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Jimmy Eat World became a favorite among mainstream emo and pop fans alike with the success of their self-titled album in 2001. Big Wheel Recreation had already championed Jimmy Eat World's honesty and earnestness before the band's big chart break, having released Singles and a split EP with Jebediah in 2000. Longtime followers of Jimmy Eat World will most likely own those two albums individually. For those who don't, this compilation just made it easier. Singles/Jebediah Split captures a very young and ambitious group in the making. The spark and the fire that made later albums such as Clarity and Jimmy Eat World so brilliant are definitely present, but only a work in progress. Mark Trombino's assistance and influence are also there. If anything, the double-disc set allows fans and newcomers to see the evolution of the band. "Ramina," "Christmas Card," and "H Model" are standout tracks that shouldn't be ignored.
Review by MacKenzie Wilson
|3||What Would I Say to You Now||2:36|
|12||The Most Beautiful Things||3:52|
|16||Less Trusted Pain Remover||6:30|
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