Tokyo Rose

Album Title: New American Saint
Release Date: October 4, 2005
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Genre: Rock
Hitting the road, playing tiny venues, and working their butts off, New Jersey's Tokyo Rose are one of hundreds of bands fighting to make it in this crazy world of rock'n'roll. There's nothing absolutely spectacular about New American Saint, but there's nothing that says they won't be able to do it either. A little too heavy to be considered pop music, but still perfectly polished, Tokyo Rose will have no trouble winning over fans of Panic! At The Disco, the All-American Rejects, or even Fall Out Boy should they come a-knockin'. The 11-tracks are led by poppy vocals, but underscored by heavy guitars with a ton of distortion to keep it, uh, real. Of course there could be more to Tokyo Rose than what meets the eye. The quartet is named after a Japanese radio host who spread propaganda against the Allied Forces during WWII. Their album is called New American Saint. You do the math. Then get back to me.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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