On Your Side

On Your Side

by A Rocket to the Moon


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/13/2009
Label: Fueled By Ramen
UPC: 0075678959332
catalogNumber: 520200
Rank: 96445

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rocket to the Moon   Primary Artist
Justin Richards   Guitar,Group Member
Johnny Minardi   Handwriting
Loren Brinton   Drums
Nick Santino   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Eric Halvorsen   Bass
Caitlin Harnett   Vocals
Brandon Ivronski   Vocals
Andrew Cook   Drums,Group Member

Technical Credits

Matt Squire   Composer,Producer
Sam Hollander   Composer
Travis Huff   Producer,Engineer
Justin Richards   Art Conception
Dave Katz   Composer
Carolyn Tracey   Package Production
Kristie Borgmann   Art Manager
Rocket to the Moon   Composer,Producer
Nick Santino   Art Conception
Zoe Malay   Composer
Dan Young   Composer,Lyricist

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On Your Side 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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blissful_insanity More than 1 year ago
I love love love love love this CD. The music on it ranges from soft calming music to more pop-ish songs that you can easily dance to, to songs that you just want to share with that special someone, to super emotional songs that just make you want to cry. Listening to their CD is like being on a roller coster of emotions. Its one of those roller costers though that no matter how many times you ride it or how long the line or wait is you just have to keep riding again and again. its just that good!!! A Rocket To The Moon has got to be one of the best bands ever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay-ish CD. So why 2 stars? I felt that this album was too generic. Every single song was a direct statement about a girl. Not that T don't like love songs, but it got really annoying. Also, A Rocket to the Moon evolved into an even more powerpop sound, and I think that there's already too much of that out there. There are a couple songs that I love, but some others just leave me saying to myself, "Why the hell did I buy this again...?" For those of you who miss songs by them like "Fear of Flying," it might not be worthwhile to buy this whole album. For those of you who are really into powerpop, you'll probably like it. Just saying.
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