.
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