- Summary: This Dallas band gained national attention by starring in (and winning) VH1's "Bands On The Run" competition/reality show. This major-label effort is a remixed version of their independently-released debut album, with two additional tracks.
- Record Label: Sony/Epic
- Genre(s): Rock
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Positive: 0 out of 6
Mixed: 6 out of 6
Negative: 0 out of 6
SamSJul 24, 2005I grew up listening to the classics of rock: Zepplin, Floyd, Who, Stones, etc. This album takes me back there with the abundance of ballads I grew up listening to the classics of rock: Zepplin, Floyd, Who, Stones, etc. This album takes me back there with the abundance of ballads that it brings to my playlist. Gotta love me some Flickerstick.… Expand
BruceFeb 6, 2002All those "official" reviews are so off. Remmber, its same people who said Nirvana would never be popular- and we all know they are dubbed All those "official" reviews are so off. Remmber, its same people who said Nirvana would never be popular- and we all know they are dubbed "the new beatles". Flickersick does not have a lack of knowledge for creating new material, but it has the opposite! Their sound is so new and DIFFERENT than all the other crap out there. The only thing that record companies have againts Flickerstick is that they arent on THEIR label. They know that the cliche rap-rock hybrids and teeny bopper stars will end soon. Flickerstick is gonna replace them!… Expand
KevinN.Feb 5, 2002Awesome! Pure rock!
DarcyL.Feb 9, 2002I'm so sick of everyone including stuff from Bands on the Run in their reviews. Hullo! They totally exaggerated their characters cause I'm so sick of everyone including stuff from Bands on the Run in their reviews. Hullo! They totally exaggerated their characters cause they were on TV. They aren't really like that. Let's focus on the music here. Flickerstick is better live, but that doesn't mean their cd sucks. They are able to create memorable songs that stick in your head without sounding like a dinky pop act. They know how to rock out and how to be mellow-to be funny and meaningful. They don't sound like just any band out there, they have a sound purely their own-you can tell just by listening to a bridge in a song of theirs who it is. I wish everyone would put them in context-a good band-not some annoying tv characters.… Expand
MelJan 21, 2002It rocks the most!
TiffanyFeb 5, 2002From start to finish this album is amazing. No need to skip songs here. This album plain rocks!
TomC.Jan 24, 2002These guys suck. So contrived!
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