#2
Allister are pretty dam good, they are up there with Blink 182, Sum 41 and Green Day but they have never gotten majorly popular. Im listeining to Somewhere Down On Fullerton at the moment and it is such an amazing song, I reccomend you get their album Last Stop Suburbia.
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Last edited by Stevie B at Aug 25, 2006,
#3
I dont remember the album name, but I really like the album where there is a dude playing guitar ontop a roof.
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#5
the only song that i've heard is somewhere down on fullerton and its ****in wicked
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Quote by Stevie B
Allister are pretty dam good, they are up there with Blink 182, Sum 41 and Green Day but they have never gotten majorly popular. Im listeining to Somewhere Down On Fullerton at the moment and it is such an amazing song, I reccomend you get their album Last Stop Suburbia.


Well, thats an extreme stretch.


They are a decent pop-punk band.
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#8
i remember having a copy of last stop suburbia. it didnt exactly set me alight (and thats at the age of 16 when pop-punk was floating around everywhere), but i remember enjoying one or two tracks. 'somewhere on fullerton' and 'none of my friends are punks' were fun for a while.