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Pretty Girls Make Graves EP

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Their best album Sept. 14 2009
By L. Sorensen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Why am I the first person to review this album? It's their best one. It's their most aggressive and intense album. You can tell immediately from the beginning of the first track. They didn't hold back on this one. I find myself wishing they would've kept that energy on their following albums, awesome though they may be. Unfortunately, this EP is also their shortest release, with only 4 songs.

This band has male and female vocals and they're practically screaming their brains out particularly often on this album.

I'd classify the genre as hard rock\alternative with a classic punk influence. Pretty Girls Make Graves were heavily influenced by The Smiths, and took their band name from a Smiths song.

From what I understand the CD is now out of print. Those of you who still buy CDs should probably buy it now while you still can.
Good, but not what they used to be. Oct. 11 2014
By Tom S. - Published on Amazon.com
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I like this EP, but it pales in comparison to some of the earlier work.