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Editors’ Notes

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.

Customer Reviews

A Serious Step Backwards.

I've been an All Time Low fan from the start, but lets be honest, this new album has absolutely no heart put into it. I'm not saying the songs are bad, they are well produced obviously (over-produced) and they are catchy as all hell, but...thats about it. We've heard most of this before. Heroes and Guts are the best 2 tracks in my opinion and feel like they put some of they're old stylings into them and they feel natural.

This is not the kind of music I want to hear from ATL. They were the underdogs that young aspiring musicians could look up to, but as many others have stated, they want to expand their audience and get some heavy radio play and press.

The Maine changed their sound to a more natural rock, and they alienated a few fans because of that, but they were making the music that they wanted to make, something they could be proud of. Mad respect. I can't see anyone being proud of making a record like this, when they have done so much better in the past.

I still love the guys in the band, they put on a sick show and they love the fans, but they're going to lose a lot for this one. Or maybe they'll gain a couple thousand more of the 14 year old girls. Pretty much a lose-lose.

Not sure.....

Part of me likes this.....but most of me misses their old sound. And more inventive lyrics like from the last three albums. These seem more mainstream and don't get me wrong it's great just not as much as past albums. And there really are some fabulously-written songs just not all of them.

Nice, Nice.

All Time Low has changed a lot over the years. But one thing has stayed the same, the quality of their lyrics. Which, for any REAL fan, is all that is expected! <3 I love these guys from Put Up or Shut Up to SWIR to Nothing Personal and now to the newest edition of awesomeness, Dirty Work!!

Biography

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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