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The Phoenix-reared duo Reubens Accomplice sounds a lot like fellow Arizonians Jimmy Eat World. No wonder: JEW frontman Jim Adkins handpicked and produced the duo's second album, The Bull, the Balloon and the Family, for his own Western Tread Recordings label. Still, the emo-core companion troop of Jeff Bufano and Chris Corak has a bit more going for it than its superstar patronage. Wound nicely around lilting guitar chords and radio-ready melodies, The Bull is a modest yet promising album of slight, eager-to-please pop tunes.

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  • Lost Sun
  • Underneath The Golden Grain
  • All Chorus
  • Leave This City
  • This Town
  • It Is What It Is
  • Tonight We Drink
  • In And Out Of Key
  • Act On (Feeling Alone)
  • America You Look Good
  • What You Want Gets You
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