And the Sadness Prevails ()

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Despite touring and label associations with punk and especially emocore artists like Get Up Kids and Saves the Day, No Motiv doesn't quite fit into either constrictive genre. At the time And the Sadness Prevails was released, the punk world was being turned on its ear by the emo movement led by backpack-wearing oh-so-sensitive fans and artists alike, hoping to twist punk's social relevance into so much middle-upper-class catharsis. All the suburban outsiders wanted their music back from the commercial punk masses so badly ...

And the Sadness Prevails 1999, VP Records

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