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With their fourth studio album, All Time Low tip the scales of the punk-pop genre much more heavily on the side of pop — and it totally works. “Do You Want Me (Dead?)” opens with a lyrically quirky slice of Cheap Trick-inspired power-pop. The following “I Feel Like Dancin’” is the album’s chart-driven standout and was co-written by Rivers Cuomo whose Velcro-catchy hooks recall Weezer’s own “Beverly Hills.” The emo-laced anthem “Guts” competes for top track status with subtly melancholy melodies that contrast an uplifting chorus and a welcome guest appearance by Maja Ivarsson of the Sounds. Of the four bonus tracks on the Deluxe Version, the exclusive “Bad Enough for You” proves to be one of the catchiest.

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Poppy Ear Candy

Yes, I'm one of those All Time Low fans that loves them no matter what they put out. I have followed their rise to from blink-covering band to promising pop-punk powerhouse. I have and will continue to support them. This release, though, is not their finest. They have so much more potential and can create much more meaningful music than Dirty Work. That's not to say there aren't gems on this record: Guts, Under a Paper Moon, and Heroes are great. But the rest? It's sub-par in my opinion. All Time Low can do better than this radio-pop and lack of originality (come on, there's no need for co-writing!). This may be one of the catchiest albums of 2011, but All Time Low needs to bring back that spark that made them so promising years ago. Bring back the meaning and emotion to your music! I will continue to support ATL, but here's hoping the next release embodies the more earnest, less-radio-craving yet still successful, band All Time Low once was.

Dirty Work Baby!

all time low is one of my favorite bands and I have listened to all of their music since the party scene. now, I know a lot of people didn't like their first single, "I feel like dancin'" because it strayed away from their original punk-pop roots and sounded "not like the ATL we all know." but the thing is is that i'm glad thatr song was different from their previous work. it just goes to show that their music is evolving into something greater and better. those people that say, "man, all time low sold out" or "they USED to be my favorite band" can just let me say PUT UP OR SHUT UP. the fact is music changes and evolves. it needs to. if it didn't then people would complain that their music is the same and stale, or whatever, so all I ask is just give this album a chance, and stop saying things like "old band curse" or something ridiculous like that. ATL for the win. "like" if you agree.

Reinvention Of New Sound Doesn't Cut It.

Let's be honest here, if a good record came out from Lady Gaga with all the poppy percusion and overuse of auto-tune we would all buy it. Now All Time Low is attemping to attract a bigger audience by duplicating popular artists tactics. Even though Alex Gaskarth's voice is incredible, and they had so much potential after their first EP was released, they have stranded far away from their generic but at the same time original sound in hopes to create their own new original and the same time generic sound. It's just not working on Dirty Work. You can say all you want about it, but thisis just a bad attempt at radio airplay and frankly not the same All Time Low we've heard in the past. Even though I hope them the best I just grow concerned for their musical future and credibility.
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No Idea (Regular Release) /My Only One (Deluxe Version)
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Formed: 2003 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2003 in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, All Time Low started out as a high-school cover band before morphing into a melodic emo-pop act. Singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat were All Time Low's co-founders, with bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson rounding out their energetic pop-punk sound and rowdy live show, which often included silly string and beach balls. Honing their skills between homework and other teenage commitments, the guys managed to tour...
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