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To Sum It Up:
This album is going to save a lot of lives.

I could spend the entirety of this review going on about how flawless John O'Callaghan's vocals are, how each song was written perfectly (lyrics from Forever Halloween will be haunting your Tumblr dashboard for years), how Pat Kirch deserves all the awards in the world and how The Maine have put out the best record of their career and possibly the best record of the past decade - But let's face it, this is The Maine and we expected Forever Halloween to be all of the above.  If you didn't notice, there was no "Hit" or "Miss" listed for this album, as the whole thing is a "Hit".  It definitely didn't disappoint, but I also want to point out the world it creates.  Listening to Forever Halloween takes you to another place entirely. The album has the ability to speak to you like no other album can and it takes you through every emotion you can imagine.  Relating to each and every song isn't a difficult task. The album sends you into a universe all your own and all but forces you to really think. Forever Halloween is an instant classic and will prove to be therapeutic and provide guidance to everyone who listens.  At the end of the day, this album is going to save a lot of lives.

Forever Halloween
The Maine


June 4th, 2013


1. Take What You Can Carry
2. Love & Drugs
3. Run
4. White Walls
5. Happy
6. Birthday In Los Angeles
7. Blood Red
8. Kennedy Curse
9. Sad Songs
10. Fucked Up Kids
11. These Four Words
12. Forever Halloween

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