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Transit - Listen & Forgive mp3 album

Transit  - Listen & Forgive mp3 album Performer: Transit
Title: Listen & Forgive
Size MP3: 1296 mb
Size FLAC: 1131 mb
Rating: 4.9

Transit’s third studio album finds the Boston quintet braiding punk-pop with indie rock and emo to create a collection of songs that sounds firmly rooted in the early ‘90s but propelled and inspired by living in the 21st century’s second decade. You Can't Miss It (It's Everywhere) opens sounding like a hypermelodic Superchunk. In the song’s grappling chorus, Boynton’s lovelorn lyrics hint at the fact that Listen & Forgive is a breakup album. The title track follows with similarly catchy moments, as slightly detuned electric guitar arpeggios and an unforgettable chorus awaken a bygone time in college music, when plaid flannel shirts, pegged 501s, and thrashed Chuck Taylors were the uniform of bands that contrasted nearly discordant walls of sound with Velcro-catchy melodies. Listen & Forgive Transit. Listen on Apple Music.

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Rise Records’ new-comers Transit just released their debut album Listen & Forgive on October 4th, and they bring a new meaning to the term pop-punk. I have to admit, I’m not a huge listener to this style, but this record is definitely catchy and could easily calm me down after watching an MMA fight. If anyone listened to them before this release, they would probably be unfamiliar with this new sound. Listen definitely has a softer direction than their previous releases on other labels, which makes it a perfect fit for a study album

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This cd is produced much better than their earlier releases. Fall Out Boys's Patrick Stump is also featured on track four.