Jimmy Eat World

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Jimmy Eat World

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Anyone digs them? I actually really like them and their sound for some reason. Some people catagorize them as emo, pop, rock....Whatever you want to call them I like them. Anyone else?
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not my favorite band, but these guys sure can write a catchy song :)
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Indeed. "The Middle" is my song of choice at the moment :)
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I listened a bit to them years ago...but its not something that i would listen to now...i dunno...grew tired of it.
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This band, I like. Fave album of theirs would have to be Bleed American.
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Love them. I can smell freshman year of high school all over here. Ahh, the good ol' days. Haven't listened to them in a while, will do so now.
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Re: Jimmy Eat World

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Not a fan, but my friend was.
She played a record for me, I do not know the name. There were two songs that I enjoyed -- again, the names are lost but they were catchy and upbeat, kind of choppy -- but the rest I think was a little bit tedious and repetitive ... although considering that she was a Slipknot fan, this was almost a refreshing change of pace by comparison!
I would like to find those songs, actually...
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