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PO: The Wonder Years - Burst & Decay (Acoustic EP)

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Release Date: September 22, 2017

Pre-Order: http://loneliestplaceonearth.com/

Tracklist: 

  1. A Song For Ernest Hemingway
  2. There, There
  3. Coffee Eyes
  4. Cardinals
  5. Don't Let Me Cave In
  6. Dismantling Summer
  7. You In January
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Hope this is more in the spirit of full-band reimagining of the tracks as opposed to strictly by-the-definition "acoustic" stuff. Will determine if I'll buy after hearing some of it.

 

Essentially, if this is the Aaron West sound applied to Wonder Years, I'll be interested. Won't jump on a PO but will scoop up.

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10 hours ago, Buffbloom said:

Wow, guys... Why all the hate?

I think a lot of people just aren't too interested in an acoustic release from these guys. I understand. I'd rather see an EP with full-band versions of songs that are originally acoustic rather than acoustic renditions of originals. 

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14 hours ago, oldmanmcgenty said:

So is the Upsides the new Get Stoked On it?

what do you mean? do people hate on upsides now? serious question... i am so out of touch

 

3 hours ago, MyckelJay said:

I think a lot of people just aren't too interested in an acoustic release from these guys. I understand. I'd rather see an EP with full-band versions of songs that are originally acoustic rather than acoustic renditions of originals. 

agreed... i skip every acoustic version i have. and madeleine, too. one of the weakest songs they've written. "christmas at 22" or bust

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On 7/30/2017 at 6:34 AM, marc32137 said:

I think it was just because there are no Upsides songs on this EP.

got you. honestly hadn't really looked at the track list.

 

did their popularity spike more post-suburbia than post-upsides? feel like it might be true, but i really thought upsides was their watershed moment. not sure what those numbers would look like. suburbia still their weakest album to me.

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