Thursday, The Dangerous Summer, Taking Back Sunday, Copeland, Andrew McMahon, Lydia, Brand New, Now, Now, Jimmy Eat World
The Dangerous Summer
Golden Record The 1975 S/T Culprit Totem Have Mercy The Earth Pushed Back
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Fight Club, Donnie Darko, Little Miss Sunshine, Mulan
Parks and Rec, Scrubs, The Office, Dexter, The L Word, Community
Perks Of Being A Wallflower, Flowers For Algernon, Catcher In The Rye, No One Belongs Here More Than You
Geoff Rickly, Andrea Gibson, Andrew McMahon, Leslie Knope
Eleanor Grace's Details
Hi there, I'm Eleanor.
I like music, radio, adventures, hugs, going to shows, acting like big city kids when the sun goes down, record hunting, tea, maps, hot sauce, and some other things too. I usually wish I were sleeping or watching Parks and Recreation. I haven't found what I've been looking for yet, but you can count on me to stay forever.
If you're as nostalgic for the early 2000's and late 90's as I am, you should think about tuning in to my radio show The Retrospect every Tuesday at 7pm ET on idobi Radio :)
"The Upsides and Suburbia were great pop punk albums, but The Greatest Generation is something more than that. It’s an anthem for awkward and nervous kids everywhere whose only escape is through the music that resonates with them. It’s a testament to the fact that The Wonder Years are those kids too. It’s a record about being pushed to the point of almost giving up but fighting to find the strength to make it through. Above all else, the album makes one thing clear: if The Wonder Years are the voice of a generation, then this may just be the greatest generation after all."
make sure you get out there and support the wonder years today by buying their new album. and if you need convincing, you can read my review here.