Autopilot Off [EP] Review

artist: Autopilot Off date: 02/09/2007 category: compact discs
Autopilot Off: Autopilot Off [EP]
Release Date: Apr 23, 2002
Label: Universal
Genres: Punk Revival, Emo
Number Of Tracks: 5
This eponymous EP is a perfect place to notice the shroud of blandness that hangs over the band.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 9
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 9.7
Autopilot Off [EP] Reviewed by: BassPlayer500, on february 09, 2007
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Sound: Autopilot Off's EP album is a great introduction to the band. This CD sounds very original, they sound similar to most other modern punk bands like Greenday and Less Than Jake, but this is still a great CD. The guitars, bass, and drums sound great too. "Exit Signs" has excellent guitar riffs, "Long Way To Fall" has excellent bass, and "Nothing Frequency" has a great drums. // 10

Lyrics: Chris is a great singer, he has the perfect "punk" voice. The lyrics are very typicall punk lyrics. "Long Way To Fall" is a great song, it has really catchy lyrics, it is about trusting yourself and not letting others tell you what to be. "Exit Signs" is about trying to escape from a life that you don't want to live in. "Wide Awake" is about turning to drugs to try to make your life better. Most of the songs on this CD have strong meanings behind them, but "Nothing Frequency" doesn't really have a true meaning. // 9

Overall Impression: If you like punk music, you won't be dissapointed. All five tracks on this CD are great. My favorite songs are "Long Way To Fall" and "Wide Awake". If you listen to bands like Greenday, Yellowcard, Less Than Jake, or Jimmy Eat World and you've never heard of Autopilot Off before than you should buy this CD, and if you like it you should get their "Make A Sound" album. // 10

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