"Blue Prints For Future Homes" by: Norma Jean

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    Friskey™

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    http://www.myspace.com/normajean

    Sounds really different (more of an Underoath tinge), a lot of people on their space are dogging the hell out of them for it though.
     
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    The Joker

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    i've only heard part of their second album and this new song is really different from any of that. but i like it though. i did like what i listened to off their second album but i like this a lot more. might be getting this album if the rest is like this song.
     
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    Zakrisk

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    I think I like this better than alot of their older work.
     
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    Chris Luke

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    I understand the hate. Norma Jean has slowly become more melodic and have less of that small "southren rock" fell. Added to the fact that there songs became so overproduced.

    And The Chariot are becoming a band about the image slowly. Why can't we go back to 02 when Dolittle and Josh were in the band.
     
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    a life in ashes

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    It's ok,i'm not a huge fan of them,but it's a pretty good song.if the rest of the album is similar,I may check it out.
     
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    Rachel

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    I like the song.

    I like the band.

    Regardless of what they do.

    A band is a band is a band. No matter what band, they're going to try and alter their sound slightly so it doesn't become formulaic. That's nature. That's the business.

    Anyone who thinks a band should stay the mold they've created is just plain ole dumb.
     

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