@the_raytownian: I know for a fact that they are not little rich kids and they have worked very hard to get where they are. Whatever you feel about their music is down to you, but they haven't come from a silver spoon environment. Whilst they weren't brought up on a council estate to unemployed parents, their parents are far from rich. So please keep your ill-informed opinions about their personal situation to yourself.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/crazyjonfromdownstairs/m.html?_nkw=my+passion&_sacat=0&_odkw=&_osacat=0&_trksid=p3911.c0.m270.l1313 selling the some My Passion merch, many of their old singles, rare shit and stuff.
Lostprophets talk about the craziest parties they've ever been to, who they'd like to party with if they could choose anyone and about writing music in the studio.
Lol, they're just a band, so what if you don't like them :') If you've got nothing nice to say, don't say anything. So what if people like them? Is it really going to affect your life? I don't think so.
oh my god... my mate told me about this band and the way he explained them made me think that no band could be that bad and scene..... Yet im on here commenting on their Last.fm page in hysterical laughter. Yeah its really not my cuppa and i know people like these guys for some strange reason but LMFAO AT THESE GUYS.
i can understand why people do - personally, every time i've been to a my passion show, i've wanted to slap 50% of the audience for being stupid, silly little girls. but the other 50% of the audience are normal human beings. even the band get a bit irritated with it after the show, but they persevere and meet all the fans they can because they're lovely people.
the dates this year should be pretty fun. new album sounds a lot heavier so far.
They remind me of a mix between The Used and Kill Hannah. I enjoy this kind of music, at times. Other times I like Death Metal, Rap, Goth, Symphonic metal, opera... I mean, why do people need to down listeners of music they don't like? If you don't like them, don't listen. Stop spreading negativity. Music transcends age... immaturity apparently doesn't.
"I listened to the first track and thought, "Great. Another band we just don't need." At the end of the album, I pressed to start it again. Fucking fantastic band." - I was pretty much the same. Heard they were supporting Kill Hannah, listened to a song, hated it. Saw them live and I was absolutely blown away. The more I listen to Corporate Flesh Party, the more I love it. It's surprisingly good, and I usually abhor this kind of music.