But let's be fair: When Delay's song "Your Anthem" explains at length the unknowable depths of the teenage mind, then "Open Your Eyes" strongly declares the dangers of stereotyping, you know this is music made by adolescents, for adolescents. Granted, the group's off-key sing-alongs are probably a lot more enjoyable live, and Tied and True might prove to be a valuable souvenir from the gigs. But for those who haven't experienced that magic, the album is an endless series of trite rehashes of Sublime and Green Day. Woo-hoo.
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