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The Maine: You Are OK – Episode 51

‘You are OK’ marks the seventh studio album from Arizona pop rock band, The Maine. With ten songs and 45-minutes at length, The Maine attempt to break the mold for their most experimental album yet. Listen as we discuss our favorite and least favorite tracks, we rank The Maine’s entire discography and we explore if their experimentation on ‘You Are Ok’ truly paid off.

Check out our review of ‘Lovely, Little, Lonely’:

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