All Time Low Album Details

2009-05-30 by ToWhatEnd | 19 Comments
All Time Low's second full length record, Nothing Personal, has been scheduled for a July 7 release date.

Tracklist:

1) Weightless
2) Break Your Little Heart
3) Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)
4) Lost In Stereo
5) Stella
6) Sick Little Games
7) Hello, Brooklyn
8) Walls
9) Too Much
10) Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal
11) A Party Song (The Walk of Shame)
12) Therapy

www.myspace.com/alltimelow

Tagged: All Time Low

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Titan50
May 31st 2009
4588 Comments


Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal


I lol'd

Zip
May 31st 2009
5312 Comments


Lol at track 3 and track 10.

OllieS
May 31st 2009
2175 Comments


This band suck

MattRTS
May 31st 2009
136 Comments


All Time Low have reached an all time low.

Zip
May 31st 2009
5312 Comments


"This band suck"
Dani Filth is gay.



OllieS
May 31st 2009
2175 Comments


So? Grow up dude

Golgoroth
May 31st 2009
1084 Comments


You didn't get all the album details. You forgot the most major one- "this will suck"

Phantom
May 31st 2009
9006 Comments


Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal


Home Alone is awesome, band is not.

luci
May 31st 2009
12505 Comments


hope this isn't just boring pop punk

Zip
May 31st 2009
5312 Comments


Your hopes will be crushed.

TheNewWhack
May 31st 2009
1547 Comments


This band give the Baltimore music scene a bad name.

ToWhatEnd
May 31st 2009
3173 Comments


Who gives the Baltimore music scene a good name? Everyone rips off of these guys. Take this a step further: Who gives the Maryland scene a good name? No seriously, I'm curious. Those weren't intended to be rhetorical questions.

ToWhatEnd
May 31st 2009
3173 Comments


Oh and good look on the mod who reformatted this.

Teddy Picker
May 31st 2009
285 Comments


as much as I hate scene bands, I have never had a problem with these guys. oh, and congrats on the Home Alone reference.

TheNewWhack
May 31st 2009
1547 Comments


Let's see... Dog Fashion Disco, Clutch, Frank Zappa, Jimmie's Chicken Shack and O.A.R. to name a few. Also, Tupac honed his craft at the Baltimore School for the Arts and began his career there.

By the way, have you ever heard of Maryland doom? Three guesses where that style originated.

ToWhatEnd
May 31st 2009
3173 Comments


You've never had a problem with them because they actually write good music inside their genre. They make fart and penis jokes, wear pink underwear and rip off blink-182 like no one's business. And unlike the countless number of other bands doing the same thing, these guys are actually good at it.

I should have looked at your chart before I asked you that question TNW. But honestly DFD sucked when I saw them.

Aaron
May 31st 2009
666 Comments


This band is terrible.

Douglas
June 1st 2009
9297 Comments


I have a soft spot for these guys, though they are still very very average.

BSX
June 2nd 2009
1647 Comments


You're freeeeeeee to do what you want to do



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