Almost Here - Academy Is Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Hardcore / Artist: Academy Is / Audio CD released 2006-02-06 at Fueled By Ramen / Disc #1 ... more
Newest Review: ... what I would consider to be lengthy, however what it lacks in minutes it more than makes up for in merit. Each track ... more
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Customer Almost Here - Academy Is Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/01/08 (Very useful, 51 readings)
The Academy Is... are a Rock band from Chicago signed to the Fueled By Ramen record label. Originally named 'The Academy', the band changed their name for legal reasons in 2004 to avoid issues with other bands already using the name. Their début album 'Almost Here' was released in 2005 and is predominantly I would say a Pop Punk album. The album consists of ten tracks, each of which I consider to be exceptionally strong and highly infectious. When the album was released, The Academy Is.. were my most played artist each week for several months, and I still continue to listen to this album from the band whenever possible. I find this album strangely fascinating and could .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/07 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Another band that I have always liked for a long time and who have just recently a few weeks ago released their second album, are The Academy Is. I first heard of them just over a year back and listened to the album and really liked it. I then saw them live and thought they were great which made me an even bigger fan. They are on the same record label Fueled By Ramen as Paramore and Fall Out Boy, both bands I have reviewed their albums. The Academy Is have quite a relaxed indie sound, they are not in anyway heavy and the singer has such a soft voice that could never make them a really heavy rock band. The Academy Is hail from Chicago like Fall Out Boy, it ... Read the complete review
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