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The Used did it again and came back with another unique strong album! Every album they change there sound a bit and I love that about them. My favorite songs are Shine, Moving on, and Together Burning Bright. Love the entire album with the exception I did not like now that your dead.

I'm relieved...

There are way too many artists that change their sound or their style. Regardless of the new beats and rhythms they have, their style remained the same. I Come Alive and Kiss It Goodbye are by far my favorite.

Overall good album, can't quite call it great

I have been an avid fan of The Used since they put out their first album in 2002 and I have followed their musical progression over the last 10 years (it's amazing it's already been that long). I was one of those fans who was into the the self-titled album and "In Love and Death" but didn't really receive "Lies for the Liars" particularly well at first because the sound was beginning to become progressively less raw and started to infuse a more mainstream-friendly sound but eventually I warmed up to it and now I really like a few of the songs off that album. "Artwork" was an album in which Bert in an interview with onesmallseedtv claimed that they wanted to create a new sound called 'Gross-Pop' which ended up sounding like a cross between "In Love and Death" and "Lies for the Liars" and overall turned out to be a pretty good album. This album is very and I mean VERY similar sounding to how "Artwork" was. The songs are set up with the cornerstones that I acknowledge The Used sound to be, which are: imaginative and captivating guitar and instrumentation/orchestration and fantastic heart-on-my-sleeve lyrics that drive home when sang by Bert McCracken. This album from top to bottom is a pretty solid album but I honestly cannot objectively say that it is a perfect 5-star album. "I Come Alive" is one of the better singles for an album that I have heard in a very long time and after hearing it I was really excited to listen to the entire album. "Shine", "Give Me Love", "Moving On", "Getting Over You" and "Kiss It Goodbye" are all fantastic tracks on this album. I'm not so high on the songs "Now That You're Dead" because the whole necrophilia deal is a little bit off the wall, "Hurt No One" because I do like the lyrics it's just the song is a little bit boring and repetitive and "Together Burning Bright" because, same thing, the lyrics are good but the song is a little boring and repetitive as well. I can't give this album a perfect 5-star rating because an album with that rating is one I could listen to for months on end from start to finish and it will never get old. This, in my opinion, is not that caliber but it is definitely solid and has a lot of great tracks on it.


Formed: 2001 in Orem, UT

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The members of the Used had to overcome poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse, not to mention the straitlaced attitudes of their hometown of Orem, Utah, to bring their screamo-tinged brand of post-hardcore to life. But they persevered and earned a contract with Reprise Records, releasing their self-titled debut album in June 2002. Having only played a handful of shows around Orem prior to their record's release, the band -- vocalist Bert McCracken, guitarist Quinn Allman, bassist Jeph Howard,...
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