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Catch Me If You Can (Amended Album Version)

by Gym Class Heroes

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Catch Me If You Can (Amended Album Version)

by Gym Class Heroes

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Label: Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/Atl
Now that Gym Class Heroes have little left to prove, they don't front-load their third LP with hits; the big single, "Cookie Jar," sits square in the middle of this set of buoyant, rock- and soul-inflected hip-hop, which is as witty and fresh as any of the stuff that caught people's ears in the first place, and endowed with more ambitious production. The guests, which include Cool & Dre, Busta Rhymes, Estelle and, ahem, Daryl Hall, add some appealing luster; the best tunes are "Drnk txt Rmeo," the relaxed gait of "Like Father, Like Son" and the hard, weird groove of "Home."

About This Album

Now that Gym Class Heroes have little left to prove, they don't front-load their third LP with hits; the big single, "Cookie Jar," sits square in the middle of this set of buoyant, rock- and soul-inflected hip-hop, which is as witty and fresh as any of the stuff that caught people's ears in the first place, and endowed with more ambitious production. The guests, which include Cool & Dre, Busta Rhymes, Estelle and, ahem, Daryl Hall, add some appealing luster; the best tunes are "Drnk txt Rmeo," the relaxed gait of "Like Father, Like Son" and the hard, weird groove of "Home."

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About This Album

Now that Gym Class Heroes have little left to prove, they don't front-load their third LP with hits; the big single, "Cookie Jar," sits square in the middle of this set of buoyant, rock- and soul-inflected hip-hop, which is as witty and fresh as any of the stuff that caught people's ears in the first place, and endowed with more ambitious production. The guests, which include Cool & Dre, Busta Rhymes, Estelle and, ahem, Daryl Hall, add some appealing luster; the best tunes are "Drnk txt Rmeo," the relaxed gait of "Like Father, Like Son" and the hard, weird groove of "Home."