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Album Review

The appropriately titled Notes from the Past (2007) revisits Taking Back Sunday's first two albums, including four songs from the band's debut, Tell All Your Friends, and six songs from their sophomore effort, Where You Want to Be, both of which were released on Victory Records. With these two albums, Taking Back Sunday established their claim as one of the more prominent and popular hardcore emo bands, and their mixture of muscular riffs and melodic pop-punk is well represented here. Two B-sides round out the package, making this a nice refresher for longtime fans, and an ideal primer for those who came to TBS late., Rovi

Biography

Formed: November, 1999 in Amityville, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in 1999 in Amityville, New York, Taking Back Sunday modeled their interpretation of melodic hardcore after bands like Lifetime, Endpoint, and Sunny Day Real Estate, as well as guitarist Ed Reyes' emo outfit the Movielife. After the release of a five-song demo and a year's worth of touring (including shows with At the Drive-In and Alkaline Trio), Taking Back Sunday signed to Victory Records and entered New Jersey's Big Blue Meanie Recording Studios alongside producer Sal Villanueva and engineer...
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