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Single Review: “Ain’t It Fun” by Paramore

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If ever there was a single track in Paramore’s latest self-titled studio release that indicates to me that they are now well past their teenage angst-ridden days, then, their fourth single “Ain’t It Fun” is one shining illustration of that.

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Single Review: ‘Still Into You’ by Paramore

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Paramore’s second single from their 2013 self-titled studio album, “Still Into You,” is probably the most pop-driven and bubbly-mood sound that I have heard the band. It still follows the same sonic-template set by the lead single “Now”. One of the first thoughts that entered my mind after listening to “Still Into You” was: “This doesn’t sound like a Paramore track at all if it were not for the brilliant vocals of Hayley Williams.” But that is what seems to be the theme in their latest effort—change.

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Song Review: ‘Now’ by Paramore

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The one time quintet has now dwindled to a trio. But the unwanted downsizing of Paramore has only truly made them a stronger and tighter group.

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Post-V Day show of Paramore rocks Manila

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Slamdancing and screaming with the mammoth crowd, INQUIRER.net’s resident rocker-reporter Karen Boncocan did her best to get closer to the stage and take photos of her favorite rock band since her college days but taller heads prevailed.  She survived Paramore’s Friday night concert in one piece to write and email her story—and this photo—before sunrise Saturday.

After dropping out of the radar, Paramore is back on tour and more excited to play music for its global fans.

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That red hair

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There are a number of things that are strikingly attention grabbing about, or that are immediately identifiable to certain artists, and to which we can quickly connect them.  It can be their stage make-up (for example Gene Simmons of KISS), choice of wardrobe (the black top hat of Slash), and so on.  But in the […]

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