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  1. Ink 19 :: The Promise Ring
    For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Promise Ring, all I can do is suggest
    you seek out their 1996 debut, 30degrees Everywhere, and both of its 1997 ...

  2. Ink 19 :: The Promise Ring
    Maybe we saw their recent shows, many of which were near-exclusively devoted
    to the slower, sappier side of The Promise Ring. Or, chances are we enjoyed ...

  3. Ink 19 :: The Promise Ring
    The Promise Ring. Very Emergency. Jade Tree. I thought Nothing Feels Good
    was pretty durn poppy, but this pushes emo-pop even further into bop-bop-bop ...

  4. Ink 19 :: The Promise Ring
    The Promise Ring. Electric Pink EP. Jade Tree. Open the doors, let the breeze
    come through the office as we pack for the road trip. Don't forget the picnic basket

  5. Ink 19 :: The Promise Ring
    Mar 25, 1998 ... May 1998 :: Live :: The Promise Ring (Jason Rockhill)
  6. Ink 19 :: Vermont
    Vermont being comprised of two members of The Promise Ring (singer Davey
    von Bohlen and drummer Dan Didier) and the guitarist for Pele (Chris Roseanau)
    , ...

  7. Ink 19 :: The Jazz June
    With that in mind, They Love... is fairly typical mid-'90s emo, in that this record
    resembles The Promise Ring's Nothing Feels Good crossed with later Cap'n Jazz

  8. Ink 19 :: Midtown
    When we started the band, The Get Up Kids, Promise Ring, Lifetime, Jets To
    Brazil, and Kid Dynamite records had just come out, so we were listening to a lot
    of ...

  9. Ink 19 :: The Jazz June
    Their sound takes the sound of bands like the Promise Ring, Get Up Kids, and
    Cap'n Jazz, but trim the self indulgent bullshit passed off as inventiveness (Cap'n

  10. Ink 19 :: Vermont
    Not for their work under the moniker Vermont, but for the poppy racket they create
    as the Promise Ring. In contrast to the high energy pop typical of the Promise ...



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