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Audio Boxer [Us Import] [Single, EP, Import]

Something Corporate Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (2 Oct 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP, Import
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B00005PJCR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 520,274 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. (Hurricane) The Formal Weather Pattern (Album Version) 3:520.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. If You C Jordan (Album Version) 4:160.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Punk Rock Princess (Album Version) 3:490.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Bad Day (Album Version) 3:380.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Little (Album Version) 4:520.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Walking By (Album Version) 4:300.79  Buy MP3 


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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Something Corporate, a nice start. 5 Oct 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is the EP which showed the music scene what was to come in the near future from Something Corporate. Their music is emotive and thought provoking as well as being harmonous and pleasant to listen to. Their line up is two guitarists who produce some of the fattest guitar sounds I have heard in a band of this genre (kind of pop-rock, but more of the rock). There is a bassist, Clutch (coolest name...), and a drummer, and also a pianist who is also the lead singer. The piano line is a pleasant contrast to the dirty guitars and often there are two backing vocal parts in harmony which altogethor allows for a very complete tone which as soon as the track is played it provokes a kind of "yeah, that sounds cool".
The tracks themselves are good, 'iF U C JORDAN' is a good example of Something Corporate at their best. The lyrics are emotive and make the listener think as well as being clever. The finale to the song is one of the best I have heard.
In total, this is a decent EP of a promising band who have loads more to come. I recommend this album to any Something Corporate fans, anyone who likes pop-rock, as this is a pure example, or anyone just out to get a decent listen form a new band.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars These Nights I Get High Just from Breathing... 24 Oct 2003
By J.B. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
When I bought Something Corporate's Audioboxer EP, I knew absolutely nothing about them. I was in my local record store with exactly seven dollars in my pocket... I wasn't planning on buying anything, until I saw that this CD was only five bucks. Figuring I couldn't go wrong for that price, I decided to buy it. Needless to say, I was very pleasantly surprised.
Something Corporate instantly impressed me with the catchy opening tune "Hurricane." It blended piano, guitar, and melodic vocals perfectly. This quickly became one of my favorite tracks on the six-song EP.
The lead single from the band is track number two: "If You See Jordan." Again, it's catchy and enjoyable. It's a bit whiny... but the perfect anthem for anyone who was picked on as a kid. (I have a story, a bitter anthem/For everyone to hear about this kid who just don't like me/And that's a solid fact/They say he's hunting me, and as you see/I'm all swelled up with fear/Cause I can't get him off my back)
"Punk Rock Princess" is another great track, one of the standouts. It sounds much more raw and unpolished than the others. It's followed by "Bad Day" and "Little," two tracks that I like, but don't love. I never grew attached to these two songs (especially "Little"), though I do listen to them often. Both are admirable efforts, but they don't match up to some of the other songs. Still, both are better than most mainstream efforts.
Which brings me to the greatest song Audioboxer has to offer: "Walking By." It's an incredibly beautiful song that tells a thoughtful story. Present here are some wonderful lyrics, and some absolutely amazing vocal work. Simply beautiful, this song was worth the price of the CD alone.
Something Corporate is a talented band that has a great ability to blend many different sounds into one and make it work. Audioboxer is a wonderful example of how music should be done.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's just that good... 23 Oct 2002
By "orangepixistick88" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I had first heard of Something Corporate before "Audioboxer" even came out. I purchased a Drive-Thru records compilation cd and got my first taste of the band with the songs "Konstantine" (probably the best song...ever. everyone MUST listen to that 9 minute masterpeice) and "iF yoU C Jordan". I wanted more.
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The first Track "Hurricane (The Formal Weather Pattern)" is simply amazing. Wonderful lyrics and the way Andrew uses the piano is genuis. Simply that. Every song on "Audioboxer" is defenately a gem. But the one that stands out the most is "Walking By", emotional and beautiful. One of the best ballads I've heard in a long time. Everything about this song is simply amazing. Andrews unique and powerful voice over the piano and strings. The strings add so much to this song. The lyrics are kinda crypitic, but just adds to the wonderfulness of the song.
All in all, it is worth every penny. It's a must-have if you own "Leaving Through The Window". =) Expect much success from this band...
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Something Corporate Shines. 27 Aug 2004
By lipgloss_and_letdown - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Like so many bands on Drive-Thru Records that come out with amazing EPs, Something Corporate is no different. Their debut EP, Audio Boxer, is a unique, and refreshing experiance. From the first to last song, Audio Boxer displays Something Corporate piano driven rock.

1. '(Hurricane) The Formal Weather Pattern' - They redid this song for the full length, but i feel this sounds better. It starts with just a beautiful acoustic guitar and Andrew's vocals. The chorus is more rocking, and its very catchy. All this before an amazing piano solo. A great opener to the EP.
2. 'If You C Jordan' - The first single, and probably my least favorite on the EP. I do like it, but i feel the lyrics are a bit too inmature. It does have catchy chorus, but after awhile, it does get a bit annoying. Another track which they redid for the full length.
3. 'Punk Rock Princess' - Once again, redone for the full length, and once again, there isnt a difference between the EP and LP versions. Its a very catchy song and fusions Something Corporate's pop-punkness with Andrew's piano skill.
4. 'Bad Days' - Another great song. It's slighty slower paced, but its beautiful. The lyrics are really good as well.
5. 'Little' - The chorus for this song is one of the catchiest on the record, and will be stuck with you. Good lyrics as well.
6. 'Walking By' - This is my favorite track on the record. It's the slowest song on the EP, and the most beautiful. The lyrics are absolutly beautiful. This is the record's gem.

Overall, Something Corporate debut EP shows the world who they are. Unlike their following records, the sound on this is far more rawer. It does show how much Something Corporate has progressed and grown in such a short period.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is Music 27 April 2004
By Tatiana - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Now, I will admit I didn't get "Audioboxer" until much after I bought "Leaving Through the Window" and "North", so I was already a huge fan of Something Corporate. I knew that no matter what their EP sounded like, I would at least tolerate it. Little didn't I know, I didn't tolerate it. I worshipped it. This beautiful 6 track EP was worth every penny of the $7.99 I paid for it. It'd be worth $14.99 if it cost that much.
1. "(Hurricane) The Formal Weather Pattern"- An incredible opener this song is, and even though I'd already heard it on LTTW, the version was different and it was still awesome. Josh's lyrics here are very good. The best part? The whole metaphor is so not cliché. I mean, who hears about hot girls being like weather patterns? Well, at least not from the lips of young adult males. Props to Josh, my man.
2. "iF U C Jordan"- Their main single off this EP would, of course, be my least favorite. It is an awesome song in its own right, though slightly overused now- but it can't compare to any of the other songs on any of SoCo's albums, so it kind of sits there. The cute, immature lyrics and upbeat tempo, however, make for a great "take that" to the bullies of the world.
3. "Punk Rock Princess"- Every single version of this song (and, yes, there are many) is different and good in its own way. This track feels a little different from the rest of the EP (I believe another review called it "raw and unpolished"), and that's a good thing. It's a great song to describe those relationships you're afraid of diving into.
4. "Bad Days"- I guess for most people this is a song that takes some getting used to, although I warmed up to it in a flash. It's a really good song to get your mind off all your worries, though.
5. "Little"- I love this song. It has nice music, nice vocals, nice lyrics, nice everything. The only problem I can see with it is that it's just that: nice. It's a bit generic and can get lost in the crowds. Thankfully, though, this EP only has 6 songs, so it's hard to forget one of them.
6. "Walking By"- Now this song is what the EP was obviously created for. "Walking By" has got to be one of the most beautiful unrequited love ballads ever written (oh, wait- never mind. "Konstantine" kicks its butt so many times over, it's not even funny. Then again, is Konstantine really unrequited or just a goodbye to young love? Hmmm....a thought to ponder while I should actually be doing my Human Geography homework...). And what's even better is that Andrew's love does end up being requited in real life. The lyrics to this song are so personal, and his vocals are so heart wrenching and incredible- you just want to hug the poor guy. Yes, even if you are a guy.
Even if you have never heard of Something Corporate before, or at least never heard their other CDs- go get "Audioboxer". It's not only cheap, but it's a wonderful introduction to this amazing band. And if you're already a fan, this is definitely a great addition to your collection.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars it's not hard to dream 18 May 2004
By Charlotte - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I first heard of them from my friend. She was all compliments about the group, and burned just the song Konstantine for me. Before I had listened to it, however, she tried to explain to me what they were like. Piano Rock? Whoever heard...? I was doubtful when I put the CD in my walkman, but put to shame as I listened. It is really one of the best songs I have ever heard in my life. Nine minutes seems like two.
Naturally, I ran out and bought Audio Boxer and fell in love with that, too. I LOVE the piano solo in Hurricane and the emotion and humor of If U C Jordan. I could relate in Bad Days and heard the talent in Walking By and Little. YOU HAVE TO GET THIS!
Leaving Through the Window was also wonderful. They sort of wandered in North, but Down, Ruthless, and Me and the Moon are awesome tracks.
Here's to piano rock and Something Corporate
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