#1
Hey anyone ever hear of Just Surrender? They been out for a few years now. Their first Major Label Album came out in 05' i think. They got some really catchy rifts. I like the first CD the Best. If you like Power Pop/Punk check them out. Check out the songs,,, "Tell me everything" and "I can barely Breath" let me know what ya think...
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#2
I've never heard them but I'm always willin to listen to new music
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#3
They arent that great but i still like to listen to their first album, if these streets could talk? something like that

the second one was differnt and way worse
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#4
Great band. A little generic, but overall enjoyable.
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They arent that great but i still like to listen to their first album, if these streets could talk? something like that

the second one was differnt and way worse


agreed. I didn't have the full first CD, but Our Work of Art was one of my favorite songs for a while. the 2nd CD sounded like garbage though.
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#6
ya fun to listen to sometimes. but i have to admit there riffs are to easy. they use the same notes, just at different tempos and different strum patterns. But its catchy..
Fender Hightway one Texas Tele
Ibanez sc420 in black pearl
Ibanez sc320 in purple haha
Ibanez RG in black
Fender Squire ha my first guitar

Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier head
Marshall MG100 Halfstack
lots of PA stuff. all Yamaha
#7
guys grew up near me and are great guys, love their music and have been goin to their shows for 6-7 years now. but also agree the second cd wasn't as good as i hoped, the new ep gives me high hopes if they can get there line up together. also nothing beats thier self produced ep i bought off them when i first started listening to them, if anyone wants it hit me up.
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