Against Me! White Crosses
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RyanDonahoe
June 10th 2010


142 Comments


I'm just talking about the way this review reads...

PanasonicYouth
June 10th 2010


7413 Comments


i just merely wanted to highlight this is way better than most old against me!


FALSE

iarescientists
June 10th 2010


5865 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

sigh

iarescientists
June 10th 2010


5865 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

11713 comments



all of them wrong

iarescientists
June 10th 2010


5865 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

cant see anything when you don't own a webcam

kelbot
June 10th 2010


2 Comments


I agree wholeheartedly with the review.

Serious mind meld going on here

Zion
June 10th 2010


812 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Best AM! album. And I was one of those kids who thought Reinventing Axl Rose was overproduced. True story. White Crosses features some of the best songwriting of their career, yeah the songs are catchy and even radio-freindly but don't people get it by now? They don't care. No one seems to pay attention to Tom when he practically spells it out for everyone in his lyrics.

SkankinJake
June 10th 2010


88 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Recommended by Reviewer section made me giggle.

Awesomesauce
June 10th 2010


1086 Comments


Excelent review. And you're right, I fucking hate this album.

Boogeyman
June 11th 2010


22 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Album is great. Better than "New Wave" and every Against Me! album is better than "Reinventing Axl Rose." People musing on the old days of AM! and saying things like "things were real back then..." remind me of the old codgers who say the same of punk music in general.



And, yes, I have been around since "Crime!"... and every song on "Reinventing" can be found in a better form on older recordings. The rest are filler tracks.



That all being said, "Disco Before the Breakdown" is clearly their best recording.

megadeth101
June 11th 2010


865 Comments


zach savage says FUCK THIS

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
June 11th 2010


20459 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

did you get banned again

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nordin
June 13th 2010


6 Comments


i was going to try and not get sucked into this controversy... dammit

i've only heard a few songs off of this, and i can already tell i won't really like it (even though i really liked new wave). for me, the issue isn't whether or not against me! sold out; the music simply isn't exciting or unique anymore (again, based on the few songs i'ved heard). several other bands have "gotten soft" or "sold out," but they still make interesting music (AFI, foxy shazam, big d and the kids table come to mind).
certainly i'd expect their music to evolve and all that, this just doesn't do it for me.

Boogeyman
June 15th 2010


22 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I would say that this music is probably more interesting than Big D or AFI's new music. I haven't heard Foxy Shazam yet, so I can't say. But I just don't care for Big D's new music and AFI still just sounds like every other chart-topping androgynous-singer-fronted band.

KieranV
June 15th 2010


111 Comments


nice avatar boogeyman

melltuga
June 16th 2010


32 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Well ... it's good pop-rock.

Hommer
June 28th 2010


52 Comments


I Was A Teenage Anarchist is their best song since Pints Of Guiness Make You Strong.

nordin
June 29th 2010


6 Comments


i'll concede the AFI point.

punkrockaddicted
July 2nd 2010


36 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I think they should be ashamed, they were such sex-pistols level anarchists back in the Reinventing Axl Rose. Now they moved on mainstream...

Satellite
July 2nd 2010


21452 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^ I bet you're like 15. stfu plz

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