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  • Summary: This is the second full-length album for the Los Angeles rock band led by brothers Andy and Joey Siara.
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  1. 90
    While the highs last time around ("Slow Burn," "This Ain't A Scene") still feel a bit higher, Twenty Five, even while it grasps at noise and disorder, comes together as a fully formed, mature statement of an album.
  2. Jul 3, 2012
    83
    By effortlessly pairing clamorous aggression and thoughtful introspection, the record strikes a delicate balance not easily accomplished by the average teenage garage outfit.
  3. More than half the songs sound effectively the same. Rocking, absolutely. Tighter, too. Tuneful, in their way.
  4. Their latest is yet another gem that you could spin for a room full of the most down-on-their-luck sad-sacks and get them all high-fiving.
  5. Jul 26, 2012
    70
    Twenty-five for the Rest of Our Lives, their latest, is by far their best to date.
  6. Jul 3, 2012
    68
    It all works in context.
  7. 60
    This melodic yet dynamic punk seems to have been created in the early '80s, a high compliment and one the band is likely to embrace far more than the realization that the disc's title is impossible to fulfill.
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