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    Not much to say right now, need to listen to it more, but I really like it. We Have It All is a great song, it reminds me of The Offspring at their very best.
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    Yeah, thanks.
    Pretty nice & solid from what I've heard of it up to now.
    Good choice to pre-launch 'All or Nothing' and 'Let us hear your voice'
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    Well, the album still suffers from the "Pennywise syndrome" - the pace hardly changes during the course of the album, so there's a bit less diversity than I'd like.

    BUT (and there's a big BUT) what saves it is the quality of the songs. It's nothing new or groundbraking, it's just an album full of songs in the style that Pennywise does best. It's packing with energy, plus the songs manage to be very catchy at the same time. And some of the songs are simply excellent. I can't get "Revolution" out of my head, that track is probably my favorite from this so far.

    So the album is by no means a disappointment, It may even become my favorite release from them. Zoli was the right pick for the singer. The only downside is the lack of diversity (which becomes evident when you compare them with The Offspring for example), but other than this I can't find any faults. Well done Pennywise, well done

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    I guess it's hard to stay the same - same as it's hard to do something that sounds entirely 'new' and 'innovative' and all that at the same time. Personally I think this album is a great melange of the both ... not trying too hard but still sounding a little different.

    Only a tiny little sidenote/a little something I don't like that much: The intros of 'Songs of Sorrow' and 'We have it all' ... other than that well done indeed.

    Really hope they're gonna perform some of these songs in July

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    I listened to it yesterday and very much enjoyed it. Zoli fits right in with the rest of the band and it still feels like Pennywise even without Jim. I'd have to give it a few more listens, though, before I really find a place for it among my favorite and least favorite Pennywise albums (Favorites albums at the moment are Full Circle and Reason to Believe.)

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    Just downloaded it, about to give it a spin.

    Wow, I'm amazed at how much it sounds just like Pennywise. So many bands change completely with a new singer, but Pennywise sounds the same. I like Zoli's voice more than Jim's, though. I like this album. It's a solid punk album. Nothing more, nothing less. Since I don't really listen to punk much anymore, this album probably won't get too much play for me, but probably more than the last few albums have. I loved Full Circle and Straight Ahead, and then I started to get kinda bored with Pennywise. The new singer brings some life and freshness that could keep me interested for a while.
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    First time listening to the full album was a little bit like when I first listened to Let Us Hear Your Voice. It was not good, but got better when you. It is still, a bit bland. Not as well as I had hoped, but a record that I can listen to.
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    the album is pretty generic reason to believe is much better

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    I still haven't found the time to listen to the new album.
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