When I think of The All-American Rejects, a few very specific things come to mind. Mainly I think of middle school, shopping at Hot Topic (hush, we’ve all done it) and watching music videos all day on Fuse. I think of a very specific time in my life; and the reason hearing the band’s name conjures up all these nostalgic images is probably because those things were taking place for me at a time when The All-American Rejects were topping the charts. And rightly so! At the time, the band’s second studio album, Move Along, was all over the radio waves and played nonstop on the music networks. And though, I will admit, I haven’t stayed up to date with the band’s work since that time, I will always regard The All-American Rejects as a type of relic of my late childhood. So, when I was asked to do this review, I was excited about it. And in the end I was delighted to find that, just as I have matured and changed since 2005, so has the band! Kids In The Street is an example of the change that comes with time, and serves to prove that The All-American Rejects will definitely get better and better with age.
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This Week in Horror - May 1, 2017 - The Mist, Hellboy, Michael...
The Mist has an extra gory new trailer, Hellboy is getting an R-rated reboot, and legendary actor Michael Parks passed away.Posted by Bloody-Disgusting on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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