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Southern California’s UNWRITTEN LAW has become synonymous with the sounds of summer by releasing some of the most celebrated rock records of recent memory, touring the world to play for sold out crowds, holding the #1 slot on the Billboard Modern Rock charts and becoming a staple of the summer’s biggest festival, Vans Warped Tour. Not only have they become rock idols but also they ... Read more in Amazon's Unwritten Law Store

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  • Audio CD (1 Feb 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lava
  • ASIN: B00074CBKG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 324,570 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Rejection's Cold 4:00£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Fight (Amended Version) 2:46£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Walrus (Uncombined Amended Version For Digital) 3:43£0.79  Buy MP3 

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Unwritten Law ~ Here's To The Mourning

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By JetsG. on 2 Sep 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I decided to investigate further into Unwritten law after hearing F.I.G.H.T on Burnout Revenge and i have to say this is a dam good album- full of catchy but solid riffs and awesome singing from front man Scott Russo- The band are similar to Sum 41 but with a bit more rock essence, so if ur a fan of Sum 41 I reccomend u get buying.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Heavy Guitars + Melodic Notes = Solid Album 1 Feb 2005
By mugentyper - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Unwritten Law's latest release is a very solid album. This album has definately evolved from prior albums. They have decreased the fast paced punk (with the exception of Lost Control, She Says, F.I.G.H.T.) and taken up a bit of a harder rock position. The guitars on most of the tracks are heavier than their older stuff but it really works. And they haven't changed what works best for them, which in my opinion is the amazing melodic vocals. This album is listenable all the way through, there are no tracks that need be skipped, which I think is an improvement over their previous albums. My personal favourites are:

Get Up (amazing guitar riffs)
Because of You (Slower song with catchy vocals)
Save Me (very catchy vocals and beat)
Walrus (good way to end the album)
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
trouble in paradise 20 Feb 2005
By California Sky - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Average. I've been listening to Russo and the boys for solid for three days after getting my mitts on "Here's to the Mourning." It's evident, like on "Elva," that the band has undergone some significant changes since hitting the low-end of 90's mainstream California punk rock. In Elva's footsteps, the band (or possibly Russo) sings of depression, dissatisfaction, and addiction. Walrus' "Everything gets old / everyone is dumb / so i keep changing / everything is gay, everyone is fake

so i can't hang around" has me sadly missing self-titled's careful attention to music, feeling, and ambiguity. "Hide Away" has Russo chanting, "slow dance take a chance with me / take off your pants with me," and the music often feels unexplored and void of depth.

While chalked full of accurate depictions of Russo's sentiments on life, the music is uncomfortably hammered into a poppy, radio-friendly version of angst punk, making the sound and content uncomfortable for lovers of older UL material.

The hooks are there and your foot will tap, but you'll quickly tire of the lyrical content, Russo's new affinity for F-words to fill gaps, his depressive tones and lack of sound variety that even Elva managed to contain. First timers and "Save Me" radio spin-offs would be better off starting with the self-titled CD or Elva.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Only Getting Better With Age... 20 Feb 2005
By A. Estes - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Unwritten Law are quite an anomaly in the current pop-punk music scene. They aren't cute, their songs can be sloppy, and frontman Scott Russo seems to have a fixation on the darker things in life, you know, as opposed to high-school romances. "Here's To The Mourning," the follow-up to 2002's breakthrough "Elva," no doubt comes from a dark place. Russo's angsty lyrics, for the most part on here, revolve around drug abuse and bad relationships, topics that are not new, but are handled very maturely and passionately in the hands of this band. The single "Save Me" sets the tone for the rest of the album, which could be seen as a concept piece. The song is perfectly structured and takes dark material into catchy territory. Elsewhere, the band gets sloppier, but that's o.k. The music on here isn't focused on one genre specifically, and some of the songs move in unexpected ways. Overall, the album doesn't have much of a polish to it. "I Like The Way," one of the signature songs, an ode to drug-use, is a perfect example of how infectious and fine-tuned this band can be, but also why will never quite fit in on mainstream radio. "Because Of You" is the lone ballad, and is complimented nicely by the spiteful "She Says." Other highlights include the straight rockers "Lost Control" and "Celebration Song." The album goes on without a hitch, even if it is a bit awkward and different, and not very refined. Afterall, that's what true rock and roll is about, right? My only complaint is that they just had to bring in Linda Perry (Christina Aguilera, Pink) to produced "Save Me." Now come on. Was this their label trying to get them some bonus popularity points? Unwritten Law have written catchier songs in the past without an outsider, and the rest of the album is a testament to how good they are without a song-doctor. But I guess we'll never know the reasons. Who cares, though, right? It's an amazing album, the first great release of the year. It just cements my respect for Unwritten Law and I highly recommend it to anyone.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
umm, this is GREAT 19 Feb 2005
By H.T.S. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
i don't know what album the people are listening too that gave this 3 stars or less, they have grown so much as a band and they clearly prove it on this album. i let a friend who had never heard them before, listen to this album, and he was surprised at how diverse they can be...this album, just like 'music in high places' shows that these guys can do just about anything...keep up the great work and i can't wait for the tour!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.5 to be fair... 11 Feb 2005
By Dennis W. Alvey - Published on
Format: Audio CD
My buddy Tony from Pulley played drums on this record. and thats about as much good stuff i have to say. What happened to these guys? the self titled record is so great. and elva had some great moments... then... this. The riffs don't really stand out and the keyboard/synth sounds distract and sound too forced rather than help any of the songs. there are some okay songs and the vocals are good but even Linda Perry (who wrote christina aguilerra's "beautiful" and much of her Stripped album among others) couldn't save the unmemorable tunes. i did give repeated listens wondering if perhaps i was just not in the mood for a rock record... then i realized i just wasnt in the mood for this record. do yourself a favor and listen to the soundbites here. thats the best advise i can give. i hoped that this record would bring back the band i dug on the self titled record but found the band that was starting to take over on the last record have finally decided to stay.honestly, i should have asked Tony to get me a free copy... but he still hasn't got me a free copy of the Jealous Sound record he did last year. punk.
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