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Social Code 

A Year at the Movies


Social Code
A Year at the Movies
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Social Code isn’t going to win any awards with their sophomore album A Year At The Movies. It’s an average, melodic, angst-filled record which will appeal to the legions of hoodie-clad kids out there. Think of an emo Puddle of Mudd, or a pop-punk Three Days Grace. Tunes like “Beautiful” (sans Snoop or Pharrell), “Per-fect Grave” or “Whisper to a Scream” will be all over radio and MuchMusic this summer. Social Code aren’t original, but they might reel you in with their catchy emo-pop.
—Trevor Savory

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