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Come On, Come On - Pop Fiction (EP)

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Posted: 05/18/2010 | Comments: 0 | Rate:

Well if I was ever looking for a perfect example of what I hate about the state of music and what kids are calling "emo" now-a-days, it would be Come On, Come On's "Pop Fiction".

Being the brain-child of A Thorn For Every Heart's singer Kelvin Kruz and fellow former ATFEH member Justin Powell, Come On, Come On bring you electronic fused "emo" laced with sing-alongs and enough T-Pain vocal modulations to make you want to vomit out your ears. Every track is so syrupy sweet you can tell these guys are hard up to get laid, because only some teenie-bopper scene chick with absolutely no taste in music would find this garbage listenable.

I don't see the draw to this type of music in anyway shape or form. Maybe this is club music for the underground scene? I don't know. To me, it's just repetitive recycled 80's style new wave beats with horrible over-produced auto-tune whiney vocals spouting off about two things, girls or partying. At one moment during this review I found myself trying to wrap my headphones wire around my throat. Hoping that if I were at least unconscious I would be able to finish listening to this EP.

To quote Billy Madison: "Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."

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