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Hoobastank : Crawling In The Dark
They're going to take over the world...!
'Crawling In The Dark' is the kind of feisty rap-rock crunch that might just make these polite young men into the nu-metal Weezer. Gut-wrenching guitars, high angst, lashings of melodrama, it’s all here – just executed in a concise and brilliantly thrilling manner. This music is the reason why Paul has left [a][/a] to join a metal band. They might make you do something similar. Scratch that, they should make you do something similar.
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