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You know that cute faux-pouting vocal that artists like Maroon 5, John Mayer and Train will bring? It’s a little laid-back, a little uptempo, possibly calculated, but infectious melodically like a hard piece of caramel candy. Pop enough to move the bodies of 40-something soccer moms, but organic sonically enough to get those beatnik indie rockers to close their eyes and sway a bit, too. ABR, AILD, TDWP and most acronym’d metal band fans will hate the sweetness of Unspoken (and more power to ‘em), but it’s hard to knock this radio-friendly rock when it’s done this well.


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