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Title - 'Crazy World' EP (Columbia)
Artist - Boys Like Girls

Coming off sales of 1.17 million albums and 8 million tracks worldwide, BOYS LIKE GIRLS have announced to their fans via their USTREAM that they have just-released their CRAZY WORLD EP this month on Columbia Records via iTunes.

The EP features three full length songs - the first single 'Be Your Everything,' 'Life Of The Party' and 'The First Time' - from the pop-rock band's forthcoming third album CRAZY WORLD, available now.

The band is offering the EP in conjunction with iTunes' "Complete My Album," which allows fans who purchase the EP to get the full length album at a discounted price upon its release.

And so, as noted above, the first song on the EP is 'Be Your Everything,' which as much as it is both a generic title and overly-used musical sentiment, actually seems refreshed here by BLG. A lovely summer track it simply flows along beautifully, and might just even have you singing the sappy chorus come the end.

Up next is 'Life Of The Party,' a track that fairly bounces in from the off and never rids itself of an incredibly infectious, hip dance beat. It really will have you tapping your feet and bopping your head, trust me.

The last song on this 3-track EP CD is 'The First Time,' which isn't as good as the other two, and yet strangely doesn't feel out of place with them either. That said, from the lyrics you could have sworn its original title must have 'Sinking Ships,' from the amount of repetition, but that's down to them!

iTunes EP CD Download Link