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Not great!

I feel the need to mention upfront that I was super excited for this record. I love Saves the Day, and I've enjoyed Say Anything's recent output.

But this record is bad. The songs aren't great and they are made WORSE by the HORRIBLE production on this record. The drums sound like they were recorded in a shoe box. Chris has terrible distortion on his vocals, Max spends the entire record screaming into a megaphone (or at least it sounds that way.) The guitars are fuzzed out to the max. Chris's voice is already tinny, and you can't make him out above the tinny, fuzzy, poor production on this record.

These guys are major recording artists. I think it's embarrassing to release this record as it is. Maybe that's harsh to say, but I find this album unlistenable. I can't ever imagine returning to listen to these songs again.

Very disappointed. Maybe the 3rd record (when/if there is one) will return to the first records roots with great songs and good production.

Two stars ONLY because I know they're capable of more.

Thank you, more please

Can't wait to see/hear this live!

Here comes treble

I love this band and this is a great album. That being said, it sounds like I'm listening to it on cassette with terrible headphones. Lots of treble and too much distortion. How can this album be so good and sound so bad at the same time?

Biography

Formed: 2008

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2008 as a side project for punk-pop practitioners Max Bemis and Coby Linder of Los Angeles-based Say Anything and Chris Conley and David Soloway of New Jersey's Saves the Day, Two Tongues introduced elements from both acts, resulting in a spirited blend of indie rock and emo pop. The group's eponymous, self-produced debut album was recorded at Electric Ladybug Studios in Southern California and released on Vagrant Records in February 2009. With members keeping busy with numerous other bands...
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