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bloc
December 4th 2009


55949 Comments


the first album i heard from one of the first bands i ever liked.

Observer, you always have a way to make me shed tears....

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BigTuna
December 4th 2009


5319 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Great review for a great album.

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shortz
December 4th 2009


201 Comments


Awesome review, one of my favourite bands - mainly because of LP (as someone else stated)

Big If isn't too bad as well.

shortone323
December 4th 2009


883 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Paper Walls was a different style compared to this, at least in my mind. It might be a better album quality wise than this one, but I wouldn't mind myself wanting to listen to anything other than Light Up The Sky from it, while this album has Way Away, Ocean Avenue, Breathing and possbily Believe.



Really doesn't matter but i want to get all my yellowcard opinions out I suppose.

ninjuice
December 4th 2009


6760 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I remember loving the first half of this, save for Empty Apartments. They're more of a singles band to me now.

Observer
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2009


6824 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Thanks for the comments guys



Observer, you always have a way to make me shed tears....




Probably tears of laughter I assume? Thanks either way though haha.

Eclectic
December 4th 2009


3302 Comments


We're looking up at the same night sky
And keep pretending the sun will not rise


That line always gets me.

Great review, pos'd

Observer
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2009


6824 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Thanks, I remember loving that song when it first came out.



Did you do any reviews for the newspaper?

Eclectic
December 4th 2009


3302 Comments


Nah, not yet. I have to wait for a major release and then submit it to them, if they like it they'll publish it, otherwise not much I can do

DiceMan
December 4th 2009


7067 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Theres a place off Ocean Avenue where I used to sit and talk with you we were both 16 and it felt so right. Sleepin all day stayin up all NIIIIIIIIIGGGGGGHHHTT.



IFF I COULD FIND YOU NO.... Oh wait. Good review.

kitsch
December 4th 2009


5117 Comments


first paragraph is why i love taking back sunday

listened to this around the same time too

bloc
December 4th 2009


55949 Comments


Probably tears of laughter I assume?

no no, it was tears of nostalgia man. i haven't listened to this in years.

Douchebag
December 4th 2009


3626 Comments


I used to love this back in the day. People may not agree but I feel Lights and Sounds is still the best. I felt paper walls was a step backwards.

ArmorForMusic
December 4th 2009


42 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

One of my favorite albums, from my favorite band. good review.

NovaSilver
December 5th 2009


130 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Probably the best of all the pop-punk albums i enjoyed about 4 or 5 years ago (not exactly ages ago but hey everyone knows you have to hate the music you listened to 4 or 5 years ago)



Disagree that the first half is better though, it may have the catchiest songs but I love View from Heaven, Believe and Back Home more than anything on the first half except perhaps Life of a Salesman which is brilliant.

ninjuice
April 4th 2010


6760 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Recently rediscovered Believe. Such an awesome song.

Nikkolae
April 4th 2010


5429 Comments


i havent listened to this in ages, will do right now, btw ninjuce your avatar is the funniest thing ever

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bunnyxd
October 3rd 2010


68 Comments


Great Here to Good Old Days,

Irving
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011


7502 Comments


HERE I GO!!!! SCREAM MY LUNGS OUT!!! AND TRY TO GET TO YOOOOOOUUU!!

Blaizend
March 15th 2011


676 Comments


way away slays



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