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thecompanywekeep2012

Brian Southall (TREOS/TCWK) Discusses Albums That Changed His Life

Our good friends over at Alter The Press sat down with Brian Southall (The Receiving End Of Sirens and The Company We Keep) to discuss the four albums that changed his life. Each album holds it special place in his collection. Check out Southall’s top albums including Pearl Jam’s Ten, NOFX’s Punk In Drublic, Choke’s […]

The Ready Set 2012

Jordan Witzigreuter (The Ready Set) Discusses Albums That Changed His Life

The Ready Set‘s own Jordan Witzigreuter sat down with our friends over at Alter The Press to discuss the albums that changed his life. Jordan talks about the many influences that have shaped his musical career including Copeland, The Lawrence Arms, Saves The Day and Kanye West. Do you enjoy some of his picks? Please […]

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REVIEW: Rascal Flatts – Changed

Artist: Rascal Flatts Album: Changed Genre: Country Label: Big Machine Records I’m not exactly a country music connoisseur, even if my countrymen seem to have a twisted fascination with it (parochial Ireland is even more laughable than you think sometimes). The only artist with which I’m thoroughly familiar is Taylor Swift, but Taylor transcends a […]

The Pretty Reckless 2012

Taylor Momsen Discusses Albums That Changed Her Life

Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless took some time recently and sat down with our friends over at Alter The Press to discuss the albums that changed her life. She discusses the many influences that have shaped her musical career including The Beatles, Sound Garden, Oasis and Garbage. Do you enjoy some of her picks? […]

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Jon Simmons (Balance and Composure) Explains Albums That Changed His Life

Balance And Composure frontman Jon Simmons did an amazing piece on “Albums That Changed My Life,” with our good friends at Alter The Press, and can be seen by heading past the link provided. Balance And Composure are currently on tour supporting La Dispute, All Get Out, and Sainthood Reps so check out a show […]