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  • Summary: The Philadelphia pop-punk band return with another album released on Hopeless Records.
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  1. With their third full-length, The Wonder Years have made a record that's as timeless as they come.
  2. 90
    His bandmates give him one hell of a canvas on which to paint, with enormous hooks that pull from vintage Saves The Day and the Starting Line while still sounding fresh and exciting. [Jul 2011,p.112]
  3. Jun 14, 2011
    70
    If you've been looking for someone to merge the huge sound of melodic hardcore with a strong dose of narrative depth, search no further.
  4. Jun 16, 2011
    70
    An impressive third effort indeed, designed to compel you to throw your fist skyward and indulge in a good old sing-song.
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  1. Nov 22, 2014
    10
    Pop punk at its finest. The wonder years always bring a great album every time and they are brilliant live. This album is one of there bestPop punk at its finest. The wonder years always bring a great album every time and they are brilliant live. This album is one of there best because it's a more upbeat pop punk and they never deliver bad albums. Expand
  2. Oct 18, 2013
    9
    I love these guys. SIGYMAANIN is a good peice of work, and although its not my favorite album by them it takes a close second. Every time theyI love these guys. SIGYMAANIN is a good peice of work, and although its not my favorite album by them it takes a close second. Every time they release an album they never stop impressing me. Looking forward to their later work. Expand
  3. Apr 4, 2015
    9
    Although it may not be my number one favorite record by them, it's still one of the greatest pop-punk records ever released, and in myAlthough it may not be my number one favorite record by them, it's still one of the greatest pop-punk records ever released, and in my opinion, of all genres. Saying that there's not a bad moment on the album would be a bit of an exaggeration, because although no songs are awful, there are a few that aren't as stand-out as the rest ("I Won't Say the Lord's Prayer", "I've Given You All"). Besides these though, the album is flawless. The reason I prefer their latest album "The Greatest Generation" to this, is simply because the lyrics are a bit more well-thought-out and the music and melodies fit the mood a bit more. But regardless, this is an album I could play over and over again and never become bored. Can't wait to see what they do next.

    Best Songs: "Came Out Swinging", "Don't Let Me Cave In", "Coffee Eyes", "Hoodie Weather", "Woke Up Older"
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