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Up Front or Impersonal

Taking Back Sunday can sing the same song over and over and I will never cease to feel every single note like they're raw emotions, solid objects, sitting in front of me. I'm getting tired of the critics' reviews - people who obviously don't relate. Anybody who grew up with TBS, floated atop harmonies at such great heights with One-Eighty by Summer, ripped their hearts out and put them on their sleeves with Timberwolves at New Jersey, put the situation at rest with Your Own Disaster '04 or danced along the choruses of Louder Now, can truly appreciate this album. It was a good record for the circumstances and I will always remember this summer by the songs on this album. Thanks Adam, Eddie, Mark, John & Shawn - we'll keep listening. Can't wait for the next album!

Musical Progression Does Not Equal Mainstream

Seriously? All bands change their sound, and progress in the musical direction best suited for them. That's because bands do not write music for their fans, they write for themselves and allow the music to find it's own fans. It's okay to not be a fan of a band's new album, but it doesn't mean they're a "Sell out". I also fail to see how this music is mainstream, considering there's pretty much no chance of it getting played on most radio stations.

That being said, I do really like this album and I know it'll grow on me more in time as their last one did. Great job guys, keep it up!

Rock'n'Roll Taking Back Sunday

Simply put: I miss the Taking Back Sunday who wrote songs that were so good and catchy that the song was just one big hook.

I just don't think TBS pulls off straight rock'n'roll too well. It's not bad, don't get me wrong, but it didn't catch my ear nearly as much as their first 3 records.

But I would still say buy it and give it a chance. After all, I just listened to the whole thing only once. So who knows, maybe after time 6 or 7 I will really really love it--because that has happened plenty of times for me.


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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