Has Not Aged Well At All
Posted August 02, 2007
By KevinMcNeese_NRT, Staff Reviewer
AA's sophomore release was a completely different ball game from their self-titled debut. The first album was more punk-rock, while Don't Censor Me was more pop/alternative. Although this album has been out for awhile it's still fun to pop in the CD and listen to "Big House" and the title track. Musically, this album is horrible, and you can tell that this band is still in the maturing stage. The album did produced a HUGE hit for the band, "Big House" which was re-recorded by label-mate band Seven Day Jesus. Their music is great, but this album is just plain early 90's.
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