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Potential Breakup Song was my fav song ever but it never caught on over here so noone ever knew what I was singing or talking about cry1

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okay wow. I've never been so much into insomniatic until this year. I liked a few songs but recently the album has slayed me. I love every single song now and it might be one of my favorite 2007 albums. 

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Aly & AJ cancelled

 

Religion

Along with making music for the mainstream audience, Aly & AJ, who are both very open about their faith, were significant in the Christian music rock scene. "Never Far Behind" was only released on Christian rock radio. It went to No. 1 on Radio & Records (R&R) Christian CHR. The duo does not wish to be labeled as Christian music artists. In an interview with Blender magazine in June 2006, Aly & AJ said that their music comes from a Christian perspective. "We don't ever wanna preach or shove anything down people's throats, but we want our music to be inspiring." AJ added, "If we have a Muslim fan or an atheist fan, that's their thing – I'm gonna love them no matter what."[54]

In an interview with Blender magazine, the two expressed their disbelief in evolution, with the interviewer asking what their thoughts were. When asked if they accepted evolution, AJ responded, "No," and Aly responded, "Are they teaching that in schools now?" When told that it had been taught for the better part of a century, she replied, "I think that's kind of disrespectful, anything that has to do with anybody's beliefs on religion, that should stay out of the classroom. I mean, I think people should be able to pray in school, if people were into that. Everybody should just do their own gig", and AJ added "Evolution is silly. Monkeys? Um, no."[54]

In 2010, Aly Michalka stated in an interview with Seventeen magazine, "My faith is definitely a big part of my life, but not part of my career. It is something that guides me. But I feel like when you make a declaration of your religion, people automatically go after you when that purity ring comes off. So I don't want to set myself up for that kind of judgment."[55]

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4 hours ago, Chris Morlock said:

Aly & AJ cancelled

 

Religion

Along with making music for the mainstream audience, Aly & AJ, who are both very open about their faith, were significant in the Christian music rock scene. "Never Far Behind" was only released on Christian rock radio. It went to No. 1 on Radio & Records (R&R) Christian CHR. The duo does not wish to be labeled as Christian music artists. In an interview with Blender magazine in June 2006, Aly & AJ said that their music comes from a Christian perspective. "We don't ever wanna preach or shove anything down people's throats, but we want our music to be inspiring." AJ added, "If we have a Muslim fan or an atheist fan, that's their thing – I'm gonna love them no matter what."[54]

In an interview with Blender magazine, the two expressed their disbelief in evolution, with the interviewer asking what their thoughts were. When asked if they accepted evolution, AJ responded, "No," and Aly responded, "Are they teaching that in schools now?" When told that it had been taught for the better part of a century, she replied, "I think that's kind of disrespectful, anything that has to do with anybody's beliefs on religion, that should stay out of the classroom. I mean, I think people should be able to pray in school, if people were into that. Everybody should just do their own gig", and AJ added "Evolution is silly. Monkeys? Um, no."[54]

In 2010, Aly Michalka stated in an interview with Seventeen magazine, "My faith is definitely a big part of my life, but not part of my career. It is something that guides me. But I feel like when you make a declaration of your religion, people automatically go after you when that purity ring comes off. So I don't want to set myself up for that kind of judgment."[55]

That's their personal business what they want to believe in. As long as they aren't using their religion to hurt others, I don't see the problem. It's obviously an outdated look on science, but they're not alone. 

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Their EP and new song Good Love is just so good. They are really the only synth pop I listen to.

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well...i'm here listening...Ten Years deluxe....whew...not as good as i remember. will always love Take Me though, i think!

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2 hours ago, pang said:

well...i'm here listening...Ten Years deluxe....whew...not as good as i remember. will always love Take Me though, i think!

The deluxe was unnecessary, but the original version is full of bops alex1

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Their new~ music has been absolutely incredible, even as 78violet, but whew. The synth pop we DESERVED.  It's crazy to think I was listening to them as a kid 15ish years ago and they still are making incredible music.

 

 

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