Metro Station's one and only album as of right now was a very fun album. However, I wouldn't go so far as to say it was amazing.
Metro Station felt so generic, just like any other pop band. Even the lyrics didn't seem unique to me! "Seventeen Forever" reminded me of Twilight, and all except for "Shake It", "Wish We Were Older", and "Tell Me What To Do", all felt done before. Actually, unless you're in a mood to dance, the entire album can get slightly annoying.
When I'm in the right mood, I like this album, but since its not one of those albums you can listen to any time, I have to give this album three and a half stars. Its alright, but far from amazing.
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