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Review: Motion City Soundtrack – Go

BY THOMAS NASSIFF
Originally published on AbsolutePunk.net, June 4, 2012 (http://absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=2774392)
Release Date: June 12, 2012
Record Label: Epitaph Records
7/10

In its history, Motion City Soundtrack has been nothing but consistent while evolving. From the raw earnest of I Am the Movie to the brilliance of Commit This To Memory to the experimentalism of Even If It Kills Me to, most recently, the pop-punk clinic of My Dinosaur Life, the group has grown as musicians while never penning a disappointing album. Go, Motion City Soundtrack’s return to Epitaph Records, fits right in with that lineage of strong efforts, although it ultimately falls short in comparison to the rest of the band’s catalog.

Read the complete review and stream the entire album, HERE.

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