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Chances are Hinder’s anti-hard rock malaise stance and pro-party like it’s 1987 position will find the Oklahoma quintet heirs apparent to the Nickelback throne, especially if they keep the pace set forth by the band’s debut EXTREME BEHAVIOR. Exhibiting anything but on this slickly, arena-rock ready set of anthems for the disenchanted teenager that finds Papa Roach and Three Days Grace records too edgy, this band of merry men, whose love for sex and the art of the party shine through on tracks like the bluesy and brainless “Room 21” and love for balladeering comes through most of the other 10 tracks on the disc, have given the rock world yet another faceless band for frat boys and MTV-influenced kids everywhere to adore. Yippee.
- Mike SOS