"Dear Agony" MAG

May 26, 2010
By Irissa Cisternino BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
Irissa Cisternino BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
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Before reading Robert P.’s review of Breaking Benjamin’s “Dear Agony,” the band was unknown to me. I had seen ads for them on iTunes while shopping for other music, but it wasn’t until I read this review that I decided to click on the link. The review was extremely descriptive, telling me everything a potential listener needs to know.

When I listened to the album, I fell in love with the band immediately. I bought the album without a second’s hesitation; the rock ’n roll was literally music to my ears. Robert’s review gave me new music to add to my ­collection, and the open mind to be on the lookout for new bands in addition to my ­favorite ones.

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on Jun. 27 2010 at 11:07 pm
ShakingChandeliers SILVER, N.Highlands, California
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Favorite Quote:
"A thin layer of trust had formed in my mind, like a scab."

"I preferred albums to the more modern eight tracks. Albums came with sleeves which reminded me of clean underwear."
-Augusten Burroughs

they are defintely a band to remember :)


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