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Tokyo Rose Audio CD

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Listen  4. The Tin Man Gets The Heart 4:45£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Treading Water 4:34£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Bottle Marked: Caution 3:38£0.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen  8. A Reason To Come Home Again 3:23£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. I Love You?Too 3:59£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. The Hammer & The Nail 4:03£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Meghan Again 3:32£0.99  Buy MP3 


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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  6 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Hopefully More To Come 2 Jan 2006
By Divine Sin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Tokyo Rose is a hard hitting Punk/emo band from New Jersy that does not skimp on anything that makes music truly fantastic. While most of their lyrics involve what could be called relationship advice, they deliver it in a style that you will find yourself thinking and singing frequently.

Their sound can vary from light but with a harder drum line to hard hitting songs to ballalds that make you stop and listen without even thinking about it. Tracks such as "I Love You....Too..", "A Reason To Come Home" and "Goodbye Almond Eyes" will grab ahold of you until you realize the song is over.

Their first Album "Reinventing A Lost Art" was pheomenal and this sophmore album proves that if there is one band that could make it in today's modern day music scene, Tokyo Rose is it.
4.0 out of 5 stars A step up from "reinventing", buy it 11 May 2006
By RaisedOnSpitalfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
'big ben', do you really think it's fair to give a bad rating based on what you thought or heard the cd was 'going' to be like? Copeland and Sheerwood suck fat b@ll$, just like anberlin and all those other boring bands that tooth and nail sign, so the fact that TR don't sound like them is a big plus in my book. There are plenty of other bad soft-serve indie pop bands out there for which you are qualified to give good/bad ratings to, so stay away from pop-punk! You don't see me reviewing 'anadivine', now do you?
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not That Great 2 April 2006
By Danny - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I bought this CD when Media Play was closing down and had their stuff 70% off, so it didn't cost me very much at all...which was a very good thing. I skip around on the CD on the way home and am a little disappointed. I really wanted to like the CD so I just saved it for another time. I had read that this CD was supposed to sound somewhere in between Copeland, Something Corporate, and Sherwood. That's definitely a lie. Before I reveal my main complaint with this CD, and maybe this band, I'll go over the songs:

Spectacle - (1/5) - Cool intro to the song and the CD, but once the vocals hit, it goes downhill from there. When it gets to the chorus, it reminded me of a Backstreet Boys song. I didn't like this song at all.

New American Saint - (5/5) - When I started picturing the CD negatively because of the first song, this one brought me back up. This is the best track on the album. It's catchy, and it sounds more like an alternative song, but it's really good.

Goodbye Almond Eyes - (2/5) - Lacks any originality. If you're gonna sound like other bands, do it well. This song does what many other bands do, but it is worse than those other bands.

The Tin Man Gets His Heart - (2/5) - Best part of this song is the title. Very creative title that made me expect another like 'New American Saint'. It's fine to start with, but then the vocals screw it up again. He tries way too hard and it makes it sound bad. He was fine when he was singing normally. I was willing to overlook that though since the title still intrigued me. Then their music choice indecisiveness kicked in, and they started getting loud, which ruined the atmosphere.

Treading Water - (4/5) - Sounded like the music to 'New American Saint' in some parts. There were a few awkward moments in the vocals, but still a good song.

Bottle Marked: Caution - (2/5) - Like 'Goodbye Almond Eyes', it sounded like tons of other songs, but not done as well.

The Hard Eight - (2/5) - Decent lyrics. Screws up around 45 seconds into it. It turned into a really annoying song.

A Reason To Come Home Again - (5/5) - I gotta give this one a 5. It sounds like Taking Back Sunday's first CD (which isn't good), but done so much better. One of the harder songs. Kept me listening.

I Love You...Too - (1/5) - Most disappointing song on the album. I thought it would be really good, but the vocals don't work at all, and the guitar plays the exact same chords over and over again. There is no variation.

The Hammer & The Nail - (2/5) - First time they made a successful transition from softer music to louder. Couldn't save the song though. Weak lyrics and vocals.

Meghan Again - (4/5) - Good closing track. It was very interesting, but cool. Unique song for this band. Vocals actually worked well.

My main problems with this band are:
1. The vocals are really lacking. They need some new ones or they need to fit his voice better with the music.
2. Their indecisiveness. It seems as though they can't decide whether to play all out poppy punk more (Amber Pacific, Fall Out Boy) or hardcore punk (Glasseater).

This CD did not meet my expectations, and as a result, will leave my music collection. I do not recommend it. Just download the few good songs on this album.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Sweetness 6 Oct 2005
By Andrew High - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is such a good record, I loved the last and this builds on it wonderfully, the hard songs are a little harder and the soft songs are so so nice, all in all, I guarantee that this album will produce songs that appeal to you no matter what!!

It is beautiful and an incredible growing point for a dynamic and talented band!!
2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Sophomore Album 5 Oct 2005
By Steve-o - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is an incredible album. Every song is different, and every song is good. There is not a song on this album that I dislike. I have tons of cd's and this is one of the better cd's that I own.
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