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Enotron
June 5th 2011



7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

one of the best bands ever


toxin.
June 24th 2011



11807 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Ahh, kudos to Yellowcard. Kind of forced me to listen to the band (and this is their highest ranked album and all).

It sounds really great from the first few songs.

Yotimi
June 24th 2011



6272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

about 3 trillion times better than yellowcard

toxin.
June 24th 2011



11807 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Whatever, if you don't bother to compare them, then you can enjoy double the amount of music.

I love YC, and it seems like I'm going to love Saves the Day, too.

Yotimi
June 24th 2011



6272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

just messing dude. But really this is my favorite pop-punk album by far.

toxin.
June 24th 2011



11807 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I can see why. I'm on track 6, and so far they've all been great. And apparently the best are yet to come. I can't believe I haven't heard of this before, but I was like 8 when this came out, sooo yeah.

Yotimi
June 24th 2011



6272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Yeah, second half (especially the last 2) is perfection

Rev
June 24th 2011



9291 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yotimi, if you had to pick between these guys and BOC, who would it be?

Yotimi
June 24th 2011



6272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

I mean I like them for different reasons but I'd take BoC cuz I pretty much love every song they've done. StD has a couple bad albums.

toxin.
June 24th 2011



11807 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

@Yotimi, you were right. The last two tracks were the best. I think this is sitting at a solid 4.5 for now. May go up after another a few more listens though.

Another thought, in my opinion, you should reevaluate Yellowcard. They may not be as good, but lyrically and musically I think they're both very similar.
Now if only YC could make a ballad like Saves the Day.

drasticaction74
August 21st 2011



1675 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i always cry like a little bitch during This Is Not An Exit

Digging: Audible Silence - Three's Crowd

Yotimi
August 21st 2011



6272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

that's understandable

wabbit
August 21st 2011



6742 Comments


this is not an exit is the best pop-punk song ever.

toxin.
August 21st 2011



11807 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

And sail, belly up to the clouds

Enotron
August 22nd 2011



7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i don't think it is

Enotron
August 22nd 2011



7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

how many of you(besides yotimi, obviously) have heard can't slow down?

drasticaction74
August 22nd 2011



1675 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

can't slow down is good, but it's pretty much Lifetime worship. I'll throw it on now and then. Through Being Cool is when they actually wrote a uniquely kickass pop-punk record. Then they knocked it out of the park with this one. then they shit the bed and the neighbor's bed with In Reverie. then they gave it a good comeback shot with STA, but UTB was another 2 steps backwards. 2003 is when I abandoned hope.

Enotron
August 22nd 2011



7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

the lifetime thing is really exaggerated, the vocals/lyrics are completely different, they both just happen to have a melodic hardcore sound(palm-muted riffs, fast rhythms, melodic bass). the actual songwriting itself on can't slow down is amazing, more dynamics and quirks than people are willing to point out. through being cool is also a classic.

stay what you are really got me into this band and it's still one of the greatest records, but a lot of people just tend to stick with it and not really delve into the other material. in reverie i used to think was their best, still some great songs, but that's probably the biggest turning point in their music, almost feels like a different band.

Enotron
August 22nd 2011



7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

idk there are so many songs on can't slow down that are done so perfectly that i just can't resist it, like the choke, always ten feet tall, hot time in delaware, jodie, three miles down, handsome boy....idk i'd probably end up naming every song. its influences are there, but to me it just takes that sound and transcends it to something so much better.

through being cool is awesome because it retains the heavy and hard-hitting moments but brings in more choruses, more hooks, more grandiosity. stay what you are is kind of like that, but less punk and the songs aren't just as good to me.

idk all this shits subjective, just my take i guess.

drasticaction74
August 22nd 2011



1675 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I still prefer Can't Slow Down to anything past Stay. I always go back to In Reverie to see if I've grow out of my hatred for it, but it's still just musical fluff to me. chris conley singing with a ham sandwich in his nose.



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