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Ridgemont

Ridgemont: Documented FailuresDocumented Failures (2010)
self-released

Reviewer Rating: 4


Contributed by: insidejoke2insidejoke2
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Ridgemont's Documented Failures EP is a breath of fresh air in this dreary age for pop-punk. While other "pop-punk" bands are concerned about how br00tal their breakdowns are, Ridgemont is bringing the passion and energy back to a genre lately lacking in it. While they pull influence from bands l.


Ridgemont's Documented Failures EP is a breath of fresh air in this dreary age for pop-punk.

While other "pop-punk" bands are concerned about how br00tal their breakdowns are, Ridgemont is bringing the passion and energy back to a genre lately lacking in it. While they pull influence from bands like Propaghandi, Latterman and the like, they still manage to stay original. With the big chorus in "Storm Drain" and the blazing speed of the intro of "The Great Escape," Ridgemont is sure to put that smile on your face that you haven't had since your friends' basement got busted for having shows.

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insidejoke2 (November 19, 2010)

nope, not in the band.
as far as i can tell, most people think stuff like Four Year Strong and Title Fight are "pop-punk"
and they are certainly concerned with breakdowns.

insidejoke2 (November 19, 2010)

nope, not in the band.
as far as i can tell, most people think stuff like Four Year Strong and Title Fight are "pop-punk"
and they are certainly concerned with breakdowns.

mattminds (July 15, 2010)

breakdown and pop-punk aren't two things that are well associated. laaaaaaaaame.

hamonrye (July 12, 2010)

is the reviewer in the band?

Jon_J (July 12, 2010)

umm....which pop-punk bands care about "br000tal" breakdowns exactly? i'm confused.

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