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Saves the Day - Through Being Cool (1999)

In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Drew Fairservice (@DrewGROF) to discuss Saves the Day’s 1999 bridge album for the pop-punk scene, Through Being Cool. Drew might cringe at that term pop-punk given his – and Chris Conley’s – hardcore roots, but tracing from Lifetime to Fall Out Boy through Saves the Day is tidy work. Find out more about Drew’s experience seeing Saves the Day in the hardcore scene, how the band’s slow transition to pop-punk made waves for the bands that followed them, and why Red Jeans 3:16 says “my spleen is dropping from my pants” on this week’s podcast.

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