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Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods The pop-punk demigods' cliff walk between teenage bedroom angst and been-there-survived-that worldliness remains steadfast, but the peaks on NeighborhoodsRock The pop-punk demigods' cliff walk between teenage bedroom angst and been-there-survived-that worldliness remains steadfast, but the peaks on 2011-09-22
blink-182 | HERE COMES THE 'NEIGHBORHOODS' Blink's first album in nearly a decade feels like a glorified rehash

HERE COMES THE 'NEIGHBORHOODS' Blink's first album in nearly a decade feels like a glorified rehash

B-

Neighborhoods

Genre: Rock; Music Label: DGC

The pop-punk demigods’ cliff walk between teenage bedroom angst and been-there-survived-that worldliness remains steadfast, but the peaks on Neighborhoods — their first disc in eight years — do little more than recall past triumphs. Outside of some latent goth leanings (”This Is Home”) and a gauzy detour (”Ghost on the Dance Floor”), it’s mostly twitch-crunch-whine-repeat. The lyrics focus on moving on, but their music can’t seem to break the tether to yesterday. B-

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