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Pop Evil 6/28/2011

Review

Based out of the industrial, lakeside town of Muskegon, Michigan’s Pop Evil specialize in the kind of hard-hitting, relatively simplistic, AOR rock that dominates radio stations with names like “The Hammer” and “The Grind.” Cut from the same pair of ripped-up jeans as acts like Hinder, Daughtry, and Nickelback, Pop Evil's sophomore effort, War of Angels, is about as solid a modern, post-grunge record as one could hope for; cuts like opener “Last Man Standing,” the token ballad “Let it Go,” and the vamped-up, Buckcherry-esque sex romp “Boss’s Daughter” sound like they’ve been on modern rock radio since the late '90’s -- but it breaks little new ground. ~ James Christopher Monger
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Last Man Standing Pop Evil 3:20
  3. 2 Epitaph Pop Evil 3:31
  4. 3 Broken & Betrayed Pop Evil 3:35
  5. 4 Monster You Made Pop Evil 3:39
  6. 5 Let It Go Pop Evil 4:8
  7. 6 Boss's Daughter Mick Mars 3:24
  8. 7 Daisy Chain Pop Evil 3:32
  9. 8 Purple Pop Evil 4:3
  10. 9 Black & Blue Pop Evil 3:34
  11. 10 Next Life Pop Evil 3:58

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